When will your dad come home with the milk.
you live approximately 357567093 minutes from the nearest grocery store and your dad sleeps for 12 hours a day. He makes 11 1 hour long stops each day and he makes 1 30 minute stop. he drives at 0.05 miles per hour. He also finds that he is 10 cents short for the milk. He has infinite gas and an infinite lifespan. He must work 950000 days to get the ten cents and he will not return during that time. When does your father return with the milk.
I know this is a troll question, but here you go :)
I am guessing a lot of stuff since you didn't put them in (work distance, etc.) Also, the answer will be a rough estimate in years.
35, 757, 093 minutes to get to the store-----> roughly 697.01 years
Since your father is slow in the head, it will take him about 5 minutes to realize he doesn't have enough money to buy the milk. Going to
work, guessing about 30 miles from the store in the opposite direction of your house, it takes him, with the given 0.05 mph, about 600 hours or 0.07 years, to get to his work.
That is if, and only if, a cop does not pull over your father for the 200th time for diving immensely slow. It would be a usual sentence of fewer than 30 days. However, your father has been there a lot and the judge has had enough of your father being a public nuisance. This makes the judge sentence your father to jail time for 50 years. Worst-case scenario, your father is sentenced to a lifetime jail residence so make that infinite years.
However, let's not think that way. He gets to work and has to work for the listed 950, 000 days (roughly 2666.67 years). Getting back to the store will take another 0.07 years, buying the milk will take about 50 more years with the state your father's mind is in. Finally, it will take another 697.01 years to get home.
Totaled up, this is an approximate 4160.83 years for your father to come back home with the milk. Unfortunately, the milk is spoiled by the time he gets home, unless it's the special "Never Go Bad Milk" brand, which is probably not the case since your father probably read the label wrong and got the "Goes Bad in 3 Seconds Milk" brand instead. Thus repeating the never-ending cycle.