Sarah got a rainbow loom for Christmas, and she hasn't been able to figure out how to make the more complicated bracelets on it. I told her that it was just a matter of carefully reading the instructions and following along with the diagrams. She said she had done that and still couldn't figure it out. I was hoping not to have to get involved, because I dislike intricate little crafty projects like that, but finally I had to help her. I (over) confidently started following the step-by-step instructions, making my rubber bands look just like the ones in the diagrams. I was all cocky, thinking this was easier than I thought it would be. Sarah kept saying, "Yeah, I got that far too. It gets confusing when you have to start to looping." I scoffed and doubted that. After all, I have a college degree. Surely I can figure out how to make a rubber band bracelet.