In a video game someone made me an offer for an item. He wrote
1 Cred. You cant refuse because it's 1 cred more than what you currently have.
("Cred" being a currency in game)
I, a german, told him that his statement is wrong. His offer of ONE is not more than what i currently own in the video game. He kept arguing that i had to see it as an addition to what i "currently" own. He kept pointing out the "currently" part and insisted that his statement was correct.
At some point i wondered if the sentence implied something different to an english speaker than it does to someone who just translates it.
I read it as "I offer 1 and 1 is more (right now) than your millions." which is not true. He had to assume that i owned millions or at the very least more than zero.
(there is a chance he was trolling but nontheless, i am curious)