1500 lines involving lots of undocumented transformations and low-level graphics. Codebase was then modified by three different people to do various things it was never intended to. Codebase broke after a month. A month after that, we noticed. A month after *that*, we disabled it. Now it's my job to fix it up.
First step: remove half of it. Does it work now? No. Do I know why? No. But at least now I know what it's *supposed* to do.
I suppose this would strike me as a lot less odd if they'd said "and" instead of "so", but in its current state, it sounds like it's a cause-and-effect thing.
"So, class, what do we do if we see a ghost?" "Throw a flyswatter at it?" "No, that's incorrect. Anyone else?" "Challenge it to a game of Twister?" "No, that's not right either. Anyone?" "Drive it away with a broom?" "Yes! Very good!"