I'm working on a code in Learn, and the hint it it suggested that I use 'each_with_index'. So I do my Googles and come across my least favorite site when it comes to Ruby information, the-site-that-shall-not-be-named, but the one that comes up the most frequently. It wasn't that helpful, but with a little further scrolling I come across this video that made understanding each_with_index so easy! Check it out down below if you got stuck on this simple method comme moi. Check below the video if you want to see my GIF reaction to the new info provided in the video.