A short video of many pupils making fun of the teacher went viral after it was viewed by others who had watched her reaction.
Pranks are a kind of healthy peer competition, and children should be allowed to participate in them despite the fact that some schools have laws that forbid them.
The main difference between modern and classic pranks is that today's youth have the ability to record their antics on film, ensuring that their antics will live on in tangible form long after we've forgotten them.
A class prank on the teacher was planned during the middle of the lesson. Moreover, the entire thing was captured on film.
While the rest of the class paid close attention to the lesson, one of the kids in the video got up from his seat and claimed to be sick so he could go see the teacher.
She approached the instructor but immediately dropped on the floor. The rest of the students promptly fell asleep in their chairs while the teacher tried to find out what had occurred.
The teacher had already left the classroom before we could do anything about it, leaving the pupils sprawled out on the floor while she investigated.
After the teacher left, nobody witnessed what happened, but as soon as the pupils woke up, they began making fun of him.
It's natural for both students and teachers to form bonds and friendships with one another during their school years.
This was a variation on an old prank perpetrated on teachers. By the time the night was done, everyone had laughed at least once.
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