This has got to be the cutest, most amusing, lighthearted impromptu chat ever caught online. There’s just no way this was scripted or planned. Where adults would have discussed business, money, or maybe relationships – these kids just conversed about their teacher and… toast.
Who says online classes are boring?
Second graders were having a Zoom call with their teacher when she lost her connection leaving the kids alone. Now older students would have dropped the call to go do their own thing and even hang out with friends but these second graders are a well behaved bunch.
“Can everyone hear me? … but we’ll try and at least discuss…”
That’s the teacher and she never got to finish her statement.
So how’s your day going?
A little girl asks her classmates what happened to which a very confident boy declares that the teacher “left the meeting.”
The kids look so confused but it seems like they’re beginning to agree that the teacher left. Or that she was kicked off the internet. Someone sneezes while another kid breaks in to song. It really is relaxing when the teacher leaves!
But not quite free yet.
Another young lady addresses her classmates,
“Um, all of you guys, I see that there’s a little record sign at the top of the screen. So the teacher is recording this, she can watch us and see that we’re not behaving.”
And apparently, they know. Or so they claim.
The principal sees them too.
At least that’s what the little girl says. She says it with stern eyes too. Check out that stare. Well one kid does the smart thing. He says he’ll just mute his mic because he doesn’t want to talk. Kid, that’s us adults during meetings. If only.
“If you need anyone in your zoom call, you need the smart one who realizes it’s being recorded 😂. They are so cute.”
Says one viewer.
Well these kids are not about to leave the call. They stay on discussing if they’re being recorded. Gummy bears, anyone?
The little lady goes on to say that if the principal were to see them on video being bad then the principal would see them being… bad. And they would get in trouble with their parents. Huh.
“Yep, we’re toast.”
Answered a little boy.
He meant well.
A moment of silence for the confused kids before someone goes on to explain that toast means they’re in trouble. So one of the girls responds by saying,
“Mmm, I want toast.”
Well, okay. Then another girl answers,
“Guys, she doesn’t have our numbers.”
In reference to the principal.
But what about toast?
Well this thoughtful young man says that whoever said that they were toast should have toast for breakfast the next morning. His classmates are all in agreement. And why not toast with eggs? Lettuce? Even better!
Parkland Elementary School better have toast in the cafeteria when these kids return! This is the one time we adults are actually grateful that the teacher left her students. Not on purpose, sure, but it worked for all of us. They say that being a teacher is one of the toughest but most rewarding jobs in the world. We’d have to agree.
Listen to this hilarious Zoom call in the video below!
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