While in school, every one of us came up with innovative excuses to ditch the school, and some of them sounded very legitimate. From perfectly crafted lies to humorously bizarre stories, we have tried it all to get a day off. And just like everyone else, you must have done it too, and of course, you must be proud of your wits.
But this Pakistani kid is way ahead of us, as he figured out the best way to get a leave.
Pakistani singer and humanitarian, Shehzad Roy, shared a video, in which a boy sings his leave application to his teacher. He also sings out loud all the punctuation marks, which makes his video application immensely hilarious.
Take a look at his ‘poetic’ leave application:
Please is ko chutti day dain. pic.twitter.com/tlGKvcW4FX
— Shehzad Roy (@ShehzadRoy) 21 January 2018
Roy put the caption, “Please is ko chhutti day dain” with the video.
Twitteratis too joined him in his plea, and asked the head master to grant him leave. Check out the tweets.
Khuda ka wasta Yar 1 month ki chuti day do is ko…..
— Asif naz (@Asifnaz88) 21 January 2018
One user also pointed out how kids are flogged over the correct usage of punctuations.
An awesome expression of simplicity ( irony is that we forced our kids to cramp each n every bit even punctuations)
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— Rebellious (@Rebellious_25) 22 January 2018
Others were furious to know that same old application format is still been force taught to the kids, and how they are not allowed to make their own sentences.
Even today in private schools students are forced and encouraged to use this method for learning. They are not even allowed to make sentences by themselves or write the essays. What will be the future of Pakistan??? They r just producing Duffers and running a business!
— Bee Em (@BeeEm09) 21 January 2018
Some joined the kid and tweeted in his style.
Leave granted <full-stop>
— Talha Chaudhry (@tnc_89) 21 January 2018
Did you ever make any such genius attempt to get a day’s leave during your school days? Share your stories with us in the comments section.