Somehow, there is more than one hair item on this list. This teacher had to confiscate a student’s weave. Although technically it wasn’t his, to begin with. To be fair, the student sort of confiscated it from his classmates so looks like he got what he deserved.
Could he be contemplating a career as a drag performer? Because those usually use wigs, not taped-on pieces of hair that used to be attached to other people.
Wet Penny for Your Thoughts
We get why a kid, or anyone, for that matter, would have some pennies lying around. But why would they be kept in a sock? And why would the whole thing be wet? And why would you take this whole wet mess to school?
Such a short story and it still brings up so many questions. Hopefully, the school that the student was transferred to was able to get some answers.
When this teacher spotted a student being a little suspicious, they had to investigate. Usually, the student would be trying to hide a phone, a secret note, or perhaps a piece of chewing gum (depending on the teacher's policy). Not this one, though.
The reason for the suspicious behavior was a ball of rice that was meant to be used... as a later snack? A weapon in a future food fight? A present for the kid's crush? You know what, maybe we don't even want to know.
Try the Don't Be an Idiot Challenge
From the people who brought you the Tide pod challenge, there is a new Sherriff in town, and he is just that stupid. For those of you who aren't familiar with the cinnamon challenge, let us explain: it is a viral social media (YouTube, Tik Tok, Instagram, and probably other platforms) trend in which people challenge each other to eat a spoonful of cinnamon.
The reason why we are facepalming at this is that oftentimes, the people participating in the challenge end up choking on their cinnamon, which is precisely why a bottle of cinnamon has no business at school.
DIY Ninja Star
What's with kids and their obsession with ninja stars? This student was so adamant about getting one he literally made it himself using blades and a fidget spinner. (Honestly, though, it's not like he could have just gone to the local Walmart and bought a ninja star.)
However, there is a reason why obtaining a ninja star is next to impossible for a 7th grader, which is exactly why his teacher had to take this piece of ingenuity away.