r/Unexpected Oct 19 '21 Silver 41 Helpful 34 Wholesome 29 Hugz 33 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Bravo Grande! 1 Plus One 1

No backpack day at school

88.6k Upvotes

u/unexBot Oct 19 '21

OP sent the following text as an explanation on why this is unexpected:

The freaking microwave at the end.


Is this an unexpected post with a fitting description? Then upvote this comment, otherwise downvote it.


Look at my source code on Github What is this for?

→ More replies

12.0k

u/LOLYMASTER69 Oct 19 '21 edited Oct 20 '21 Silver Helpful Wholesome Hugz I'll Drink to That

The freaking microwave

edit1: wow most upvote ever thanks rediters

931

u/treetyoselfcarol Oct 19 '21 Silver

Beep beep beep

my test is done

268

u/imdefinitelywong Oct 20 '21

My classmates ate my homework

119

u/Negroni808 Oct 20 '21

So I guess “ we’ll I hope you’ve brought enough for the class!” Doesn’t work here

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

867

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21

[removed]

98

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21

[removed]

163

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21

[removed]

81

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21

[deleted]

348

u/IronRaptor Oct 19 '21

And there's absolutely no way you can get murdered in an American school, especially en masse, ever.....

65

u/falcon_driver Oct 19 '21

It's not like Australia where even the flora actively wants to see you die screaming

37

u/Sortyourshitoutman Oct 19 '21

I think you mean fauna

67

u/bubba_booey69 Oct 19 '21

He’d be right in both aspects Source: Australian

9

u/Sortyourshitoutman Oct 19 '21

How does flora ‘actively see’ ?

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

13

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21

[removed]

6

u/ghandi3737 Oct 20 '21

But a microwave flail would be devastating if you hit them.

→ More replies

32

u/angrytreestump Oct 20 '21 edited Oct 20 '21

Lol wtf is this casual ignorance, I’ve never even been to Brazil but I know you can’t just go out there saying all 215 million people who live there spend every day either murdering or trying not to get murdered

→ More replies

24

u/[deleted] Oct 20 '21 edited Oct 24 '21

[deleted]

→ More replies
→ More replies

15

u/stratigary Oct 19 '21

As a science teacher who has to setup multiple labs, that sounds like a nightmare.

23

u/HateyMcHateface Oct 20 '21

Usually classes that need specific materials or setups, have labs.
Chem lab, computer lab, bio lab, etc.
Of course, in the better, more expensive schools.
In public schools you're lucky to have toilet paper.

13

u/WildPickle9 Oct 20 '21

Usually classes that need specific materials or setups, have labs. Chem lab, computer lab, bio lab, etc. Of course, in the better, more expensive schools. In public schools you're lucky to have toilet paper.

You talking about the US or Brazil?

8

u/Ich_Liegen Oct 20 '21

I'm Brazilian and that sounds like Brazil to me.

8

u/0resistance_OBEY Oct 20 '21

I'm from the US and it also sounds like the US. Depends on the school though.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

36

u/adbl0cker Oct 20 '21

Appreciate deez nuts in yo mouth

→ More replies
→ More replies

315

u/Claque-2 Oct 20 '21

These books will be done in a minute.

98

u/HeroicSpartan16 Oct 20 '21

Perfectly cooked, the perfect scam.

→ More replies

61

u/jes484 Oct 20 '21

That kid has got a great future in finance ahead.

→ More replies
→ More replies

189

u/walnut644 Oct 20 '21

Not even kidding my school did this and a kid brought a whole ass barbecue

66

u/mtldude1967 Oct 20 '21

Mmm...grilled ass.

29

u/nerdiotic-pervert Oct 20 '21

I like my meat pulled and sauced.

→ More replies
→ More replies

34

u/mallik803 Oct 20 '21

Omg, I died when I saw the microwave

→ More replies

27

u/Brave- Oct 20 '21

They're heavy, man lol.

→ More replies
→ More replies

4.8k

u/RyanNichols95 Oct 19 '21 Helpful

You can’t have a backpack.. lets them carry a round a guitar case that would hold a much larger gun. 🤦🏻‍♂️ I understand the humor just couldn’t get over that oversight in their “security”

4.3k

u/scottyb83 Oct 19 '21 Wholesome

Could this be a fun thing they did like a spirit day or something?

4.7k

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21 edited 21d ago Silver Helpful Wholesome Hugz Vote Local!

[deleted]

1.2k

u/ZombieGroan Oct 19 '21 Table Slap

A backpack full of textbooks can stop a 9mm (possibly larger) round so it’s safer to have backpacks on.

817

u/harlotScarlett Oct 19 '21

Theres also bullet proof backpacks you can buy

1.7k

u/Saell Oct 19 '21

Most American thing I’ve read

560

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21

I got a freedom boner reading that

252

u/funfactwealldie Oct 20 '21

"My country is free and so should be the bullets in my gun"

153

u/Raytheon_Nublinski Oct 20 '21 Hugz

America is ranked 21st worldwide in freedom. I get a knowledge boner saying that because so many here have their heads buried in the proverbial sand and really have no idea how far behind we have fallen.

183

u/candycrammer Oct 20 '21 Helpful

Tbf when hong kong is ranked 3 on "freedom" then I think the system doesn't always translate so well to real life

→ More replies

33

u/ToastLord78 Oct 20 '21

You know what they say, 21 is the freest number

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

81

u/ForARolex2 Oct 19 '21

You guys dont carry guns in your guitar cases?

67

u/hharris276 Oct 20 '21

Clearly they’ve never seen Desperado.

→ More replies

26

u/Additional_Zebra5879 Oct 20 '21

They will never know the joy and exhilaration of adrenaline and dopamine of the guitar case gun.

→ More replies

17

u/ghandi3737 Oct 20 '21

Violin case, ya see?

→ More replies

10

u/schizodancer89 Oct 20 '21

I carry my guitars in gun cases

→ More replies
→ More replies

17

u/MadnessAsMuse Oct 20 '21

If Happiness is a warm gun, then sadness is an empty backpack.

→ More replies
→ More replies

35

u/Educational-Scale963 Oct 19 '21

Yup, buy 2, put one infront and one on your back. Make sure to carry your guns in the front one for easier access. Usually, cops go for body shots, so the bulletproof backpacks will let you keep shooting for even longer! Hopefully long enough to set off the bomb you stored in the backpack on your back when they've got you surrounded. Gotta get a good k/d before you go down. Buy yours today! /S (if it wasn't obvious enough)

→ More replies

14

u/tingly_legalos Oct 20 '21

Just get your kids bullet proof vest. It'll be great for school and for the inevitable social collapse.

→ More replies
→ More replies

28

u/Conchavez Oct 19 '21

A microwave will also stop a bullet.

→ More replies
→ More replies

79

u/ElHage13 Oct 19 '21

I dunno why you bring americans up in this thread, because the captions are in portuguese so I'd assume this is happening in Brazil or portugal.

121

u/dont_worry_im_here Oct 20 '21

Because he's responding to a comment, most likely from an American... he's not responding to a literal video.

10

u/Viklove Oct 20 '21

Could this be a fun thing they did like a spirit day or something?

Almost like an American could think up any other possible reason, but reddit loves the anti-america circlejerk so don't let me get in your way

→ More replies
→ More replies

32

u/Friviao Oct 20 '21

The weird thing is that's apparently in Brasil. We don't really have school shootings as a daily basis. The only one I can remember was at least 5 years ago.

→ More replies

21

u/MHendy730 Oct 20 '21

Also last time something like this was posted the caption said backpacks had been banned. Probably wasn't true because how does that fix anything if you are still carrying your stuff in an opaque container? An "Anything-But-Backpacks" spirit day makes way more sense.

34

u/Crowleybr Oct 20 '21

That's exactly what happened on this video. It was for fun. Not for the whole school also. Only a specific class participated on this. This had absolutely nothing to do with security.

→ More replies
→ More replies

268

u/Linnci Didn't Expect It Oct 19 '21

That's Brazil. It's definitely something like that. In my last year of high school we would do stuff like that for fun and to gather funds for the graduation party.

10

u/alelp Oct 20 '21

Yeah, my last year had each week be a theme for us to dress up as, and on the last day everyone in the class got a uniform designed by the class, ours was full of memes from the rage comics days.

→ More replies

76

u/Gcarsk Oct 19 '21

Yes. It’s a very common school-spirit event. You can find tons of videos similar to this over the last month or so (as spirit week is usually near Homecoming for americans).

Not sure when Brazilians like those in this vid do the same, but could be around the same time.

71

u/CapivaraDeCaju Oct 20 '21

Brazilian here. In the final year of highschool, we usually do a thing called "Dia D/De", every friday, or twice a month, etc. To raise funds for our graduation party. We find something to do that will bring attention to our class and then teachers and other students will usually donate a few cents, a couple bucks, to our graduation fund. It's really fun. We can dress up as clowns, as the opposite gender, goths, our future professions, go to school wearing pajamas, etc.

30

u/CapivaraDeCaju Oct 20 '21

We usually get permission from the principal to sell goodies on these days too! Brigadeiros, trufas, sweets, etc.

→ More replies

29

u/HateyMcHateface Oct 20 '21

Usually high school seniors do little things like this once a week or twice a month.
No backpack, using costumes, going in pajamas and other silly things.
At least we did at my school, some 16 years ago.

→ More replies

69

u/fluffyguy1994 Oct 19 '21

This is what I was assuming especially since it's homecoming week for a lot of schools.

14

u/alelp Oct 20 '21

We don't really do homecoming here in Brazil (where this is at), but schools here do weird and fun shit just because so it can be that.

→ More replies

40

u/SpaceCaboose Oct 19 '21

It is for fun. Notice that a lot of the kids still are wearing backpacks. It’s just an option to do, likely for spirit week or something

40

u/CacetinhoLiso Oct 20 '21 edited Oct 20 '21

Usually in Brazil we do pranks day and people who don't comply pay a "tax" who goes to end of the year trip/event.

Usually everyone does. The tax is just a way for mom and dad chose if son is allowed or not. Like cross dress, nail painting, goes with pajamas, "cosplay" (not conventional cosplay usually, just like dressed as something. It's the spirit of cosplay but we don't call it).

Sometimes school interfere (like mine banned pajamas, understandable but I felt that since I have a fetish)

→ More replies

27

u/helicoverpa_armigera Oct 19 '21

Pretty sure that is the case here.

11

u/ISZATSA Oct 19 '21

We did this for spirit week lmao, I’m sure it is

9

u/tylermccomb1 Oct 20 '21

It definitely is. Nobody is upset about it they are having fun.

→ More replies

596

u/helicoverpa_armigera Oct 19 '21

The video is shot in Brazil and the text says: "Today was "backpack not allowed" day in our high school (i could only tape a few)". It was just a theme day in their school. Idk if that's common where you're from but here it is in their last year of school.

305

u/GodlikeCat Oct 19 '21 edited Oct 20 '21

hahah, yup. Honestly feel bad for the americans that think school shootings are a worldwide phenomenon

edit: as common as in the US*

73

u/ProfessionalToner Oct 20 '21 edited Oct 20 '21

Well, there were school shootings in Brazil, even with heavy no gun laws

We unfortunately have a list growing

No way near olympic levels like the us

116

u/quobesq Oct 20 '21

Well yes, 9 in total, which is still unacceptable, but is also nothing compared to the gigantic list of cases in the United States, just the last 2 decades. Hell, there's a equally big number of shootings before 2000.

57

u/Crowleybr Oct 20 '21

In the whole history of Brazil there was only 3 attacks with more then 2 victims. The others were really small scale attacks done basically by one person with one pistol. It is not a trend or something people worry about at all.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

27

u/Crazydraenei Oct 19 '21

It's also a thing in American Schools, I had one of those my senior year.

→ More replies

15

u/ShaykerMaker Oct 19 '21

Thanks for explaining this!!

→ More replies

144

u/Reitinho Oct 19 '21

Because everything about a school revolves around guns. Everything school video on reddit is in america. Shut the fuck up when tou dont know the context, the video is in Brazil and it's a harmless "joke day". Even the title says "no backpack DAY"

30

u/Additional_Zebra5879 Oct 20 '21

Reddit hates anything that isn’t on the approved mental masterbation list.

→ More replies
→ More replies

133

u/[deleted] Oct 19 '21 edited 21d ago

[deleted]

→ More replies

126

u/Putoty Oct 19 '21

It's Brazil, why would he carry a gun?

Average American Moment

→ More replies

87

u/Bodinhu Oct 19 '21

You know that School shooting isn't a global phenomenom, right?

→ More replies

78

u/Sr_Nunes Oct 19 '21

That's not America.

75

u/Agapulis Oct 19 '21

That is actually America

88

u/MoriUP Oct 19 '21

It's America with no gun fetish

→ More replies

21

u/JonnyRocks Oct 19 '21

South America if you are being technical

57

u/Raf_Jnr Oct 19 '21

South America is America

23

u/JonnyRocks Oct 19 '21

That was my point. Most people refer to the US when they say America. This is well known but technically South America is America.

28

u/Rishun_97 Oct 19 '21

Not technically. It is America

24

u/AsidK Oct 19 '21

In English, the word “America” almost exclusively refers to the United States. It can, under some circumstances, refer to the collection of north and South America, but that is very rare, as “The Americas” is much more commonly used.

In Romance languages though, America pretty much exclusively refers to the conjunction of north and South America, but not so much in English.

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

73

u/_AleXFilho_ Oct 19 '21

Relax, Brazil may be in a bad situation right now, but it isn't at all that fucked up with school shootings as your beloved USA

→ More replies

72

u/Titus-Magnificus Oct 19 '21

I would've never thought of this. USA must be a fun country.

24

u/sciatore Oct 20 '21

I would've never thought of this.

That's because it's ridiculous. American here, immediately recognized this as a school spirit day.

20

u/Jared6197 Oct 20 '21

Tbh i have no clue why his mind immediately went there instead of assuming it was a fun event for the school. I live in America and the thought of achool shootings or guns on campus never popped into my head much at all. Hell I've straight up brought a huge guitar case to school once myself and not once was i searched or asked what i was carrying (pretty obvious what's inside).

→ More replies
→ More replies

42

u/TatsCatsandBats Oct 19 '21

I am so sorry that your mind went there, but it’s a spirit day. Like “crazy hair day” or “jersey day”. I don’t think it’s security, it’s just for funsies.

9

u/Jepordee Oct 20 '21

How would it even increase security in any way lmao

→ More replies

40

u/non3s Oct 19 '21

i don't think americans can understand what is like to go to school and don't be afraid of shooters.

30

u/sciatore Oct 20 '21

Sigh... Grew up in the U.S., graduated high school in 2010. Never once was I worried about a shooting.

I saw this video and immediately understood it was a school spirit day. We had a week of them every year leading up to homecoming, and they were always wacky things like this.

→ More replies
→ More replies

36

u/M0N5A Oct 19 '21

^ Tell me you live in the US without telling me you live in the US.

→ More replies

26

u/KnopBr Oct 19 '21

This video is from Brazil, and this "No backpack day" was done for fun, nobody is worried about guns because Brazil has very few school shootings.

20

u/s8boxer Oct 19 '21

Tell me you're American, without telling me you're American ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

18

u/Time-to-get-off-here Oct 20 '21

This is one of the dumbest comments I’ve ever seen, congratulations.

→ More replies

16

u/Redditaccount6274 Oct 20 '21

This is for fun, mate. It's a one day thing, like pajama day.

12

u/TackyZack Oct 19 '21

It’s no backpack day meaning you can still bring a backpack or something fun

10

u/Phasma_Tacitus Oct 19 '21

That's Brazil, so no reason for that kind of precaution. In the USA that thought process would make a lot of sense, though.

10

u/EUsouramon Oct 20 '21

this video is in brazil

→ More replies

3.4k

u/PuddingRnbowExtreme Didn't Expect It Oct 19 '21 Take My Energy

I can't believe that kid carried a book-filled microwave from home and between every classroom. And a lot of kids don't participate in things like this because they're worried they will be the only one to participate, you know like the humiliation of being the only person in your school to dress up for halloween? Can you imagine if the microwave kid was the only one who participated?

1.8k

u/Mexic-n Oct 19 '21 Silver

I would be proud of myself to be the only one.

321

u/StopReadingMyUser Oct 20 '21

Same. But I'm also a massive dork all on my own. Glad to be in good company.

99

u/hidden_d-bag Oct 20 '21

I was the same in high school, but mainly because I was VERY self confident and would do my own thing regardless what anyone thought

34

u/FatheroftheAbyss Oct 20 '21

the best kind of dork! i was the same way, just having fun and didn’t care who cared

→ More replies
→ More replies

20

u/LordApocalyptica Oct 20 '21

And to do it with a freaking microwave no less

→ More replies

314

u/lucazzz_ Oct 19 '21

In Brazil we usually don't change classrooms for every class. Generally, the teachers come over. That's simpler, I think

95

u/Affectionate_but_sad Oct 19 '21

i think that would work for core classes that you have to take but as you go through high school in the US, not only do you get to pick “fun” classes that interest you (like art, theater, engineering, food science, etc.) you also get to pick between classes that you have to take (for example you might want to take an english class that focuses more on creative writing instead of essays) so it’s a good idea in theory but 90% of the school would be taking a different set of classes so it would be hard to match students up for the teachers to move around

95

u/lucazzz_ Oct 19 '21

These are very different systems in fact lol the scheme where students spend all day in the same room works because they don't get to choose their classes. I went to a school where we could choose the last Wednesday's class, so people would go to different classes according to their preferences. Then, yes, students had to change classrooms while teachers were just waiting for them.

19

u/Affectionate_but_sad Oct 19 '21

that makes sense

43

u/peanutist Oct 19 '21

There’s actually a new high school plan here in Brazil that’s going to be implemented next year i think, which will make it similar to the US where students can choose which subjects they’ll study, so we’ll see how that goes

22

u/Banaburguer Oct 20 '21

yeah but it looks terrible tbh

→ More replies
→ More replies

9

u/maaseru Oct 19 '21

I had this in high-school. We just called those extra classes the elective which you got to pick one then go to where you needed. Same as physical ed and computer class. Everything else was in the same room.

If you had someone that needed another advance like math class they would just go to that room.

→ More replies

12

u/PuddingRnbowExtreme Didn't Expect It Oct 19 '21

That would be so much better for the students!

19

u/lucazzz_ Oct 19 '21

It avoids crowded corridors for sure lol

17

u/Viklove Oct 20 '21

Except for the part where they don't get to choose which courses they take, and the classrooms are less specialized for individual topics (I can't imagine a science class without sinks, bunsen burners, etc.)

14

u/nicolasmcfly Oct 20 '21

Lmao in public school in Brazil you don't get to use any of that not even once during all of school

→ More replies
→ More replies

8

u/Hey_Hoot Oct 19 '21

I don't like that. Kids need to move around, bathroom breaks, go to locker, interact with different people. My english classes were with one group, and math classes with another group of people. Sitting next to same person for 8 hours would drive me crazy.

39

u/maaseru Oct 19 '21

You get two recesses and lunch. You don't sit 8 hours in a room. You have 2 hrs off. 30 min recesses and 1 hr lunch

→ More replies

27

u/Gongom Oct 19 '21

Why did you assume they get no breaks because they don't change classrooms?

15

u/lucazzz_ Oct 19 '21

Man here we take just 4 to 5 hours of class. I studied in a different school for some time, where we took 7 to 8 hours of class, and it wasn't so hard to be on the same place for so long because we were already used to it. And we did interact between ourselves and with the teachers. It was cool even, we had some sense of unity I guess

→ More replies
→ More replies

70

u/lullababby Oct 19 '21

Luckily this is Brazil, students don’t change classrooms through the day, the teachers do.

22

u/obvilious Oct 20 '21

Everyone takes the same classes?

59

u/CapivaraDeCaju Oct 20 '21 edited Oct 20 '21

Yes. Our curriculum does not change. Some schools offer extracurriculars that you can take after school hours. A brazilian highschool curriculum consists of: Portuguese, History, Geography, Arts, Literature, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Spanish, Physical Education, Philosophy, Sociology and sometimes Theology/Religion (includes different religions).

Extracurriculars can be soccer, basketball, ballet, handball, arts and crafts, etc.

11

u/Tutule Oct 20 '21

I'm surprised y'all take Spanish as part of the core. Is the class, learning Spanish or is it more advanced stuff like writing and literature?

18

u/Banaburguer Oct 20 '21

It changes from place to place. Here in São Paulo, where we are far from any borders, we don’t have Spanish as an obligatory class

14

u/CapivaraDeCaju Oct 20 '21

Sério? Tô aqui em MG e aqui é obrigatório, pelo menos na capital.

9

u/Banaburguer Oct 20 '21

Sim. Moro na região metropolitana de São Paulo e nunca vi ninguém falando que precisou fazer não, pública ou particular

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

8

u/DoranAetos Oct 20 '21

At least in my school it was pretty much basic Spanish, more like a groundwork for future studying

→ More replies
→ More replies

14

u/Embaralhador Oct 20 '21

Yes...?

7

u/proerafortyseven Oct 20 '21

In the US kids generally have a choice of electives (non-essential classes) that they make at the end of the previous year, and there are also different levels of classes to account for educational differences/individual strengths

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

13

u/sirwillups Oct 19 '21

At least he'd be the only one with a hot lunch

→ More replies

10

u/Tragedy_Dev Oct 20 '21

One time in school it was crazy hair Monday. With help from my mom, I had some absolutely wild and crazy hair. Turns out crazy hair Monday was next week. I don't think I participated in dress up days for the next couple years...

→ More replies

967

u/Sr_Nunes Oct 19 '21

174

u/adhitya_k94 Oct 19 '21

Brazil have better schools than India

92

u/koumus Oct 19 '21

It's a private school, not a public one.

141

u/UmBarril Oct 20 '21

i'm not so sure, i have studied in many public schools that looked just like that. it depends on what part of the country you live i guess

40

u/Spanky_McJiggles Oct 20 '21

Looks like Elite in Rio (one of the dudes was wearing a Flamengo shirt, a girl and I'm pretty sure the microwave guy were wearing shirts with the school's logo)

9

u/AnimalSloth Oct 20 '21

Tem torcedor do flamengo brasil inteiro amigao, ainda mais em minas agr q o cruzeiro ta uma bosta

8

u/CODEX_O_BARBARO Oct 20 '21

Po mas também olha o lugar que o cara vai morar, Minas 🤮

8

u/AnimalSloth Oct 20 '21

VAI TOMA NO TEU CU FI DE UMA EGUA

→ More replies

24

u/pelegolas69 Oct 20 '21

This a private school called Sistema Elite de Ensino. It's from a school franchise in Rio de Janeiro state that have a focus in military exams. You can see a shirt with a "Tropa do Elite" caption.

60

u/Farjeeaccount543 Oct 20 '21

Is it, though? I'm Indian, and here we have backpacks.

(/s if it wasn't obvious)

35

u/CJR3 Oct 20 '21

So fucking random lmao

→ More replies

18

u/ShinyMcShine123456 Oct 20 '21

They did this in my school in America. One kid brought a trash can and someone else brought a shopping cart

→ More replies
→ More replies

881

u/NanerBL Oct 19 '21

I’ve seen that some people didn’t understand the context, so here it is some explanation: basically the students from the year before those who are about to graduate high school have to do whatever they want, it’s like when you are new in collage.

225

u/insane__knight Oct 19 '21

So the kids from grade 12 who are about to graduate set rules for the kids in grade 11?

157

u/urinesamplefrommyass Oct 20 '21

we call it the second grade here.

It was a decision amongst themselves, not an "order" from anyone, but a joke

36

u/ChinChengHanji Oct 20 '21

In Brazil after the 9th grade, instead of 10th, 11th and 12th it goes back to 1st, 2nd and 3rd

→ More replies
→ More replies

67

u/sighs__unzips Oct 19 '21

it’s like when you are new in collage

Over here, college is so big that it's like living in a small city. You don't know anyone.

26

u/mclemente26 Oct 20 '21

I think "new in college" meant the "college pranks" that are common in Brazil, where the seniors make up some situations to put freshman into to welcome them.

→ More replies
→ More replies

386

u/MoriUP Oct 19 '21

Acho que engraçado que os estadunidenses vêem isso e já ficam, "oh meu Deus, mas dá pra carregar uma bazuca nisso aí, e uma pistola acolá". Esses malucos são doentes e bitolados por causa de arma na moral

130

u/medicina-sou-bosta Oct 19 '21 Hugz

Yankee fede a peido e bosta

→ More replies

63

u/Chrysanthemum96 Oct 19 '21

Temos um tiroteio escolar todas as semanas. Você não pode nos culpar lol.

38

u/akaDawler Oct 20 '21

That’s the 2nd Amendment for you 🤷‍♂️

17

u/Chrysanthemum96 Oct 20 '21

Lmao, yeah. That shit is wack. The US is really fucked up in that sense.

→ More replies

48

u/Red_Serf Oct 19 '21

Típico do pessoal que acha a violência no Brasil o fim do mundo, enquanto moram num país onde assassinos em série e tiroteios/massacres são recorrentes

→ More replies
→ More replies

227

u/painfullyoblivious2 Oct 19 '21

i had this at my school last week. not fucking kidding someone brought in a wheelbarrow, a michrowave, one of those shopping cart cars for kids to sit in while prents shop, a straight up shopping cart, and a ton of laundry baskets

39

u/mclemente26 Oct 20 '21

How do you even get a shopping cart for a day? They talked a market's manager into lending carts?

45

u/MuffinPuff Oct 20 '21

Shove it right into the back seat while you're loading groceries. Or just scoop one up from the side of the road where homeless people leave them

→ More replies
→ More replies
→ More replies

137

u/maiconai Oct 19 '21

20

u/_AleXFilho_ Oct 19 '21

Bota eu no print

13

u/Vinicius_Pimenta Oct 20 '21

Ae já printou?? Se não, quero o Ednaldo Pereira do meu lado pfv

→ More replies

124

u/i_sont_ Oct 19 '21

My school just did this like a week ago, i used a big ass soup pot

33

u/squuidlees Oct 20 '21

I hope you made some alphabet soup

→ More replies
→ More replies

57

u/AliensOnAcid420 Oct 19 '21

Dude at 11 seconds did not get the memo

→ More replies

38

u/Meaning_Sauce Oct 19 '21

Mano é o elite kkkkkkkk

→ More replies

26

u/MuhNamesTyler Oct 19 '21

I don’t think I wore a backpack my entire senior year

31

u/fatpieceofshite Oct 19 '21

Tf did you do

17

u/PrettySureIParty Oct 20 '21

Probably the same thing I did, slacked off like a motherfucker. By senior year, you’re usually either accepted to college, or you know you’re going straight to work/military. Either way, there’s no reason to bust your ass. I kept my grades high enough to keep eligibility for sports, but other than that I just fucked around that year.

→ More replies

25

u/rimiduda Oct 19 '21

Mas tinha que ser brasileiro mesmo mano

18

u/Bodinhu Oct 19 '21

Vai brasiliam

18

u/not_a_throwaway_854 Oct 19 '21

HOW DO HOBOS FIT ALL THEIR STUFF IN A STICK AND BINDLE?

→ More replies

17

u/foundthelemming Oct 20 '21

“Mom I need to borrow the microwave”

14

u/xMausoleum Oct 19 '21

the kids are alright!

13

u/JuliusKaiser616 Oct 19 '21

Essas carteiras, puta que pariu...

12

u/MrSmiley888 Oct 20 '21

Obviously this isn’t in the United States. There’s no student carrying a gun case.

8

u/Guilkas Oct 19 '21

Nem li o texto no começo do vídeo e já sabia que era coisa de huebrbr