The first-grade teacher Anna Trupiano shared a hilarious story about one of her deaf students who was stunned when he realizes his classmates can hear him fart.
In the viral Facebook post, Trupiano, a sign language teacher at Kendall Demonstration Elementary School in Florida, taught a student "how farts work."
She wrote: "Today in 1st grade one of my Deaf students farted loudly in class and other students turned to look at them."
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"The following is a snippet of a 15 minute conversation that happened entirely in American Sign Language among the group of Deaf students and I," Trupiano added.
"Kid 1: Why are they looking at me?
Me: Because they heard you fart.
Kid 1: Whhhhat do you mean?!?!
Me: Hearing people can hear farts.
Kid 2: *Totally horrified* Wait, they can hear all farts?!?!
Me: Well no. Not all farts but some of them yes.
Kid 3: How do you know which farts they can hear and which farts they can’t?
Me: Hmmm....you know how sometimes you can feel your butt move when you fart? A lot of those they can hear. But if your butt doesn’t move it’s more likely they didn’t hear it.
Kid 1: TELL THEM TO STOP LISTENING TO MY FARTS! THAT IS NOT NICE!
Me: Hearing kids can’t stop hearing farts, it just happens.
Kid 2: I just will stop farting then.
Me: Everyone farts, it is healthy. You can’t stop.
Kid 3: Wait. Everyone? Even my mom?
Kid 2: My dad?
Kid 1: ......You?
Kids: *Laugh hysterically*
Kid 1: ...So you can hear and smell all the farts?
Me: Some of the farts yes. Not all of them.
Kid 2: Can hearing people see farts?
Kid 3: Yeah. Green smoke comes out of their butt, I saw it on TV.
Me: That doesn’t happen in real life.
Kid 1: What?! Ugh. I don’t understand farts.
......I went to college for 8 years to have these conversations."
Trupiano truly deserves a teacher of the year award for this one.
Another sign language teacher who went viral on social media was Berg from Chipman Jr. High School.
Berg wanted to show her students how powerful social media can be, so she took to Facebook to share a photo as a class project to see how quick it could spread.
The picture above is still circulating on social media. According to Berg, she will keep on using it as a message towards social media safety.