- An unnamed kid has gone viral after giving a very funny verbal answer during his mathematics lesson
- When asked how much Jayden would have with $1, one quarter and two pennies, he blurted out laughing "Jay broke!"
- The boy's clip has been seen millions of times on Twitter as people used the opportunity to talk about the task of teaching kids
The video of a little boy during his mathematics lesson has got everyone talking about how very funny he is.
Briefly.co.za learnt that after reading out a question from his textbook, the boy gave the most unlikely answer to it as he followed it up with a burst of very infective laughter.
The question reads:
"Jayden has $1 bill, 1 quarter and 2 pennies, how much money does he have?"
The unnamed kid answered: "Jay broke!" as he went into a pearl of laughter. Many have been commenting on his funny act and how happy he seemed to have easily 'solved' the question.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video of the kid has been watched over four million times with many saying the boy's comedic show really got them laughing.
There were people who shared their experiences teaching kids like him. Below are some of the reactions it generated:
"Did substitute teaching for years and it was kids like him that kept me going back for more."
"I was a teacher's aide for six years and I agree. Kids like Jaden made my day every day."
"I really laughed, is that your kid?"
"In 2014, I realised Grade 5 students did not know how to sit and do homework at home. I stayed after school every day that year, Monday to Friday, for any students who wanted to come to 'homework hour'. We did homework during 'silliness hour'. God I miss that!"
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that the video of a brother and sister performing a wrestling fight broke the internet.
Posted by @KelzMff, the Twitter user captioned the video: "Please, don't try this at home". In the funny clip that has got many talking online, the older of the two children handles the other with utmost care.
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