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Teachers hilariously dress up as their students in school and we can't get enough of it

Following in the trend of students dressing up as their teachers, these educators decided to have their own hilarious take on dressing up as students.

Teachers hilariously dress up as their students in school and we can't get enough of it
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @brittan.ya

Every school is full of a range of different students. Each has their own personality, fashion sense and a whole lot of carefree attitude. There are hardly two students who are like one another. Brittany—who goes by @brittan.ya on TikTok—shared a wholesome video of the school she works in. All the teaching faculty members seem to have participated in something called "Teachers Dressed as Students" day where the educators embody the fashion, behavior and personalities of different students during school hours.

 Image Source: TikTok | @brittan.ya
Image Source: TikTok | @brittan.ya

As Brittany goes around filming the teachers, she highlights a few teachers in particular who understood the assignment. The first teacher Brittany encounters can be seen dressed in a denim ensemble with furry Ugg boots on, listening to music and munching on Takis Stix. She joyfully chants "Call my mama" repeatedly which is what a lot of students do when they are in trouble with their teachers. The next teacher is in a casual hoodie, once again with a pack of chips which he refuses to put away when Brittany tells him to and continues to enjoy his snacks.

 Image Source: TikTok | @brittan.ya
Image Source: TikTok | @brittan.ya

The next teacher who is dressed like a student is asked to take off her Crocs and hoodie but once again the defiant "student" refuses to and gives Brittany some mock attitude. The fourth teacher continues to call her mother on her phone and doesn't care when Brittany as a teacher commands her to put the phone away. The next teacher puts on a whole authentic performance as the ignorant kid with a lot of bad attitude and he moves out of the frame by flipping his chair. The rest of the two teachers continue to be defiant while acting as students and it is nothing short of an epic moment. The comment section of the video was full of people who were rolling around in laughter and left sweet words for the teachers and all the effort they put in for dressing up like their students.

Image Source: TikTok | @melaa616
Image Source: TikTok | @melaa616

@cedesterry wrote: "I don't know why in high school we always used our mama knowing she wasn’t going for none of that for real." @therealshamonicashavon commented: "This is my 15-year-old daughter all day every day calling me 10 times a day. Mama they won’t let me go to the restroom...call my mama!" @nahunhlillian remarked: "They acting like they can’t hear you then flipping the chair is spot on." @ladyfeelgood joked: "Bless these and all teachers because lord knows that I don't have the patience only prayer!!!" @christabellfai added: "OMG, all the kids need to see this. Their teachers acted out this so well. Bless all the teachers."

These teachers might have dressed up for the sake of making the Teacher's Day celebration more fun at school but here is one single mom setting an example for others like her by literally dressing up as a father of her kid. Yevette Vasquez from Fort Worth, Texas decided to dress the part of a father figure when the day called for it. She was dropping off her sixth-grader son, Elijah at school as usual one day when she noticed that there were a lot more cars in the parking lot than usual.



 

"Today at my son Elijah's school as I was dropping him off I asked him why there were so many cars. He said 'Donuts with Dad', so we quickly went back home cause I wasn't about to let him miss out," Vasquez wrote on her Facebook post along with a bunch of pictures where she can be seen sporting a mustache and hiding her hair under a cap to play the role of a father. "I know seeing other dads with their kids isn't easy for me but it's life, at least I can do whatever it takes to put a smile on that face and please don't hate I know I'm a woman and so do my sons," her post concluded.

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