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Teachers tell fourth-grade students they can ask anything and the questions are a complete laugh riot

The students asked if they talk mean stuff about them and one teacher responded, 'Not mean stuff but we discuss your behavior and your attitude.'

Teachers tell fourth-grade students they can ask anything and the questions are a complete laugh riot
Cover Image Source: TikTok/ @djukapotkonjak

Usually, teachers are strict with their students in the classrooms even if they do some fun activities. They often do this to maintain class decorum. However, a TikTok user Djukiiii (@djukapotkonjak) and her colleague seem to be firm believers in making classrooms fun and being transparent and casual with their kids. They have posted TikTok videos of sessions in which children are allowed to ask them anything and their questions are hilarious. 

Image Source: TikTok/ @djukapotkonjak
Image Source: TikTok/ @djukapotkonjak


In one of the TikTok videos, a student asks the teacher, "Why do you always wear all your pants all the way up?" Everyone in the class, including the teachers and students, starts laughing after they read the question from a paper. "Listen to me, high-waisted and low-waist pants are more flattering than low-rise. The low rise should have stayed in the early 2000s and early '90s. It did not need to come back," says the TikTok user. "She gave you a fashion statement. Let me just be honest, I don't want my crack out and I got a I'm pulling them up." The video concludes with everyone laughing their heart out.

Image Source: TikTok/ @djukapotkonjak
Image Source: TikTok/ @djukapotkonjak


The video went viral, garnering over 21.7 million views and 3.2 million likes. People on the platform couldn't stop reacting to the teacher's response. @aboveparkennels commented, "Moms at home wondering why they have to explain what a fupa is." @che_fernandezz wrote, "You know these are the most fun nicest teachers cause of the way the class just listens and know queues." @iamauntykitty expressed, "You two are the kind of teachers I pray my son has! The honesty to the kids is wonderful, lol!"

Image Source: TikTok/ @djukapotkonjak
Image Source: TikTok/ @djukapotkonjak


In the following video, their students ask them questions about their birthdays and if they have a boyfriend. To both, they said no. Later, students asked if they liked football, to which, one teacher said she loved football and that "the guys look nice in the pants," while the other said that she hated football. Then the children questioned if they had ever been in a fight before. The TikTok user says, "I have never been in a fight before," while her colleague responds, "I have been in one fight before." They were also asked who was their favorite and the teachers did not really give an answer to that.

The students had some bizarre questions as well. "Do you know any of your sisters getting divorced?" read out the teacher in the third part of their video series. "I have three sisters and they are not getting divorced," said Djukiiii. "None of my sisters are married," responded the other teacher. The next question was about what was in their group chat and Djukiii said they would never know. Then they ask if they want to be a mom. "I'm 32, I'm not married and I don't have kids, so I'm always careful how I answer that question. I feel like if it doesn't happen, I'll be ok, but if it's in God's plan for me to have one, I'll be happy as well."

Image Source: TikTok/@djukapotkonjak
Image Source: TikTok/@djukapotkonjak


"I would love to have kids. I would love to be a mom. I would love to have 4 kids, preferably all girls," says Djukiiii. The last question they took was if they talk mean stuff about them. "Not mean stuff, but we discuss your behavior and your attitude." Teachers across the globe play a key role in a student's life. With teachers like these who are honest and open with their students, they sure have older people in their life whom they can trust and have a healthy relationship with.

Editor's note: This article was originally published on June 9, 2023. It has since been updated.

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