Teacher farts during online class, her students make fun of her live

There is no hiding from the fact that the whole world is in a state of shock after the novel coronavirus pandemic impacted lakhs of people’s lives.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a major impact on education. Schools and higher educational institutions have been shut down in the country ever since the lockdown began.

Meanwhile, a video of a teacher farting on a Zoom call has gone viral on social media like wildfire and the internet are loving it just as much as the students. Emma Ginder,  25, from Kansas, shared the hilarious video on Facebook on December 9, and it quickly went viral thanks to the kids’ priceless reactions to the noise.

The hilarious moment began when the teacher asked her students to take out a book. All of a sudden a loud fart could be heard emanating from her seat.

Ginder covered her mouth with her hand — seemingly in shock — and turned away from the camera as she started to laugh.

Her astonished students didn’t know what to think, and multiple kids asked, ‘What was that?’ even though they knew exactly what they had heard. 

‘I think she farted,’ one said, prompting his classmates to erupt with laughter.

‘That was a big one,’ another announced.

‘I blame it on Miss Ginder,’ someone else added.

Ginder laughed right along with her students, even when she was trying to get them to calm down.

‘I don’t know who it was, but whoever it was might be a little embarrassed, so let’s stop,’ she said.

‘I still blame you,’ one little boy told her at the end of the clip.

The heartwarming video has been shared more than 46,000 times on Facebook and was later posted on Twitter, where it’s been viewed four million times.

‘A huge fart during a kids class Zoom and the whole class, and teacher, finding it hilarious is the joy we all needed,’ one person tweeted.

‘Farts should be used as ice breakers in Zoom meetings more often,’ someone else commented, while another added: ‘Their laughter is exactly what I needed today.’

Many people were just thrilled to see the children having a good time with their teacher during remote learning, which has been a struggle for students during the pandemic.

‘Farts will never be funny, also, holy crap when was the last time you laughed like yellow Nike shirt kid?’ one Twitter user asked. ‘Wow, I really needed to hear that.’

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.