A 5th-grade teacher tried to teach her students about Internet safety, with predictably laughable results. (Again)
This is, believe it or not, a Photoshopped image.
(via redditor No_Need_For_Pants)
Way back in the ancient times of November 2013, a 5th grade teacher posed with a piece of paper saying she wanted to teach her class a lesson about Internet privacy about how far a picture can spread online. She ended up becoming one of the most hilarious memes of the year. It seemed the lesson was learned, but of course there is one major problem: humanity keeps producing babies who have absolutely no clue about anything that happened in the world before they started to pay attention... usually around the 5th grade. So, this week a 5th-grade (or P5) teacher in Scotland had to do it all over again.
Oh, the terrible places your photo will go!
(via redditor prawnjoe)
In the process, she taught them another valuable Internet lesson: if you wait long enough, you can steal someone's idea and get all the same results. The disturbingly creative minds over at reddit's r/Photoshopbattles forum helped make sure she achieved that.
She could have just taught her students about the original teacher.
(via redditor StubzHere)
Guess Who will be on the Internet for the rest of her life!
(via redditor prudenr)
The things the Internet can do with your photo can be absolutely nauseating.
(via redditor kerbarus)
You may recall that this Michelle also had a sign hijacked by the Internet.
(via redditor SwiftStroker00)
Oops, you're all dead now.
(via redditor well_that_went_wrong)
International Space Station astronauts apparently print out the Internet like my grandma.
(via redditor feith)
Subtle but deadly.
(via redditor YesterdaysDinner)
This, kids, is the exact reason you should be wary on the Internet.
(via redditor howdeedodat)
Very topical, Michelle. I didn't know Scots watched the Super Bowl.
(via redditor Niflhe)
I can't even decipher this enough to tell if it's offensive.
(via redditor drpepper0000)
Looks like the Internet finally got her to snap. Wonder how this will turn out.
(via redditor essmac)
And the Internet claims one more victim.
(via redditor feith)
Check out the original teacher who made the mistake of trusting the Internet here. Or, check out some of the other Photoshopbattles that we've written about. Just make sure you never give them your picture.