When eight-year-old Yasmin was given a homework assignment from 1997, she answered from now, when Grey's Anatomy has been dominant for over a decade.
The worksheet bizarrely asked students to write the word for "hospital lady," and with a great answer to a weird question she scored a 10/10.
Both of Yasmin's parents are surgeons, with her dad specializing in the liver and pancreas, according to his bio.
More power to your daughter! Go girl! Be anything you want to be xxx— Wondering Woman (@Boo_Sherratt) October 11, 2017
Girl might not have turkey but she’s sure got sass. Time for new handouts, ❤️ from ??.— Carrie Kollias (@carrie_kollias) October 12, 2017
People applauded the student's answer, but were pissed that she got this outdated assignment in the first place.
The copyright date at the bottom shows 1997! Good grief, they haven't updated their worksheets in 20 years? For shame! (❤️ her answers tho!)— Jemma Hill (@tottwriter) October 12, 2017
Blimey - the wurksheet is from 1997!! Don't believe it!— Karen Owen (@exexpatkaren) October 11, 2017
Neither actually fits. Surgeons and nurses can be both male and female. The answer is outdated and sexist.— I-Po74 (@IPo74) October 12, 2017
Now I get why 'nurse' is expected on that particular worksheet, but who the fuck thought the best cue for that answer was 'hospital lady'?— Dawn (@justanotherdawn) October 12, 2017
The quiz is on "ur" words, and it appears that the word "surgeon" has "ur" in it, so the School Lady didn't even have to add "or nurse" in the first place.
I assume that they're writing "or Surgeon" on other kids papers!— ωєѕтση (@_west_on) October 11, 2017
But seriously, "hospital lady"?