One student found the hilariously ‘perfect’ way to extend the Christmas break – and it’s making thousands of netizens laugh! And we’re definitely laughing along to Dorothy Wynn Vendiola’s ‘solution’ to every student’s back-to-school dilemma. LOL.
After a long Christmas vacation that started in the middle of December 2018, most students have to go back to school on January 3, 2019.
A lot of workers have already gone back to work on the second day of the year, but government workers and students were given one extra day after the president declared January 2 as a holiday for government offices; he also declared that there will be no classes on that day.
But with January 3, 2019, actually being a Thursday, a lot of students were crossing their fingers that President Rodrigo Duterte or perhaps Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Briones would declare an extension of the Christmas break.
After all, students would just be in school for 2 days before the weekend break. January 7 sounds like a perfect date for students to be back to school, right? It falls on a Monday!
But neither official declared any extension – and students have to be back in school on January 3, no matter how sad they might be at the prospect of going back to reality after a fun-filled Christmas vacation…
Enter Dorothy Wynn Vendiola, a student at Dumaguete Science High School in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental.
Armed with a Dong-A liquid eraser, she removed the entries for January 3 from their calendar, including the notes for the high tide and low tide schedules. Voila! No more January 3 on the calendar, no one needs to go back to school now! LOL.
The young student shared photos of the erased calendar entry on her Facebook page – and everyone loved it! In just 8 hours, the post has received more than 4.4k reactions and 14k shares! LOL. It seems that everyone still wants to extend their Christmas break, eh?
But Dong-A needs to give this kid a basket of supplies for the free advertisement… The liquid eraser did a perfect job in getting that date removed from the calendar like it didn’t really exist!
Source: Dorothy Wynn Vendiola / Facebook