Teacher interrupts students with fiery comment: 'She no longer works there'

Kelsey Weekman

A run-of-the-mill attempt at a viral video challenge turned iconic when a teacher interrupted the shoot.

Two students were trying to do the “picnic table challenge,” in which one person squats as if they are sitting in a chair, another person puts their legs in the first person’s lap, and they both try to balance like this without using their hands.

Credit: TikTok/thenamestef
Credit: TikTok/thenamestef

Just as the two began to balance, a teacher walked up behind them.

“Hi there, I’m Miss Stock,” she said. “By the time you see this video, it won’t matter, because I’ll be employed somewhere else.”

TikTok user thenamestef shared a video of this one-of-a-kind attempt.

“Fun fact …. she no longer works there,” she wrote in her caption.

Commenters went wild for Miss Stock.

“Lmao she didn’t stutter either,” one user said.

“That’s some king stuff she just pulled,” another wrote.

“I’m tryna invest in ms.stock,” a third joked.

We hope she’s happy wherever she ended up — and that she’ll crash another TikTok soon.

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