The saying that, what adults see sitting, a child cannot see it even if he climbs Mount Everest, is nothing to be traded with, especially in this story.
There were four friends who hated studying but enjoyed partying. They attended class at will and hardly thought about the repercussion.
They partied all night before their examination and planned to skip the text by lying to the professor of 70 years old.
So, they went to the Dean and told him that they had attended a family wedding and their way back, they had a flat tyre.
They told the professor that they had to push the car all the way back because they didn’t have a spare tyre. They then told him they were not in the right position to write the exams.
The professor respected their rights as someone that is well learned about #Child Rights Law and agreed to let them take the text on a later date.
They were very happy that they got a second chance and succeeded in the lies they told.
These four children studied hard and were ready for the exam. On exam day, the professor instructed the students to sit in separate classrooms as they wrote the exams.
The examination paper had only two questions, for a total of 100marks. The questions were thus:
- Your name
- Which of the tyre burst? (a) Front left (b) Front right (c) Rear left (d) Rear right
What do you think will be their answers?
MORAL: Adults are smarter than tech children. Tech does not replace elders’ experience