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15 Most Stupid Questions Ever Asked By Students In Class

Monday, May 11, 2020, 11:53 am


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One day, we may run out of oil. We may run out of oxygen. The whole planet may perish, but there would still be a dumb guy lurking in the bushes! We have them in abundance, and we stumble upon one now and then. If we ask you to recall the name of the dumbest person you have ever seen in your life, we are sure your mind travels all the way back to your school days because that's where we see a lot of dim-witted people! We know you can't immediately recall the dumbest things kids in your class might have done, so let's show you these 15 most stupid questions ever asked by kids in class, as shared by their classmates.
7.When a Centimeter is Too Long

High school chemistry class, we were working on a lab where we had to make little squares on a piece of plastic to perform tests in, and the squares had to have 2 cm long sides.
This kid at my lab table, who had already proven to be not so bright in class many times beforehand, got our teacher's attention, then asked what a centimeter was.
After the teacher thoroughly explained what a centimeter is, and where exactly to find them on the ruler in front of him, the student turned to us and said:
"I'm still not understanding this centimeter thing."


When a Centimeter is Too Long-15 Most Stupid Questions Ever Asked By Students In Class


8.Someone Thought Egypt Was a Religion

The following exchange took place in my grade 11 history class. We were discussing Egypt, and one girl actually said,
"Egypt really exists? I thought it was just some place from Jimmy Neutron." Somebody else in the class also spoke up, saying, "What do you mean place, I thought Egypt was a religion."


Someone Thought Egypt Was a Religion-15 Most Stupid Questions Ever Asked By Students In Class


9.Another Person Who Thought Vietnam Was Name of a War, Not Country

Our class was discussing American history and the topic of the Vietnam war came up. One student mentioned that he is actually from Vietnam, and that he had family members who had gone through the war.
A teenaged girl raised her hand and said, completely seriously, "How can you be from Vietnam? Vietnam is a war, not a place."


Another Person Who Thought Vietnam Was Name of a War, Not Country-15 Most Stupid Questions Ever Asked By Students In Class




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