This Student Just Sang His Request For A Leave To His Principal And Pakistanis Are Like, “Please Chutti Dey Dein”

By Ather Ahmed | 21 Jan, 2018

This student just sang his his heart out to his principal


When you’re in school all you can think about is chutti time. You try to trick your teachers for some time off, or you come up with hilarious schemes to bunk schools. When nothing else worked, on order to take some days off, you had to get your parents to write a full on application.

Well, this very bright student here needed some days off and he gave his application in a unique manner:


Instead of sending a written note to the headmaster of his school this student actually conveyed his plea by singing

The kid even used proper punctuation and was really specific in his request. Addressed to the headmaster of Model Primary Ghorwala the poor kid is asking that if he would be allowed one day off due to an illness.


The people of Pakistan listened to the heartfelt request of the kid and are demanding that he be given a day off


Some just couldn’t get over the ‘full staahp’ of this very particular student


This guy makes a valid point


Yes, Shehzad bhai please give the kid one chance


Some people did feel that the teacher was in the wrong by ridiculing the student in such a manner


What do you guys think? Let us know in the comment section below.


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