If you’ve ever wondered what the people in front of you in class are looking at on their laptops, we’re one step closer to helping you find out.
Or, at least, these college instructors are after they decided to list out all the things they caught students looking at on their laptops over the semester. They decided to put their findings in a PowerPoint and present them to the class, and honestly, it’s pretty hilarious what they found.
Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
We’ve got some of what you’d expect — Facebook, Amazon, Reddit, Huffington Post and other news sites. And then we have some things you probably woudn’t expect, like Chinese rap videos, watching Planet Earth 2, looking at pictures of sliced bread and photoshopping Trump onto muppets.
I don’t know whether to be completely weirded out or pleasantly surprised TBH, and I’m not the only one.
$240 dollars worth of turtlenecks is making me laugh harder than I think is safe and healthy
— Sad Man Disappointed Gundam Figure @ 5.4 (@elfindulgence) April 17, 2017
Photoshopping Donald Trump's head onto muppets has to be the winner
— Andrea Taylor (@AndreaJTaylor) April 20, 2017
why are some of these so specific 😂😂
— two boobs johnson (@labrujitatonta) April 19, 2017
Then there was this guy, who obviously hadn’t been to college in a long, long time.
This comment is so naive that it's adorable.
— Mary Carroll-Mason (@MECM) April 18, 2017
Kids will be kids, they say. And college students will buy $240 worth of turtlenecks in class. Whatcha gonna do?
All I can say is that this says more about my classmates than I’ve ever wanted to know.