This Alarming New Trend Could Be In Bangor Schools
Ah, the back-to-school season—a time of excitement and definitely not any stress for parents, students, and teachers, right? Well, a new trend seems to be making its way into schools, and it's got everyone talking, or should we say flipping?
A teacher's anonymous post on r/Teachers last month shed light on a trend that has been taking their student community by storm. Aptly titled "Every year these kids come back with a new annoying quirk… 'coin boys' are apparently the new thing," the post paints a picture of a peculiar phenomenon that's sparking curiosity and frustration.
In a nutshell, this year's "it" trend involves students proudly assuming the mantle of "coin boys" and carrying a quarter as their signature accessory. Why, you might ask? Well, they have apparently fashioned an entire way of life around the art of coin flipping and chance. It's not just about heads or tails; it's about living life by the coin's wisdom.
With a decade of experience under their belt, the teacher describes this phenomenon as an annual tradition. Students bring a newfound fascination to school, often influenced by the internet or other mysterious sources. However, the "coin boys" seem to have taken this trend to a whole new level.
Here come the coin boys, each announcing their dedication to the decisions of their quarter, using lines such as "I live by the coin and die by the coin."
However, as with any trend, this one presents its own challenges. According to the post, the outcome of assignments hung in the balance of a coin toss. One of the coin boys apparently even said, "Heads I do it, tails I don't."
The teacher's post not only highlights this quirky trend but also raises an important question: Is this a localized phenomenon or a glimpse into a wider subculture? Could it be that these coin-flippers are crafting a community, albeit one that's more about fun than practicality?
As the "coin boys" trend gains momentum, Bangor area schools are left wondering: Is this just a fleeting fad, or will the halls be echoing with the sound of coin flips for semesters to come? Are the "coin boys" here to stay, or will they soon flip their way out of the limelight?
One thing's for certain—the "coin boys" have certainly turned heads… and tails.
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