Teacher Reveals to Deaf Students That People Can Hear Farts, and the Conversation That Followed Is So Amazing
There are certain facts most of us will go our whole lives knowing without ever realizing how monumental they really are. Anna Trupiano — a first-grade teacher at a school that serves deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students alike — discovered one such tidbit last month when, during her lesson, a 6-year-old child passed gas in the middle of the classroom.
According to Good, the child's, ahem, fart, was so loud that some classmates turned to look at the child, who was confused by the sudden attention. For the next 15 minutes, Trupiano found herself explaining to a group of deaf students — completely through American Sign Language — that people can actually hear farts.
She shared the conversation on Facebook, and all fart jokes aside, it's one of the most adorable, innocent conversations you'll ever experience.