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Evildea Should NOT be a Teacher! | Evildea Devus NE Esti Instruisto!

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    Hello all
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    I'm Evildea. Your God.
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    and today the craziest thing ever
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    happened to me and
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    I just need to tell you about it
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    So, you probably already know that
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    I have students
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    Can you see that I want
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    to tell you about this?
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    I have students
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    and they come to my house
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    and I usually teach them English
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    but some times I also, for example,
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    teach history and other interesting things
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    So, for example, I have one student
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    and she comes every Sunday with her mum
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    and they sit at the table
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    with me and we just read through the text
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    and divide it into parts
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    to understand each part of the text
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    because she doesn't understand
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    the entirety of the text that well
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    She can understand each word individually
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    but not in a great mess
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    So, she can't ...
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    I guess, understand the text in its entirety
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    So, we read the text
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    and today's text is about
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    voting in a democracy
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    So, we read it and she just couldn't
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    under the text
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    and ... I must say
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    She sat next to me and her mother next to her
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    and she just looked at her mother
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    and then looked at me and said
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    "I don't understand voting.
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    How does it work?"
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    and at first, of course, I tried
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    to clear up how it functions in government
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    but that didn't help at all
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    So, then I tried to explain
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    how it works through the school system
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    and then she started to understand it
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    a little better but not much
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    So, I decided that I needed to totally simplify
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    the subject for her and said,
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    "Imagine, that now I, you and your mum
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    we're sitting in a great big hall
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    full of people
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    and at the, I guess, stage of the hall
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    there's a uni student and he says to everyone
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    "You can, from now, eat chocolate or poo"
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    and when I say "poo", I used ...
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    I choose the English word "poo"
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    which isn't that bad of a word
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    and I said, "you can eat
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    chocolate or poo - you have two choices"
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    and she said, "Of course,
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    I don't want to eat poo
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    I would take chocolate"
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    and I said, "yes, yes! you can choose!"
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    and she said, "ok, so I want chocolate"
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    and I said, "Well, you don't only choose
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    the entire hall needs to choose"
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    and she said, "So, I would choose chocolate
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    he can have poo"
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    and I said, "No, no you need to choose together.
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    So, imagine that fifty percent of the hall
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    for example choose chocolate
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    then, that would mean that not enough people
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    choose it. So, sixty people need
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    to choose chocolate in order to get it"
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    and she said, "Ah I think I understand"
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    and I said, "ok"
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    and I grabbed three pieces of paper
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    and I said, "Ok, you need to write
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    your choice on this paper"
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    and she said, "Ok"
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    So, I gave one piece of paper to her
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    and one to her mum
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    and I said, "Ok, choose but
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    don't show me what you chose"
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    and she said, "Oh ok" and
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    she took it and very secretly
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    started writing chocolate.
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    I could see the movements of her pen
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    and he mum began writing,
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    I guess chocolate
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    and I thought, "Ok, now I want
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    to show what would happen if someone else
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    didn't choose chocolate"
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    So, I wrote "poo"
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    and I said, "Ok,
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    place your paper
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    in the middle of the table,
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    don't show us what you wrote
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    because the choices must be anonymous"
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    and she said, "Oh ok"
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    So, each placed their paper
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    into the middle of the table
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    and I moved it like this
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    and them I grabbed the first
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    and it said, "Chocolate"
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    and I said, "Ah great, so
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    we have one vote for chocolate.
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    That means that we need one more
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    to have chocolate"
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    and she said, "Oh ok, ok, ok"
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    She started to understand
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    So I gave her chocolate
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    Well no ... not real chocolate
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    I gave her the paper
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    which had chocolate written on it
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    and then I choose the second
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    and it said "poo"
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    and I said, "Uuuu one person has chosen poo
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    that isn't good"
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    and then I could see the girl
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    and she sat up straight a little in her chair
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    and I could see her eyes
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    widen a little
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    and she thought "Oh no
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    what would happen if someone choose poo again"
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    and I ... I sat there and thought
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    "This is really good"
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    and I grabbed this third piece and
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    I thought, "Ah this is the mum's paper,
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    I guess"
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    and I saw it, and I became shocked
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    because it said "poo"
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    it seemed that her mum had the same idea
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    as me and I said
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    "It says poo"
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    and the girl said, "I don't want poo
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    I don't want to eat poo"
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    and I could see that she was totally shocked
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    and I said, "No, no, no that doesn't mean
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    of course, we're not eating poo.
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    Don't think like that"
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    and her mum sat there and thought ...
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    I could see that she was thinking
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    "Oh shit, how did I do that"
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    It was the funniest thing
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    because the girl sat there
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    extremely worried and thought
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    "Do I have to eat poo"
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    and after that I decided that
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    I wouldn't run that exercise again
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    but now she understands
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    how voting works really well
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    and I just wanted to share that with you
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    So, if you've liked this film
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    Like it
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    Share it around
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    Sub to my channel if you haven't already
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    and I'll see you all in the next film
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    and if you're not there
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    You must eat poo!
Title:
Evildea Should NOT be a Teacher! | Evildea Devus NE Esti Instruisto!
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