A TikTok comedian gave a glimpse of what it was really like to go to school in Australia for ’90s kids after sharing’ relatable ‘videos about students and teachers.
Millie Ford, from Sydney, has over 39 million likes on TikTok for her fun videos highlighting the different types of teachers and quirky student cliques that most ’90s and early schoolchildren are most likely to experience. 2000s could identify.
Her â€œliveâ€ impressions include a teacher watching a student until he stops talking during a lesson and a millennial schoolgirl listening to LimeWire pirated music on her iPod Nano while waiting for the bus.
The 25-year-old has been praised for accurately portraying Down Under school life, including an elementary student drawing a 2cm margin on each new page and students watching Round the Twist on a projection screen in class.
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Millie Ford of Sydney has over 39 million likes on TikTok for her fun videos highlighting the different types of quirky teachers and student cliques (left of teacher watching student interrupt a class and right of a millennial listening to pirated music)
The 25-year-old has been praised for accurately portraying Down Under school life, ranging from a substitute teacher who “can’t control the classroom” to an elementary school child drawing a 2cm margin on each. new page.
In a video with over a million views, she reconstructed a teacher who was answering a student’s question when she noticed two girls at the back of the room chatting.
The video shows the teacher looking intently at her watch as she waited for the girls to realize they were interrupting class.
“Have we finished the conversation ladies?” Sorry, are we interrupting something? Maybe one of you would like to answer the question for everyone? ‘ the teacher said.
‘You have no idea what we’re talking about because you’re too busy having a conversation … I’m trying to teach a lesson here. So Tara, get up, do your business and come and sit next to me. ‘
In another video, she pretended to be a teacher and put Round the Twist on a projection screen so her students could watch while enjoying free pizza.
The best impressions of Millie’s Australian school
1. The teacher looks intently at a speaking student until he stops
2. A substitute teacher finds it difficult to “control” a noisy classroom while his teacher is away.
3. Student listening to pirated music on their iPod Nano while waiting for the bus
4. A student is crying in his room while listening to pirated music from LimeWire
5. The teacher has difficulty writing on a whiteboard after the marker dries.
6. The teacher obliges the pupils to collect the garbage before they are allowed to go to recess.
7. Students feast on pizza while teacher puts Round the Twist on projector to watch
8. Teachers who like to interrupt lessons to talk to other staff and greet students
9. Teachers who make their class read or watch movies whenever they are sick
10. Teachers who stand too close when helping students with their work
Millie also pieced together an elementary school kid by drawing a perfect 2cm margin in the page of her notebook
In other clips, she mocked a school teacher who stared at a talking student in the middle of a lesson until he stopped, as she pretended to be a substitute teacher .
In other clips, Millie poked fun at a 2009 schoolgirl obsessed with pirated music.
â€œIt’s 2009, you lock yourself in your room and listen to your pirated LimeWire music because nobody understands you,â€ she wrote.
She also makes fun of a substitute teacher who has trouble “controlling” noisy children.
‘Settle down. Boys after all, this is the fifth time that I have asked you to shut up. What is your name? Luc? Alright Luke come over here please come sit next to me so I can keep an eye on you. Guys stop laughing, please, â€she said.
Millie also pieced together an elementary school child by drawing a perfect 2cm margin on the page of her notebook.
Millie has gone viral on TikTok for her hilarious portraits of Australian teachers
In a TikTok, Millie described how there was always a teacher so loud that students could always hear coming down the hall – no matter how far away she was.
She can be seen stomping on the stairwell and laughing hysterically as she pretends to chat with another teacher as her bead full of various keys swings from side to side.
In another video, she imitated the eccentric but beloved art teacher almost every Aussie has ended up in a classroom with.
Speaking in a high-pitched voice and wearing an array of bizarre clothes, she filmed herself complaining about students leaving dirty paintbrushes in the sink – while having paint splatter all over her face.
She is seen pretending to be the teacher who always interrupts class while students are in the middle of a test
The 25-year-old hilariously mocked teachers and students in Australian schools and now has more than 350,000 subscribers on TikTok
â€œBoys and girls, I just went downstairs and found these brushes left in the sink. Someone didn’t clean them properly, there is paint on the ends, â€said the teacher nicknamedâ€œ Bronwyn â€.
‘Who did that? Who left them in the sink?
She also filmed a parody of a teacher who liked to interrupt a class in the middle of an exam.
Poking her head in the doorway and winking at the working students, Millie knocked on the door as she asked a fellow teacher how they performed their test.
“Sorry Mrs. Simpson, I see you’re taking your test, we’re about to take ours,” she said, smiling guiltily and waving to the students.
Some of Ms Ford’s viral videos show her mocking art teachers, sick staff and students arguing over party dresses
Ms Ford is seen portraying the strange students of art teachers who have often found themselves taught by
She then covers her face with her file, asking the teacher a question about the test before jokingly asking the students to “get back to work!” “.
In another relatable video, Millie forced all of her students to stay until they picked up ten litter – a type of teacher most Australians know all too well.
Millie, posing as a college student, then picked up a piece of trash before tearing it into ten smaller pieces.
One of her most popular videos depicts a dastardly conversation between a college student and the â€œpopular girlâ€ of the year about their evening dresses.
â€œI find it just weird because I thought I was wearing a strapless green dress and all of a sudden you are posting about wearing one,â€ the supposed popular girl said.
â€œI’m really weird that people copy me. So just in case I think about wearing it, do you think you could possibly make your own? ‘.
Many applauded her for her accurate portrayal of the school in Australia.
“You are the funniest, most approachable girl I have ever seen,” wrote one, while another added, “How do you know about every detail?”