Student goes for her morning crab leg feast on Zoom on Viral.


Children are known to say the craziest things. But that’s not all – their morning meals can also be quite unusual. For example, one student had to leave his Zoom class because his breakfast with crab legs was a distraction. While some wonder why a child ate a seafood breakfast in the morning, others have praised the student for his unusual, if luxurious, decision-making.

On Tuesday, the podcaster and Internet personality Trill Withers tweeted that a student in his nephew’s class had a crab leg breakfast for breakfast and offered the student his support. “[T]his generation has everything under control,” he wrote.

The teacher asked if they would turn off their camera and come back when they were done. They did and sent this ð

– Trill Withers (@TylerIAm) November 10, 2020

He also showed a screenshot of a message sent by the student after the teacher asked her to turn off the camera because her crab leg treat distracted the class. “I had 3 plates of crab legs that were now ready to learn,” the student wrote.

The former commentator from Barstool Sports tweeted a little later that he was so amused by the young student’s sumptuous breakfast that he wanted to have her answer about her willingness to learn tattooed on his stomach.

Getting âI had 3 plates of crab legs, now I am ready to learnâ tattooed on my stomach

– Trill Withers (@TylerIAm) November 10, 2020

Withers’ Tweet with the student’s answer was tweeted over 400 times and was liked more than 3,000 times.

Nevertheless, this leaves a number of unanswered questions for the curious reader. Why did the student eat crab legs at 9:13 am? How did they get the crab legs? Were they freshly prepared or eaten as leftovers? Does she usually have seafood for breakfast? Can we come over and enjoy such fine food? These are all things we may never know.

Withers did not respond in time to Washington Newsday’s request for a comment via Instagram direct message for publication or for an invitation to breakfast.

People on Twitter responded with similar joy and praise for the young visionary. One person responded by implying that the student’s parents had taken her on vacation and that she probably just ate a meal other than breakfast or “just lived wastefully ahead of our time. Another joked that she had ordered Red Lobster from DoorDash and needed it to support the learning process. Someone else tweeted that he would give the student an “automatic A” if she was in his class. One user jokingly replied that the student would probably ask for bourbon, which he could enjoy with the Saturday morning cartoons.

This child is clearly on vacation in a different time zone and living wastefully or they are simply living wastefully ahead of our time

– Tommy (@TommyBottles401) November 10, 2020

Dear teacher, dear teacher,
Can you hold the class for a few minutes? My fall from the red Hummer was held up in traffic, and without it I have no chance to study.

– So you like to play? (@BeantownDFS) November 10, 2020

If this child was in my class, automatically A.

– Scott Stadem (@stades44) November 10, 2020

“Honey, would you like something to eat while you watch your cartoons this morning?”
“Get me the Surf and Turf mom, maybe a glass of Woodford Reserve.”

– Matt Steel (@matt steel97) November 10, 2020

Some people shared their own experiences with things they noticed while learning their children online. Some teachers also shared experiences about how their students eat meals during virtual learning. One wrote that their students’ meal makes what they normally eat for breakfast during online learning shameful.

With my daughters, the child had to be asked to take off the chicken wings at 8 a.m.

– PMT Commentator (@CommentatorPmt) November 10, 2020

One of my students said that I go to the kitchen to make breakfast because you already eat on your breakfast and I said what you eat. When I told you that my brother came back with a full meal… and botched my food lmaooo, it was the loudest he had been in class since school started

– ADILAH (@TheASMLife) November 10, 2020

Others simply replied that the student was living a life they could only dream of having for themselves.

This is exactly how my day is supposed to go


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