One student, Jordan White, managed to film the fun tradition and posted a video of it on Twitter. Unsurprisingly, it is viral.
The video makes for an exhilarating watch. It begins with a loud countdown. And then, a deluge of paper that seems never-ending. For nearly two minutes straight, the avalanche of paper continues to fall. You can hear students squeal with excitement in the background.
Bhs we out!!!!! pic.twitter.com/VBsCtwyyXS— Jordan (@jordanwhite649) May 26, 2017
Since being tweeted on May 27, the video has been 'liked' over 70,000 times and has been retweeted over 31,000 times.
What damn school y'all go to that let y'all do that pic.twitter.com/SPmPFv6ZZe— #covfefe (@brokebitchnick) May 27, 2017
That school needs more computers.— Kyle Hill (@kaleazy) May 28, 2017
Imagine the paper cuts— Felicia (@felixxmarie) May 28, 2017
Janitors looking at this like pic.twitter.com/TpBAqBWsOQ— Ru-Dolph (@TJack_22) May 27, 2017
Me as the janitor pic.twitter.com/M9w5FrBtDN— William Smithers (@Rojack2900) May 28, 2017
Janitors were like pic.twitter.com/L6MU1Q59L4— Jaz (@Jazzyjazjaz) May 28, 2017
LMFAOO pic.twitter.com/QejOGaY9FO— mAliK (@Therealdjkhalid) May 28, 2017
"It's all recycled, there was lots of concern if it was recycled or not, but it's all recycled," Mr White tells ABC 15, adding despite the flurry of paper, no paper cuts were reported. Click for more trending news
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