Good morning, quick update.
Apparently, it is common knowledge among teachers that all Bruneian schools have some sort of a rat problem. No, no, this is not a graphic metaphor conjured in the Discipline Room, but real actual, rodent infestations.
Follow this train of thought.
Overworked teachers (almost always a universal norm) + Average of 200 hormonal chaos on legs–> Need constant sugar/caffeine high
Therefore nourishment is always around. Food stashes. Caffeine packets in powdered or baked form. —-> Attracts rodents in question.
But as teachers become more vigilant in hiding their “bursts of energy”, so did the rats in acquiring vitamins. It is now common to see rats licking away at glue, and finding teeth marks on past years’ examination papers.
There are, I kid you not, sightings of rats of mutated size. As large as saucepans.
I will not be surprised, with the amount of teaching aids they have digested, if they actually know how to read. And do simple arithmetic.