Video: He created a plaster mask for a school assignment and could not take it off
Sometimes impromptu experiments don’t go as expected. Hence the typical warning in some programs of: “Don’t try to make it at home”. A Mexican teenager got down to work with the task that a teacher at her school asked the students, but she met with an unexpected ending.
The video went viral through social networks, shared by several users, between the humorous side and the desperation to get rid of the situation in which the student was immersed. After creating a plaster mask over his own facethe young man could not be able to take it off.
At all times in the images, the boy appears with his face covered by the material, while cursing for the situation in which he finds himself and even jokingly warns that will report the teacher for the incident.
Laughing, a family member sprays hot water on the edges of the mask to try to peel it off. But so far It is unknown if the young man was able to solve what happened and turn in school work.
As a result of the user’s Twitter post @SERVCOMPUTING on July 5, the video generated numerous comments on the social network, mainly from memes. One of them is the comparison with the classic film of The mask, starring Jim Carrey. The author of the spread allowed himself to make a joke about what could have happened the next day.
Users claim to know the ending and ask for the boy’s location to find out how the story ended.
Social networks sometimes function as a means of outreach and awareness of certain issues. The viralization of several experiments demonstrated the curiosity of the users. This was the case, for example, with the video by Shane Brown (@SHANGERDANGE).
The young man was curious about what happened when an egg broke under water. So plunged 14 meters into the ocean in O’ahu (Hawaii) and checked it out. But he had problems on his first attempt, as he needed to catch air on the surface, and on the second occasion, he used the camera to break the egg. The result was that the entire egg remained attached and floating.
Another curiosity, although more complicated to satisfy and more strange, was what would happen if after filling a pool with 25 million rubber balls, someone jumped headfirst: would it sink or float? Two youtubers carried it out and the video went viral on Youtube in just 10 days, with almost 8 million views. Today it accumulates more than 52 million views.
But social networks are also sometimes used as a means of raising awareness. Another video that went viral was the experiment of Muhammad Ahmad, a man from Pakistan, on the harmful effects caused by tobacco.
The young man used only a plastic bottle filled with water and a cotton ball that he placed on its end. Then he pierced the top of the bottle and placed a lit cigarette about her. So she simulated what happens to the lungs when they smoke ten cigarettes, after that number of repetitions.