A school teacher was left heartbroken after getting fired for sharing TikTok videos about farting in class and telling them lies when they were annoying.
Kansas teacher Stephen Taylor got fired after his videos went viral on social media. He claims that the school district asked him to delete four of his ‘fart’ videos under their social media policy demanding ‘the same level of personal responsibility, discretion, and professionalism expected in any other form of communication.’
In one of his viral clips, he can be heard talking about ‘crop dusting’ in class and how he told students lies when they were annoying.
“Teachers, if a student annoys you, just remember that you can lie. There’s nothing that says you have to tell them the truth all the time. I teach history,” Taylor said in his video.
“I tell my students the wrong stuff all the time when they annoy me. I tell them Abraham Lincoln invented the car. That’s why it’s named after him. I tell them Jake Paul and Logan Paul had a great-grandfather named Paul Revere because they don’t even know how names work.
“I crop dust them all the time. I save up big milky lactose intolerant farts. And I drop bombs silently because I’m an adult and I know my body. And then I just let it stew.”
In the same video, Taylor joked that the school can’t fire him because ‘they need me too badly.’
He then said in other videos that the reason he was on TikTok and making jokes was because he was only getting paid $45,000 a year.
But since getting fired, Taylor has allegedly been offered 13 jobs from other schools.
People have also been showing their support as many want him to continue making jokes on TikTok.
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