30 February, 0085: Political situation of Antarctica has been seethed with turmoil as the Ruling and the opposition party have engaged in the fight of the century, after striving towards respective idealistic views on how Antarctica should be ruled, keeping in mind the interest of humans and penguins.
Ruling Party clearly stated in their press conference their view on Banning Boycotts as it proves to be a huge economic loss for the nation. Opposition instead seemed happy in Boycotting Bans as doing so the economy can prosper further as it opens a greater variety of legally approved things to the common man (or penguin).
The general public,and penguins, however, declared that they will be the happiest to “Ban Bans” and “Boycott Boycotts”. It is decided that very soon a meeting will be called in which the ruling party, the opposition, the general pubic and penguins will cast their votes in favour of Bans and Boycotts.
30 February, 0072: Students have not yet recovered from their shock of ecstatic happiness. The world has rejoiced like never before. What’s even more weirdly queer is that the fear of exams has become a phobia of the past. CLICK HERE
Teachers however have suddenly been depressed by the erratic change of exam pattern by the exam board. They have openly shared their murderous feeling towards exam board. Not only would this reduce the number of possible question could be asked, it would give students the upper hand as they could ask for explanation for every word they wrote. Meanwhile a physics teacher from the Princesston University asked the exam board to explain how to explain Newtons Universal of Gravitation in 5 words, meanwhile, an English teacher from Oxenford University asked the exam board to write the summary of The Tempest by Shakespeare in 5 words. Exam board, is presently mad with pressure of answering in 5 words, but they said that no matter how hard the situations turn out to be they would try to SAVE PAPER till their last breath.
They have even formulated a law saying, “Answer > 5 = jail” which meant any answer with more than five words could land the ANSWERER in jail.