Parkland Students creatively Trolls their new ‘Safety’ Backpacks, and It’s So Freakin Hilarious

After the tragic shootout that killed 17 people in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland on 14 Feb 2018, students, teachers and parents from all around the country gathered on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington for the March for Our Lives Protest against Gun control in America.

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Recently, there is a new story surfacing on the Internet regarding this situation.

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The school district has taken a preventive measure against the tragic accident and that is to provide the students with transparent bag packs. Around 3300 backpacks have been distributed to schools, and students are feeling that this is the violation of their privacy. They are rebelling saying that instead of the law making a change in the Gun control act they are exploiting the privacy of students because it’s easier for them.

Plain and simple yo

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Doing what they do best, the students came up with creative ideas to make a statement that plastic backpacks are not gonna change the truth.

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Here are some of those memes that were out in the open to spread the message.

When you need them the most, they just seem to disappear.

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Clearly, everything is visible.

Honesty is the best policy :’)

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Leave the pasta, where is the control?

This kitchens not the same without you

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None of them died for this day to come.

For real… 😞

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The least they had to do was also steal the privacy.

The intelligence that does all the thinking.

This explains it all.

Privacy? Never heard of her

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Is this what you were looking for?

Don’t hit it raw, man. (Get it cuz ramen)

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The fishes have so much more in common with the students now.

That’s all we ask for.

dAAAAAAiiiAAAAAiiAAAAAddy

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How can you explain more than this meme collage?

Who knew the bag would look like a fancy grocery bag.

Just for safety measures, extra Tampons.

At this point just go to MSD if you need a tampon 😂😂😂

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Add that tag and just be fabulous.

Gucci down to the socks

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The highlight is pretty clearly written.

Say it loud and clear ❗️❗️hehe

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The tag and those words, anything else?

“Is your name really Cris I. Sactor?”

It’s an easier way to pass the message.

Coming from a nude backpack 🤔

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Admitting the change with his own twist.

They were just asking for it?

AY THATS ILLEGALLY

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The musical memes are on a field day.

Drizzy always knows the mOves 🙏

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Ahh, you missed out the most important thing.

It is clearly visible that this step taken by the authorities is just ridiculous, instead of sorting the problem they are just making the lives of students even harder. People need to learn to sort out the bigger picture here.

(h/t: someecards)
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