People of all ages, shapes, and sizes are Ravens fans. In celebration of Baltimore's Superbowl win, many residents went to today's parade to join in the festivities. Many students cut class to attend: some with their parents' permission and some without.
Now that students are able to update their Twitter accounts anywhere (from the bathroom, the classroom, their bed, etc.), discovering who did and did not attend class today was relatively easy.
Here are some tweets from students who went to the parade:
@dont_give_aSAM: "School, I skip that. Ravens parade, I attend that. Ravens nation, I live that"
@Colleen_Carroll: "The school emailed my dad and asked why I was absent, his response 'I would say she was sick... But we were at the Ravens parade(:' hahahaa😂"
@Rosee_Art: "The ravens parade was tons of fun today, it was good to skip school and be with friends."
Other students did go to school:
@mdelbene28: "When your dad thinks he is a good parent because he doesn't let you go to the ravens parade and makes you go to school. #fml"
@melburrr: "Beyond jealous of everyone who went to the Ravens parade today while I'm just chillin in class tryna be a good student 😞 #notworthit"
@larlinndarlinn: "Looking at all these Instagram pics of the ravens parade is making it reall hard to sit in class right now.I COULD BE SERVING YOU DIP N DOTS"
@PaiggeB: "The fact that I'm sitting in class and not at the Ravens parade<<<<<<<<<<< every time I think about it I just want to cry🔫😭"
Students have no problem speaking their mind. Now the interesting question is, how many Baltimore teachers cut class today?