– And all of this is created by a program designed by the Egyptians
known as the food pyramid. – You still on for tonight?
– What are we doin’? – We’re goin’ to the movies.
– Boys up the back. Your eyes should be towards the front. And you should be listening. – Thanks.
– It’s lunch. – Now, the food pyramid– – You know why lightening is so fast? – Yeah it’s– – Mark Banana, grab your things,
move to the front please. – [Mark] Don’t sir. – I thought I’ve warned you already. It’s not the first time.
– No you haven’t. – Grab your things,
grab your water bottle, grab your books,
– No. – And move to the front. – [Mark] Oh come on! – Without the carry on thank you. – You’re wasting my everyone’s time. – You’re wasting my everyone’s time. – Thank you very much, away from Michelle. (pen squeaking on whiteboard) Sugary drinks, now sugar is not just in two minute noodles, you’ll find it in a lot of the– – [Zach] Go on you do it with her, after school, you know.
– I dunno. – It’s your lunch time guys. (class moans) And we won’t start, until everyone, is quiet.
(coughs) And ready.
(coughing) Righto no worries. That’s what happens.
(class groans in despair) We’ll go into lunchtime.
– Oh no. That’s fine by me.
– That’s not fair. Doesn’t bother me. – We’re just all a bit wound up, it won’t happen again sir. – Zach I’ve got my lunch right here mate, I’ve got a salad sandwich with sesame seeds on the bun, and an Uncle Toby’s muesli bar with choccys on top. I’m happy, I’m set for lunch. That’ll do me ’til dinner.
– Sir. I can’t stay into lunch because I’ve got volleyball rehearsals and we got into States
so we have to rehearse. – Michele that’s something
you’re gonna have to take up with Mr Chelsameenee. That’s something you’re going
– No sir. to have to take up with him. Say Mr Chelsameenee
unfortunately I can’t come. You’re gonna have to find
another volleyball…ler, because I can’t come,
I was talking in class. I’ve missed out
– Eww. on that opportunity.
– Fine. And I’ve missed out on
that because I was– I’ll have that Michele thank you. – Pencil case, sure. – No the mobile phone, that should be out of your hands, out of class. Not gonna disrupt you, you’ll get that back at the end of class. That’s what I’m seeing today, people I’m happy to talk, I’m happy to lose my lunch. I’m happy to miss out on my sandwich. But someone else, I love my sandwich. It’s not on. – Hiyah! – All right no worries. That’s too easy guys.
(class shouts and protests) We’ll go into lunchtime that’s fine by me, doesn’t bother me. (dramatic futuristic music) – [Mark] Please have mercy. – It’s been 55 years. – Sir, just give me the phone. I’m not gonna call the cops. – Michele you’ll get your phone back at the end of the day. But anyway phones are obsolete now. Humans communicate like this. (digital and electronic beeps) Do you see? Because you’re talking you’ve missed out on this brand new minority report-esque way of communicating. You’ve missed out on seeing technology evolve
– Have you seen the in this brand new sphere.
– Brand new technology? – Yeah I have. – Its fuckin’ sick aye? – ‘Cause you can teach– – [Boy] Did you say that
because he said it before? – [Michele] Yeah, no I was just gonna say I really haven’t seen it before. – You’ve done it now guys, that’s it. – [Girl] What? No. (class screams and yells) (slow funky music) ♪ Aunty Donna ♪