Source Pravda.Ru

Have Poor Marks? Ask Cockroach to Do Away With Them

Pupils from the Russian city of Yekaterinburg invented a new wonderful method to get rid of poor marks written in their school diaries. They are ready to share the new experience with other pupils who often get poor marks and don’t want to disappoint their parents with the fact of bad progress at school.

The new method is as follows. You should catch 10-20 cockroaches, put them into a small box and starve the insects for 2-3 days. Then you should pour some sweet syrup on the hateful poor mark in your diary and draw the diary open wide closer to the box with cockroaches. Yekaterinburg pupils say that hungry insects will immediately devour the syrup together with the ink and the space under the poor mark on the paper will be clean once again. Isn’t it a wonderful idea? You should try and find out if it’s effective.

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