Guardians no longer sad about their children scoring eggs in exams
In an epic U-turn in the outlooks of Bangladeshi parents, eggs -- once considered to be the worst possible outcome -- have now become the most desired marks in the exam papers of their children.
Multiple sources suggest that parents are pushing their children to ensure more eggs in the result-sheet as it is the only way left for the people to own some eggs since their prices spiked out of reach of common people.
"Inspiring your children to obtain eggs in exams is easier than managing that unimaginable amount of money to buy eggs," Saltdaddy, one of the enraged guardians, said standing in front of the Sea Tea College.
Things have changed in just the blink of an eye as prices of eggs skyrocketed and successfully landed on the moon, severing all relationships with the people of Earth. Parents who used to motivate their children not to score eggs, popularly known as Aanda, in exams are reportedly pushing the limits of their children now to score at least a double zero, a pair of eggs -- impossible to buy in Bangladesh unless you belong to the aristocracy.
"My daughter's 91 score in English is the latest sorrow I have been experiencing since the day result was published. Why didn't she score 00? Or at least she could score any number that consists of at least one zero. I am still having nightmares," Gulshani, another disappointed guardian said while eating eggless fuchka in front of Very Hard To Spell Noon School & College.
Parents who used to motivate their children not to score eggs, popularly known as Aanda, in exams are reportedly pushing the limits of their children now to score at least a double zero, a pair of eggs -- impossible to buy in Bangladesh unless you belong to the aristocracy.
Meanwhile, students are having the time of their life. Aiming to score eggs, they stopped studying, spending time at Shahbagh and blocking the roads with a banner that says "We want 50% discount of eggs".
"I scored double-zero at maths last week and my parents seem proud of me," one of the students said.
"I am still in disbelief that my parents asked me to try and score double-zero," another student said.
"My parents pleaded me to avoid writing anything and submit blank pages," said another.
Bachelors are the worst sufferers of the ongoing chaos of the price of eggs. While recording opinions of some bachelors who live on eggs, Dimunna, one such singleton, left our Satireday correspondent astounded with his mind-boggling demand. "Banks offer people car loans, home loans, gadget loans, but why don't they offer us ab egg loan?" he shouted.