2 Dead, 1 Injured in Paper Airplane Incident.

John Ballarino

Tragedy occurred today when two Franklin High School students in a shocking accident involving a paper airplane. The students, whose names have yet to be released, had folded the device during their precalculus course, and threw it toward the front of the room. But the plane was too low, and went straight threw the skull of two students. Sources confirm a third student was hit in the eye.

“The poor kids never saw it coming” reported the teacher, speaking on the condition of anonymity. “I always told them, ‘Don’t throw paper airplanes’, but they never listen. They think its some kind of joke. And now they’re dead”.

“Certainly, any time a student dies is tragedy. But it was a miracle that it didn’t turn out worse than it did. Everyone in that classroom is lucky to be alive right now.”

At the time of this report, it appears that charges of manslaughter will be brought against the party responsible.

Franklin high school seems to be prone to this sort of tragedy. There was an incident earlier this year where a student died running in the halls. Last year, a teacher died in an explosion resulting from a student filling out a scantron sheet with a number 3 pencil.

Okay, if you are reading this then either:

A) You believed it and will believe anything (because this never actually happened)


B) You know it is not true, but wonder why we have so many rules limiting what we can do.  Do people actually fear that kids will die via paper airplane?