A college professor is getting showered with praise online — thanks to a “wild” Zoom class moment.
The viral moment comes courtesy of user Amelia Charamand-Quelas (@amoneyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy0). In a series of videos, the TikToker showed how her master’s-level accounting professor hosted an exam review session online — as a potato.
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Charamand-Quelas’ clips are just the latest instance of students capturing bizarre behavior during online classes. In the past, TikTokers have caught their classmates calling in from the dentist’s office and their professors unknowingly lecturing for “two hours” while on mute. Meanwhile, others have shared tricks for slacking off during Zoom class.
All of those strange instances drew mixed reactions online. However, the reaction to Charamand-Quelas’ accounting professor was pretty uniform. Everybody seems to love him.
“Btw he proceeded to teach the material [with] this filter,” Charamand-Quelas captioned her first video, which has nearly 15 million views.
In the clip, Charamand-Quelas records her computer screen as her accounting professor starts class. The teacher, disguised as a potato wearing a party hat, flies into the call to the soundtrack of 2 Unlimited’s “Get Ready For This.”
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From there, he proceeds to move his eyes underneath the filter as the potato dances with a pair of sparklers in its hands. In a follow-up video, Charamand-Quelas showed that her professor had plenty of jokes prepared for class.
Needless to say, TikTokers were blown away by the professor’s behavior. In the comments of Charamand-Quelas’ videos, users poured in praise for the “amazing” and “adorable” routine.
“The smile on his face is bringing me so much joy,” one commenter wrote.
“Give this man several raises,” another added.
“‘Where do you find these teachers?” another asked.
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