Awesome Teacher Trolls Students With Epic Bottle Flipping Trick Shots

Published July 8, 2017 6,469 Plays

Rumble / Trick ShotsCoolest teacher in Canada has been found. On December 6, 2016, Mr. Marshall officially banned bottle flipping in class 6A. On December 7, he started making this video. On June 29, 2017, he showed it to his students. This video is one that Mr. Marshall and his students will truly remember for a long time! It really is epic!

The teacher is so cool, he even bombs his students by saying that bottle flipping isn't all that impressive to begin with. "Just little air, little water, get the right ratio, the center of gravity low and the rest is just physics," says Mr. Marshall. He then proceeds to flip a water bottle in every place of his house, in corners, in cups, while eating a banana, on top of a projector, in his shoes, on the toilet...really, why is that such a big deal?

Don't you wish that you had a teacher such as Mr. Marshall? He seems so cool and awesome, especially since he made this video for his students to watch. It is really funny how he banned water bottle flipping in his class, only to make this video to show his students. His calm, cool attitude during the whole video really does show how unimpressed he is about this whole water bottle flipping trend. Also, did you see how cute that baby he is holding is?! She didn't seem all that impressed though!

Mr.Marshall's class probably will not attempt water bottle flipping in his class least until next year! They could always get more school supplies from Amazon to prepare them for next year, or even more water bottles!

Do you remember and teacher from school that was wacky and fun? Let us know in the comment section!


  • BroncoBob, 2 years ago

    I had the coolest teacher in Flint, Michigan, Went to Zimmerman Jr. High 7th,8th, and 9th grade. He took us out to the "Driving Range" to learn to swing golf clubs, quite often, it turned out very well for me. His name was Mr. James Culnon, I also remember being in his classroom one day, when he left to go to the Principal's office, he returned to inform us, students, that John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas. November 12, 1963, what a sad day for us. Mr. Culnon was a Wounded Military Veteran, I still say he was the best teacher I had. This story wasn't wacky but it was a fun story, partly. Thank's.

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