Today in math class, Ms. Sharp lost another one.

She was reportedly in the middle of discussing the intricacies of trigonometric equations when Michael Murton, whose phone had recently been confiscated, erupted with a yawn so thunderous that it caused his neck to snap.

According to an anonymous classroom source, Michael had been at a loss as to what to do without his phone’s instant gratification. His imagination hadn’t been used since the iPhone 6, so daydreaming was out of the question. He had tried fidgeting with a piece of gum under his desk, but its novelty was short-lived.

It didn’t matter now though. Michael was free: he had gone to the Great Beyawn.

The other students looked on in envy at his corpse while Ms. Sharp resumed her lesson.

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