School workbook's erroneous term 'Banana Rice Tereces' has the Internet laughing in tears

School workbook's erroneous term 'Banana Rice Tereces' has the Internet laughing in tears

- A picture of a portion of a suspected history or social studies text book surfaced online and has taken social media by storm in just a few moments

- The school workbook's erroneous term 'Banana Rice Tereces' becomes an online 'laughingstock' for netizens

- Netizens gave their priceless reactions to the said term and some even condemned the creator of the said workbook

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One netizen on Facebook shared a photo of a small workbook portion which reads "Banana Rice Tereces."

KAMI learned about the viral picture because of its instant trending status on Facebook. Netizens cry out of laughter and immediately thought of memes and other witty photos to comment.

Netizens gave their mixed reactions, of which many were witty enough to make you laugh and other were spiteful enough for the authors of the book that has not been named yet.

The netizen who shared the video is Anthony S. Comedia and he captioned the photo: "Very wrong. “Tereces” na nga, Banana pa."

As said, this post instantly became a laughingstock among netizens:

"May banana ba si terisa pag kakaalam ko tahong yung kanya at dalawang bundok"

"Banana rice tereces" Parang minion(yellow sa despicable me) naman ata nagsulat nito"

"baka naman puro banana ang tanim diyan kaya ganyan ang tawag hahaha!!!"

"Bagong discover ba yan. Sana mapuntahan ko. "

Furious netizens also shared their own sentiments:

"Oh no , wats hapening mga pipol of Pinas ?"

"banana na tereces pa. ang kalidad ng edukasyon ngayon kaya madaming nagiging mangmang."

"Ay sus..mag aral ulit ng AP/History at Spelling."

"Meton cguro auto correct ung ginamit n pan type, hndi na din ni review, tsk tsk tsk."

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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