Kids these days are like detonators, one wrong move can trigger a massive explosion with consequences that even adults can’t deal with. Further, the heights to which their imagination can sore, is unimaginable. Their quirky thoughts often leave us speechless and amazed at their creativity and this 5th grade student seems to be the torch-bearer of all those whiz kids. Meet this ‘future science leader‘ who made a ground-breaking discovery about our beloved actor Dwayne Johnson. He found his brother.
Remember, the 7-year-old girl who wrote to Sundar Pichai asking for a job? Yes, they are that concerned about their future, while we were still wishing for ‘Butter Chicken‘ at home. You can never win over kids and the ‘Fast and Furious‘ actor too couldn’t stay away from this kid’s charm and ingenuity and took to Twitter to share the excitement for having found his ‘abiotic brother‘.
???????????????????????? My abiotic brother. (great job to the very cool 5th grader who did this) #Rock https://t.co/OHEZXlxBgY
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) April 21, 2017
Being a true sport, Dwayne further posted this tweet boasting about the ‘future science leader‘ and how he was nowhere close to this smart kid. Honestly, in front of today’s generation, we will always remain dim-witted.
Very cool and creative 5th grader who will become a future science leader. Unlike myself in 5th grade who got suspended for using ????????in class https://t.co/IjHokYjyxJ
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) April 22, 2017
In our school days, most of us spent our time pulling pranks on teachers, bunking classes to watch movies, and sleeping in the library for hours in the name of studying. But, this generation is instead tapping their energy to deal with pressing global issues and drawing bizarre conclusions. We all cracked jokes about ‘The Rock‘ and ‘A Rock‘ but never thought of jotting down so many similarities. Well, now we can’t wait to see the ‘Fast & Furious‘ actor make his way to the school textbooks. Apparently, this project wasn’t meant to be graded, but given the power we would have given him A+, a star, smiley and a Nobel prize for creativity.
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