During his March 4 broadcast, Twitch streamer Chance ‘Sodapoppin’ Morris revealed the hilarious reason why he was sent to the principal office when he was in school.
Sodapoppin is one of the top streamers on Twitch, boasting millions of followers to his channel. He was well known in the World of Warcraft communities, and has built a viewership on his variety streams.
However during his recent broadcast, the popular personality told a story about getting sent to the principal’s office while in school. And the reason is one of the most hilarious things you will hear all week.
Sodapoppin shares hilarious school story
The streamer was in the middle of playing Survival Horror game Daymare: 1998 when he got onto the subject of his school years with his chat. He then admitted that he attended a religious private institution.
The Twitch personality talked about almost being bullied once, but clarified that it quickly stopped because students’ punishments were amplified due to the strictness of the rules.
“Because you got to understand, it was a Christian private school, alright? So like everything you said that was bad in that school was amplified because there was a chance you would be saying it to someone that’s going to report you to the principal. And you could get expelled,” he explained.
Soda admitted that he had to actually go to the principal’s office on his very first day of school. He explained to his viewers that he had gotten into trouble with one of his teachers.
“I got sent to the principal’s office day one of my private school, because I said ‘Oh my God’… Or actually, I said ‘Jesus Christ, I’m bad at art!’ Like I said that, and the art teacher heard me and said ‘You can’t say the Lord’s name in vain!'”
His revelation of what landed him in hot water had his chat in stitches. He then exclaimed, “Then I said ‘Oh my God, I’m so sorry!’ … I said the Lord’s name again. She thought I was f**king with her, so principals office!”
We’ve all been there, getting into trouble at school for what at the time seemed like an arbitrary rule. However if Sodapoppin’s story is anything to go off of, it seems private schools don’t mess around.
The streamer continues to crush it on the Amazon-owned streaming platform. At the time of writing the personality has over 2.6 million followers, and is one of the top watched channels.