A YouTube parody poking fun at passing certificates issued for all students who sat for official exams.
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Toothless and howling with laughter, a middle aged talk show guest has been recast in a belly laughing YouTube parody about the decision to issue passing certificates for all students who sat for official exams.Using a clip form a foreign language talk show in which an infectiously eccentric guest collapses with laughter, fake subtitles in Arabic turn the clip into a humorous parody over the passing certificates. The guest then swells with bottled up laughter before breaking out and screaming, with the subtitles declaring "I PASSED!" and the man sending out waves of choked squawks across the studio.The belly tickling parody was inspired by Education Minister Elias Bou Saab's controversial decision to issue passing certificates to thousands of students who took official exams, after efforts failed to convince teachers to back down on their boycott of correcting the tests Saturday.
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