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Student Hilariously Brings Textbook Images To Life, Thanks To Snapchat

Thanks to Snapchat, textbooks just got a lot more interesting. Mixing funny one-liners with pictures from a literature textbook, one student (who definitely wasn't paying attention in class) came up with some pretty hilarious snaps to send to his friends on the photo messaging app. Luckily, Imgur user MycketKreativtNamn uploaded screenshots so the rest of the world could share in the fun.
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