Wouldn't it be lovely if the answer was always this simple?
Reddit user Blahson claims they are a teacher, and posted an image of one of their students' answers to a geography question on the internet.
We've seen this before, so we think we know where this is going.
The question was on geography, asking:
What country owns Greenland? (Hint it's not Greenland)
The image, posted on Imgur, has been widely shared because of its cutting answer:
For those who haven't worked it out, had u/Blahson asked 'which' country, things may have gone down differently. It's hilarious.
However, some reddit users have claimed that it is a fake - in fact u/Blahson's only comment is in reply to someone imploring others on reddit to "stop up voting this turd" for the "poorly executed fake", to which u/Blahson replies:
Can't help it if I've got clever students and I'm proud of them!
Blahson has been contacted for comment by indy100.
It's not the first time Blahson posted one of their students' geography answers - there's also this response mocking Donald Trump with the targeted intonation and humour of someone many years their elder...