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Young woman hilariously portrays what it’s like to grow up at an Australian school

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Glamorous comic, 25, shares relatable videos showing what school is like in Australia – from teachers interrupting a test to picking up playground rubbish and copying another girl’s formal dress

  • Millie Ford, 25, has gone viral on TikTok for portraying Australian school teachers
  • In a series of parody videos she is seen poking fun at students and staff
  • One video mocks teachers who force students to collect rubbish before recess
  • Another TikTok shows the tense conversation about two girls’ formal dresses 

A young woman has captured with startling accuracy what it’s like going to school in Australia by mocking various types of teachers and student cliques. 

Millie Ford, 25, from Sydney, has more than 15million likes on TikTok for her portrayals of quirky art teachers, those that love to interrupt a class during a test and professors that force their students to pick up rubbish before going to recess.

Her ‘spot-on’ impressions of school staff include shoving used tissues down her sleeve, wearing her watch on the underside of her wrist and stomping through hallways in high heels.

The 25-year-old also pokes fun at specific friendship groups that form in an average Aussie high school including one awkward video which shows the ‘popular girl’ accusing another student of copying her formal dress. 

Millie Ford, 25, from Sydney, has gone viral on TikTok for her hilarious portrayals of Australian school teachers

In one TikTok, which garnered close to a million views, the 25-year-old portrayed how there was always one teacher so loud that students could always hear coming down the hallway – no matter how far away she was.

Ms Ford can be seen stomping down the stairwell and laughing hysterically as she pretends to chat with another teacher whilst her lanyard full of various keys sways from side to side.

In another video the young woman mimicked the quirky but beloved art teacher nearly all Aussies found themselves in a class with.

Speaking in a high-pitched voice and wearing a bizarre array of clothing, Ms Ford filmed herself complaining about students who left dirty paintbrushes in the sink – all while having splashes of paint on her face.

Ms Ford is seen pretending to be the teacher that always interrupts classes while students are in the middle of a test

In another video she's seen impersonating the teachers that would make students pick up rubbish before going to recess

Ms Ford is seen pretending to be the teacher that always interrupts classes while students are in the middle of a test

The 25-year-old hilariously mocked teachers and students at Aussie schools and now has more than 350,000 followers on TikTok

The 25-year-old hilariously mocked teachers and students at Aussie schools and now has more than 350,000 followers on TikTok

TIKTOKKER MILLIE FORD’S BEST AUSSIE SCHOOL IMPRESSIONS 

1. The art teacher covered in paint that loves to draw over other students’ work

2. The teacher that makes students pick up pieces of rubbish before they’re allowed to go to recess

3. Staff that wear high heels and chat so loudly in school hallways that students can hear them coming

4. Teachers shoving used tissues up their sleeves and wearing watches on the underside of their wrists

5. High school girls competing over formal dresses

6. Teachers that love to interrupt classrooms to speak to other staff and wave to students

7. Teachers who whenever they’re sick make their class read or watch movies

8. Teachers that stand too close when helping a student with their work 

‘Boys and girls I’ve just been down the back and I’ve found these paintbrushes left in the sink. Someone hasn’t cleaned these properly, there’s paint on the ends,’ the teacher dubbed ‘Bronwyn’ said.

‘Who did that? Who left them in the sink?’

Ms Ford also filmed a parody of a teacher who loved to interrupt a class in the midst of an exam.

Popping her head around the doorway and winking to the students working, the TikTokker knocked on the door as she asked a fellow teacher how they were running their test.

‘Sorry Ms Simpson I can see you guys are doing your test, we’re about to do ours,’ she says as she grins guiltily and waves to the students.

Some of Ms Ford's viral videos show her mocking art teachers, staff who are sick and students fighting over formal dresses

Some of Ms Ford’s viral videos show her mocking art teachers, staff who are sick and students fighting over formal dresses

Ms Ford then covers her face with her folder as she asks the teacher a question about the test before jokingly instructing the students to ‘get back to work!’.

In another relatable video the 25-year-old forced all her students to stay behind until they’d picked up ten pieces of rubbish – a type of teacher most Aussies know too well.

Ms Ford, while pretending to be a student, then picked up one piece of rubbish before tearing it into ten smaller bits.

One of her most popular videos depicts a cringeworthy conversation between a student and the year’s ‘popular girl’ regarding their formal dresses.

‘I just find it weird because I was thinking of wearing a strapless green dress and suddenly you post about wearing one,’ the supposed popular girl said.

‘I’m just really weird about people copying me. So just in case I do think of wearing it do you think you could possibly return yours?’. 

Many members of her huge fan base have admitted to watching Ms Ford’s videos as part of their daily routines.

‘These are way too accurate,’ one commented.

‘I’m actually reliving these experiences from your videos. Can’t stop watching,’ another said.

‘I’m a teacher and I’m so triggered because I do all these things!’ One embarrassed educator confessed. 

Ms Ford is seen depicting the odd art teacher students often found themselves being taught by

Ms Ford also impersonated teachers that walk so loudly in hallways students can hear them no matter how far away they are

Ms Ford is seen depicting the odd art teacher students often found themselves being taught by 

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