Next we've got a camera for a kid who accidentally dropped his camera after his school trip(!), a Naruto headband, one of the ubiquitous Mono erasers, a guy getting dome-shot with a soccerball, a Mugiwara straw hat logo coloring-job, a Domo-kun, and then three riffs on my Pizza cat, including a Reborn version.
But our anchor piece is a riff on a hilarious student-written dialog written for a lesson on "May I, Could you." Here's their script:
お: Excuse me, Ms. [Redacted],
May I speak to you?
お: Could you speak Chinese?
た: I'm sorry. I'm [sic.] don't speak Chinese.
お: I see.
た: May I ask you a question?
お: I'm sorry. I don't like questions.
I imagined a poor member of the newspaper club earnestly trying to interview her slightly conceited, aloof senpai. Tragic, adorable, hilarious. These kids are really talented writers when they try, but also when they don't, but mostly when they do.