People couldn't comprehend how a school could allow such an inappropriate flyer to go up. Perhaps they thought "bust a nut" was simply a phrase about cracking open a peanut or walnut. But, of course, that's not what it means at all.
It could have been a case of adults at the school trying to be cool. But maybe they should have consulted with a trustworthy student first before printing the flyer. Or they could have at least consulted with Urban Dictionary.
It's also possible that the flyer wasn't put up by a school official at all. Perhaps it was printed out by a very clever student pulling a prank. In any case, the reactions on Twitter just kept coming.
It's true, the "Blow Your L.O.A.D." initiative was a very bad idea. On the one hand, "Love Oreos All Day" may seem fairly harmless. On the other hand, it was wrong for the school to accept that corporate sponsorship from Nabisco.
However, not everyone was amused by the "Bust A N.U.T." flyer. There was thing about it that's extremely offensive. Put as many accidentally offensive slogans on a flyer all you want, but at least use a non-embarrassing font.
But on the whole, the flyer received near-unanimous approval. It even received this standing ovation from Drake. Sure, it looks like he's actually reacting to a basketball game, but we're pretty sure he's excited because someone just showed him a picture of the flyer.
Of course, this isn't the first accidentally hilariously sign to appear at a school. This one proves that a sign doesn't have to be dirty to show off a school official's lack of judgement. A simple public spelling error can be just about as good.
Unlike Dr. Martin Luther King, Dr. Martian Luther King had a completely different dream. His dream was about coming to earth in a flying saucer and conquering the planet. No word yet on why this school felt the need to honor the alien MLK instead of the other one.
Some of these seem more accidental than others. For this one, the crooked lower-case "i" in "Final" was almost certainly the work of a prankster. Or as the student is referred to at the school, "the world's greatest living hero."