It’s fun when you can get a joke in another language, even if it is middle school potty humour. I’ve come across this joke before, and it’s a funny demonstration of the pronunciation differences between Chinese and English.
The dialogue in English and Chinese (with mouseover pinyin) is below the video clip:
Kid: [Mouth] çŒ«å±Žï¼ Cat poo!
Teacher: å¯¹ï¼ Correct!
Kid: [Earth] è€³å±Žï¼ Earwax!
Teacher: å¥½ï¼ Good!
Kid: [Bees] é¼»å±Žï¼ Snot!
Teacher: æœ€åŽä¸€ä¸ªï¼ Last one!
Kid: [Last] æ‹‰å±Žï¼ Go poo!
Teacher: å…¨ç”å¯¹äº†ï¼ æ‹‰å®Œå±Žä¹‹åŽå‘¢â€¦â€¦ï¼Ÿ All answered correctly! And after going poo…?
Kid: [Yes] çˆ·æ»ï¼ Grandpa dies!
Kid: [Nice] å¥¶æ»ï¼ Grandma dies!
Kid: [Bus] çˆ¸æ»ï¼ Dad dies!
Teacher: å“¦ï¼Œå¥½ï¼ Oh, great!
Kid: [Knees] ä½ æ»ï¼ You die!
Teacher: å—¯ Mmm-hmm.
Kid: [Was] æˆ‘æ»ï¼ I die!
Kid: [Does] éƒ½æ»ï¼ All die!
Teacher: éƒ½æ»ä¹‹åŽï¼Ÿ After everybody dies?
Kid: [One dollar] å®Œè›‹äº†ï¼ (We’re) doomed! [lit. “The egg is done”; fig. “We’re done for/doomed/finished/toast”.]
Teacher: å…¨ç”å¯¹äº†ï¼ All answered correctly!