When Justin Bieber was in Norway last year, the Mayor of Oslo almost had to declare a State of Emergency after thousands of crazed Beliebers trampled over each other while trying to get to their Jesus. Bieber Fever is the #1 mental illness affecting children in Norway. So because of this, five schools in western Norway have moved midterm exams a week later so students can go and see the most famous dancing fetus in the world on April 16th and 17th and in Oslo.
Time says that the five schools are 230 miles away from Oslo, so students would have to miss exams to drive to and from the concert. Norway’s education minister said that she’s not going to shoot down the schools’ decision:
“I am concerned that students should be concentrating when they take tests and midterms. The local schools have the responsibility to schedule the local midterms, and if they think there is any reason to change the dates, they have authority to do so. We’ve all been 14-years-old and know that interests can be intense.”
I just ate two raw hot dogs wrapped in two Kraft singles, so I’m obviously no expert when it comes to knowing what a good decision is, but I’m going to say that this is a good decision. If they didn’t cancel midterms, half of the students would not show up, drop out of school, go on welfare, get pregnant and then raise their babies to be the next generation of Beliebers. The other half would show up with revenge in their hearts and they’d destroy all their teachers by blasting a bunch of Bieber songs.
But then again, knowing that he has the power to temporarily stop the education system in Norway is going to make Justin Bieber’s already expanding head grow bigger. His head is just a few inches away from being as big as the planet. We’re doomed either way.