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Tink Trynna DRINK in the Classroom ?? Wild 'N Out

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  • Introduction to Video Content
  • In this video titled 'Tink Trynna DRINK in the Classroom', the cast of Wild 'N Out engages in a hilarious and energetic skit set in a classroom. The video begins with the question, 'Hey, what are we doing in the classroom?' as various cast members share their responses. DC enters the classroom, followed by other cast members, adding to the chaotic atmosphere. Throughout the skit, the cast members playfully engage in wordplay and rhymes, creating a humorous and entertaining environment. In this lively classroom setting, they joke about their teeth, making drinks, and various other topics. The energy and laughter in the classroom are contagious as the cast members continue to engage in playful banter. As the skit progresses, the cast members repeat the phrase 'kick him out the classroom,' adding to the comedic effect. The video showcases the quick wit and comedic talent of the Wild 'N Out cast members, providing a fun and enjoyable experience for viewers. The skit concludes with the cast members exiting the classroom, marking the end of this entertaining segment.
  • Subtitles section
  • In the classroom.
  • In the classroom.
  • Hey, what we doing in the classroom?
  • Uh, we got DC in the classroom.
  • Yeah, uh, see me in the classroom.
  • That's right, see my teeth in the classroom.
  • Trying to get my GD in the classroom.
  • I'm riding in the G in the classroom.
  • I'm not defeated in the classroom.
  • All is defeated.
  • Defeated?
  • I don't know.
  • All is defeated.
  • All is defeated.
  • Defeated?
  • What did you say?
  • G!
  • He said G!
  • Keep him out the classroom.
  • Hey, what we doing in the classroom?
  • I'm sitting next to Tink in the classroom.
  • I'm trying to make a drink in the classroom.
  • Something stink in the classroom.
  • His stomach blink in the classroom.
  • I wear pink in the classroom.
  • My teeth is sick in the classroom.
  • You know, I'm in the sink in the classroom.
  • It's different, it's different.
  • I hear Tink in his classroom.
  • No, he's good, he's good.
  • In the sink in his titty sink.
  • Those are different sinks.
  • Get your fingers out the classroom.
  • I got one!
  • It was your girl in The classroom.
  • Hey, I'm just chilling in the classroom.
  • Yo, I'm a villain in the classroom.
  • Listen, I'm what you're dealing in the classroom.
  • With your girl, I'll be drilling in the classroom.
  • Money ain't got no ceilings in the classroom.
  • Kick him out the classroom.
  • Kick him out the classroom.
  • Hey, what we doing in the classroom?
  • I'm still sitting next to Tink in the classroom.
  • I'm still trying to get a drink in the classroom.
  • I really want to think in the classroom.
  • Boy, your stomach is pink in the classroom.
  • Me and you should link in the classroom.
  • I'm about to beat my *** in the classroom.
  • Kick him out the classroom.
  • You gonna beat your ***.
  • Kick him out the classroom.
  • Hey, what we doing in the classroom?
  • Hey, I'm still up in the damn classroom.
  • Yo, I'm out.
  • Ah, kick him out the classroom.
  • Ah, kick him out the classroom.
  • Hey, what we doing in the classroom?
  • Hey, I'm self-employed in the classroom.
  • Yo, I'm full of joy in the classroom.
  • You act like toys in the classroom.
  • You act like Roy in the classroom.
  • Chicago Illinois is in the classroom.
  • Like Roy in the classroom.
  • Yo, I got poise in the classroom.
  • I'm about to be deployed to the classroom.
  • I'm sipping doy in the classroom.
  • What?
  • Kick him out the classroom.
  • Ah, kick him out the classroom.
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