Offbeat Comedian, professor Adam Heath Avitable hilariously live tweets catastrophic first day of class

08:35  22 january  2017
08:35  22 january  2017 Source:   Houston Chronicle

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Professor , comedian Adam Heath Avitable live tweeted the painful moments where no students showed up to his class . >>keep clicking to see the hilarious moments unfold.

This is comedian and teacher Adam Heath Avitable . You know that college rule - if the professor is more than fifteen minutes late, class is canceled? Does the opposite apply as well? pic. twitter .com/IX0QzbX37Z.

It's always a good day for students when the professor is 15 minutes late to class, but the effect is not quite the same if it's the professor waiting on the students.

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@ avitable . Comedian , Speaker, Author of Interviews with Dead Celebrities. Embed Tweet . Adam Heath Avitable ‏@ avitable 2h2 hours ago. I don't have a hurricane kit. How awesome was @ avitable today?! #FLBlogCon @ Full Sail Live Auditorium https Thank you for a fun day for FL bloggers! pic. twitter .com/n840oWm 1 Kk.

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Professor Adam Heath Avitable got to experience the feeling first had when none of his students showed up for class.

Avitable, who is also a comedian based in Florida according to his Twitter page, live tweeted the moments as time passed and he remained alone in the classroom.

It wasn't until 95 minutes after class started that two lone students walked in and — according to the tweets — didn't even bother to apologize before plopping down at some computers.

Hopefully Avitable has better luck next time.

Take a look through the gallery above to see the hilarious saga unfold.

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