We are no teachers, but we can only imagine how hard a job it must be to take care of 30 students at one go.
Thankfully for this teacher, she has a secret weapon to keep her students in line.
Teacher goes roar!
A Primary One and Primary Two teacher from Negeri Sembilan became an overnight social media sensation after a clip of her going from sweet to fierce went viral on TikTok.
In the 30-second video, Herdiana Abdul Hamid, or better known as Teacher Dian, was seen calling out her students' names while coordinating their lunch boxes in class.
But children being children, things started to get a little bit rowdy after a while.
To keep them in check, Teacher Dian's high-pitched tone (which she called "squeaky Doraemon voice") hilariously turned into a deep growl as she instructed her students to wait for their friends before eating.
"The others, sit down, don’t eat yet," Teacher Dian growled as she continues handing out the meals.
You can check out the video below:
Teacher Dian's video has since gone viral on TikTok
, having been viewed more than 17 million times (!!) and garnering more than 1.6 million likes.
In fact, even local celebrities such as Diana Danielle took to their social media pages to parody Teacher Dian's video:
That's how you know you've made it, right?
Teacher Dian told local website mStar
that when she uploaded the video, she did not expect it to go this viral.
The 33-year-old said that she recorded the clip during recess, adding that she started a TikTok account earlier this year to get tips on makeup, parenting and photo editing.
“I changed my squeaky Doraemon voice because I wanted students who already have their food to wait for their classmates,” she was quoted as saying.
And in case you're wondering, yes; Teacher Dian is also garang
“I’m not the fierce type who makes students scared but the kind of fierce that educates children.
“I’m actually a cheerful and funny teacher — I love telling stories and can’t stop once I start.
“I also love making my students happy,” she was further quoted as saying.
How we wish we had a fun teacher like Teacher Dian back in the day.