It was December 6th, 2016, a day Nathan Marshall's students would never forget. The day the 6th grade teacher would ban bottle flipping for a year.
The reason for the ban was simple: the kids simply wouldn't stop doing it. That doesn't mean that the teachers at Marshall's school didn't try their best to incorporate bottle flipping into their lesson plans. They looked at the science behind the why-did-this-get-popular phenomenon in math class through motion geometry. Scientific variables were taught via bottle flipping, but Marshall says this still didn't stop the kids from flipping said water bottles at the worst possible moments in class.
So Marshall decided to ban the bottle flipping for good. But to add insult to injury, he decided to film himself performing a variety of seemingly impossible bottle-flipping challenges for a supercut of amazingness that would astound his students and get them jealous of his incredible bottle flipping skills. Or, probably not because, you know, the bottle flipping fad is kinda over.