Woman’s Fake Smile at High School Graduation | Mary Macmillan Viral TikTok Video
A “fake smile at high school graduation” video has gone viral. It shows a young Delaware woman named Mary MacMillan flashing what looks like a brief, fake smile as she accepts her diploma. The young woman then walks across to a suited man who is ready to hand her the diploma.
The video was posted to TikTok by Mary MacMillan, who goes by the handle @marymacmillan.
“The moment on that Time”
When her daughter Presley, who is wearing a tiny graduation gown and cap, heads to the stage to receive her diploma she is asked by her teacher: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
The young girl pauses for thought, before replying: “umm… a witch.”
The whole audience then erupts with laughter at the unexpected moment.
Presley’s mom captioned the video, writing: “So my daughter graduated from preschool tonight did not see that coming!”
However, a video that also recently took TikTok by storm, showcased a preschooler shocking the crowd at her graduation for a very different reason.
So far so normal… if it wasn’t for the facial expression she was pulling.
Macmillan displays a thunderous look, as she crosses the stage and accepts her qualification.
MacMillan has 51,000 followers on her TikTok page.
The movie was shared with Mary Macmillan, known on the internet as @marymacmillan, also reveals her wearing a flowing white dress as she takes to the point.
The young girl then walks to a satisfied man who’s prepared to fulfill her the degree.
So far so ordinary… if it was not for the facial saying she had been yanking.
Macmillan shows a thunderous appearance, as she crosses the stage and takes her eligibility.
But the movie is really funny is that she subsequently briefly strikes a kilowatt smile for the camera before instantly dropping back into the mad glare.
The footage has been shared on April 6, 2020, and has since obtained over 16.5 million times, and exceeded 4 million enjoys.
The clip has recently gained fame on meme website Pubity, and continues to be seen over 9 million times because it was posted on June 9.
A lot of people relate to the emotion captured in the video. That’s especially true for the generation of high school kids who had to come of age during a pandemic.
Macmillan captioned her video, implying she was in on the joke, writing: “The moment I lived for #homechef #NotOneThing #quarantine #lol #ew #highechoolmusical.”