A primary school teacher asked her class to use the word “definitely” in a sentence.
“The sky is definitely blue,” says Gemma.
“Sorry, Gemma,” the teacher says. “The sky can also be grey or orange depending on the weather and time of day.”
“Trees are definitely green,” says Johnny.
“Sorry, Johnny,” the teacher says. “Some trees can change colour depending on the season.”
Stevie puts his hand up. “Does a fart have lumps?”
The teacher is horrified. “Of course not, Stevie!”
“Okay,” says Stevie. “Then I definitely need to change my pants.”