CONNECTICUT (21Alive) -- Students at a New England school are no longer allowed to quote the Geico "Hump Day" commercial.
The Connecticut school's superintendent told News 10, an ABC affiliate, that some 6th grade boys were using the phase so much that it was becoming disruptive. Some students say that the commercial wasn't just being quoted on Wednesdays, it was being quoted daily.
The superintendent said this isn't a district or school wide issue, but that teachers just wanted to get it to stop.
The commercial is so catchy, even the White House tweets about it.
Guess what day it is… pic.twitter.com/YG8o5fIN4m— The White House (@WhiteHouse) August 14, 2013
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