PUSH AND TUCK'S SCHOOL OF FOOL
Although the school attracts chaotic individuals (in masse) the school itsself is very well oraganized. The leadership of Push and Tuck embody the phrase “in the madness there is genuis.” Students quickly learn to never doubt the intelligence behind the curriculium. The only percieved flaw behind the department is the inherent self-centered nature of Push and Tuck. It appears that aside from one another, they are typically ego centered.
Push and Tuck suffer from extrodinary amount of charisma which contributes to their self centered view. It also leads to teacher worship. There have been many “stalkers” or “obsessed fans” that the duo have had to deal with. Fortunately, due to their specialized field, there has never been a jealousy from other staff.
There are tons of stories of Push and Tuck’s shinengans. Funny stories from dying Hannibal’s hair pink to setting up a full scale market in the school that sold “nothing” have become entrenched in the lore and legend of the school. One of the more famous stories (which may be prone to exagerration) is a magic trick that Push executed where she made it appear as if her body split into six portions: arms, legs, head and torso. Then these portions moved around campus, seemingly, on their own. When Hannibal is pressed about how she accomplished this, he always shuffles it off believing that,
“… their practical jokes are efficiently designed for attention. This attention is translated in the mind as affection. It is a waste of time to give affection towards a silly sleight of hand meant only to sooth a worn ego.”
Tuck (the quieter of the two) loves spreading wild rumors about everything. He enjoys seeing how outrageous a lie he can get people to believe. Once claiming to see an alien craft land … once investigated it turned out ot be the wheel of a cart.