Okay, this is just too cool not to share. Someone flew a drone (with permission, presumably) into a school in Japan with a bunch of schoolgirls in the classroom and hallway and stairs, giving the girls credit for participating in the videos. The sheer level of piloting skill in these videos is somewhat breathtaking, in addition to the unique perspective the drone cam offers in moving around. And before anyone gets worried, everything about these videos is rated G.
You can see that the wall clock shows a time of 11:30 in the first video, so presumably the filming was happening during a lunch break, and in the second video the wall clock shows 4:40, which is presumably after classes were finished for the day.
Both videos are less than 2 minutes long each and just really nice to watch (although the girls are more cheerful and lively in the second video, while the first is more carefully staged).
For those not familiar with the Japanese language, オンナノコ (onnanoko) is simply the word for "girl" (singular) ... but the usual way to pluralize the word (in Japanese) would be to add a "tachi" onto it so you'd wind up with onnanokotachi ... but that wasn't done in this case. Instead, whoever made this video borrowed the English style of pluralization of adding an "s" on the end, resulting in オンナノコズ (onnanokoz(u)), which then translates out at "girls" (plural).
Verbogeny is one of many pleasurettes afforded a creatific thinkerizer.