Many years ago when I was studying for O'Levels (THAT long ago) we had something called Saturday Morning Tests. As the subject was not announced in advance everyone had to attend; if it was not one of your own subjects you could revise something else.
One week it was history. In those days everyone did history; everyone except one girl who I think was called Caroline. As she was the only person in the school who didn't do history (imagine that today!) the teacher taking the test (who was not the history teacher) was unaware of this and handed out a test sheet to everyone in the hall, including Caroline. Amused, Caroline read it through. It would appear that her own revision didn't take long because after a while she decided to answer one of the questions, which went something like this:
Describe Home Rule and some of the other bills Gladstone passed as Prime Minister
Caroline decided to have some fun and despite knowing nothing whatsoever about the subject she created a very amusing essay. She wrote about his gas bill, his laundry bill, his kitchen bill; she wrote about his wife's expensive clothes bill; the cost of all the staff he employed, memorably the gardener with grand ideas; and so on. She handed in the paper and as it was in the middle of the pile the history teacher duly came to it and started to mark it. Obviously it didn't take long for the initial surprise to wear off and it was read out to all of us amidst much laughter and gaiety.
I will say no more!