Chak de phatte: (Punjabi) an expression you might use to encourage your side in a battle against the Mughal army, in a sporting event, or in a video game competition.

Look, it’s Saranjit. Hmm.

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Panel 1: The girls on the Republic Girls' Club smile. Head teacher: "Well done, girls. Next I'm chuffed to bring up our Apocalypse Ant team."
Panel 2: Head teacher: "Our own Blue Ants did not disappoint in last week's tournament, trouncing the girls from Sri Citizenship-- a amelu school!"
Panel 3: The audience applauds the Apocalypse Ant team, who stand along the wall of the gym-- Safia, Maida, Zaynab, Jewana, and Maria. Head teacher: "Let's have a round of applause for Kilwa, Jaridi, Ahmed-Kosovar, Khan, and Januario!"
Panel 4: Maida bows her head and smiles. Narrator: "For the first time in as long as I could remember, I felt like what happened in my life was up to me."
Panel 5: The Apocalypse Ant team high-fives each other at the front of the assembly and accepts the accolades of other students. Girls: "Blue Ants form up!" "Chak de phatte!" "Go Blue!"
Panel 6: Saranjit sits somewhere in the audience and gestures a small explosion with her hands. Saranjit (whispering): "Boom."