Few people know that there are several layers in a plastic pudding cup. Even fewer know that, with a bit of perseverance, you can separate the layers and have a super-cool-neato bag of pudding and an empty plastic cup. Read on to find out how.
You will need:
an unopened plastic pudding cup (your choice of flavour)
fairly thin fingers (If you have enormous meaty hands, forget it. You're just going to make a huge mess.)
about 10-20 minutes (depending on your skill level)
Also, it makes it a lot harder not to pop the bag if you have grotesque, talon-like fingernails, so cut them to a reasonable length before you begin. If you have extremely short fingernails, this might be pretty hard for you. Fingernails 1-2 mm long are ideal.
Step 1: Preparation
I would also suggest washing your hands first, in case you do break the pudding open and still want to eat it. Nine year olds have filthy hands, and any food touched by them is teeming with death.
As an aside, I am almost positive that this will not work with yoghurt. You can try if you want, but be prepared to fail and become the laughing stock of grade 4.