English Teacher Receives “Fuck You” Letter From Student, Edits It To Highlight Asshole Senior’s Stupidity

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Something tells me this English teacher at McKinley High School in Somewhere, USA, is probably “the man,” or “the woman,” because the response he or she gave after receiving a “Fuck You” letter from a presumably anonymous student is fucking awesome.

Not only did the teacher grammatically correct the shit out of the letter, making the student look like an imbecile, but he or she did it in a clever way so to avoid any punishment from the school’s administrators.

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The teacher’s list of corrections is incredible, considering the letter is only a mere 101 words.

• Date?
• Formal writing should not include profanity.
• –> lowercase
• –> Run-on sentence
• Don’t start a sentence w/ a conjunction.
• –> (comma needed)
• should be lowercase
• comma splice
• –> Is the a better synonym for this?
• (capitalize “Wuthering Heights”)
• –> Underline or italicize of large works. Capitalize titles.
• (two more commas needed)
• (a smiley face is not appropriate punctuation)
• spellcheck “Sincerely,” yet another comma needed
• (write out McKinley)
• –> indent signature line

And the knockout punch:

*Please use your education appropriately. Proofreading takes five minutes & keeps you from looking stupid.*

In other words, the teacher pretty much said, “BOOM. You just got roasted, you high school chump. Fuck you for not taking your education seriously. Also, fuck you, because people like you make the world less intelligent, despite my best efforts. Good luck with the rest of your life. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.”

Well played, teach. I feel like this comeback is on the level of Mr. Turner from “Boy Meets World,” and it’s common knowledge he’s one of the coolest high school English teachers of all time.

From what I can infer from Reddit, the teacher left the note pinned to his or her door for the whole school to see.

Nice move.

[via Reddit]

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      SoBro

      Me, when my printer is out of black ink. Then I continue to print in blue until my printer is out of color ink. Rinse and repeat.

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      Deltahigh

      not that bold. they didnt sign their name although i bet it wouldnt be too hard for the teacher to figure it out

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    SombreroPledge

    What I don’t get is, the student admits the teacher was a pretty cool person, why the “fuck you”? I can see writing a letter that you aren’t going to do the project but if the teacher was a good teacher…

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    thebfm

    Can’t thank you enough for publishing this. As a professional editor, it makes my heart sing to see a teacher turn this kind of thing around with such panache. Someday this student will find out that the ability to communicate clearly and correctly is one of the most important skills a person can have.

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