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Teachers Creative Response To Rude Student Letter

An English teacher at McKinley High School (city unknown) received a letter from one of her students that was taped to the door of the classroom, according to a posting on Reddit.

The 101-word letter was full of grammatical and spelling errors, and also contained curse words and name calling directed at the teacher.

And how did the teacher respond?

By correcting all of the student's mistakes.

The teacher went through and sliced and diced the letter in red marker, noting everything from not having a date to not indenting the signature line to a comma splice.

And at the bottom, the teacher had one last smack down for the student by writing: "*Please use your education appropriately. Proofreading takes five minutes & keeps you from looking stupid.*"

How perfect was that?!

See the letter below. Note: Some readers might find some of the language offensive.

THE UNCORRECTED LETTER IN FULL

Dear English IV Teacher

During my time in your class It's been fun enjoyed the class for the most part. You're a pretty cool teacher and you taught us a lot. But seeing that this senior project is over I plan to do no more work for English IV. I believe that my classmates will agree when I say this next statement: F*** You, F*** English IV, I'm pretty much out this b****. Oh and that essay you want us to write for wuthering heights..f*** that too or any other work you're expecting us to do

Sincerly every Senior @MCK