A high school English teacher did the one thing you would never expect when a student left a profanity laced anonymous letter taped to her classroom door.
She pulled out a red pen and corrected the many grammatical and spelling errors contained therein.
According to Fox31 in Denver, a senior at McKinley High School — city/state unknown — decided there’ll be no more work done in the class. The student makes no case for such a declaration in the poorly written letter.
But once the teacher was finished making corrections, there was a sea of red ink to behold.
Adding insult to injury, she offered the author of the letter a little advice:
“*Please use your education appropriately. Proofreading takes five minutes & keeps you from looking stupid.*”
It doesn’t get much better than that!
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