This Guy Graded His Ex's Apology Letter And It Went Viral

What Do You Do?

What Do You Do?

What do you do when your recent ex decides to send you a post-breakup letter of apology? Why, you do what any reasonable student would do and grade the paper before posting it on Twitter for the world to see!

Another Way To Make Me Feel Like I Was Stupid

Another Way To Make Me Feel Like I Was Stupid

American student, Nick Lutz, did exactly that and now appears to regret the decision, perhaps because the post went viral.

I feel a little but guilty but at the same time, I don't believe the letter at all," he said, according to  Newsbeat. "I've been lied to before by her.I feel like it was another way to make me feel like I was stupid."



Giving Her The D

Giving Her The D

When asked during the same interview if he had any reservations about his decision to share it with the world, he replied "Yes I do. I would say so."

We still think it's hilarious and we're glad that he did decide to share it on social media.

For the record, she got a big fat "D-".

She's Not The Happiest

She's Not The Happiest

He told of how he had originally intended the post to be a joke between he and his friends, perhaps a way of helping him get over the relationship failure and be able to find humor in it. But what he didn't count on was the post being so widely seen.

"She's not the happiest but I didn't expect it to go viral. She talks to my mum but I haven't spoken to her and I'm not sure I will."



Revision For Half Credit

Revision For Half Credit

Hilariously, the internet was prepared to run with the joke and many gave their own critique of the paper (see image), pointing out further mistakes that Nick had missed (but let's be honest, if he had have given her a lower mark we may not have been able to do the whole thing about "giving her the D" - so thanks for that, Nick).

"If you want to be believed, back it up with proof," Nick wrote earlier.

"You claimed that cheating never occurred, but place blame on yourself - then what for?

"Need to stop contradicting your own story and pick a side. While this gesture is appreciated, I would prefer details over statements.

"Revision for half credit will be accepted."

Hmmm, revision indeed....