Nick Lutz was devastated after learning that his girlfriend had cheated on him. It was painful, but he cut Elizabeth out of his life and moved on.
Not much time had passed since he ended the relationship that she ruined when he received an apology letter. Elizabeth wanted to patch things up, but Nick wasn’t having any of it.
Instead of burning the letter or ignoring it, he graded the three page letter like an English teacher reading a child’s essay. When he was finished he sent the letter back to her filled with notes and revisions. The result is absolutely hilarious.
In the end she earned a D- with a 61/100, that’s barely passing! She lost points for poor formatting, frequent misspelling, lack of supporting details, contradictory arguments, and excessive use of “useless fillers.” His conclusive review was the crown jewel,
Long intro, short conclusion strong hypothesis but nothing to back it up. Details are important. If you wanted to be believed, back it up with proof. 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 the credit will be accepted. Good luck!”
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