Oh, this is goooooooooooooood.
A woman hoping to spark up her failed romance with an ex-boyfriend sent him an apology letter, but the response she got was definitely not what she was hoping for.
Nick Lutz, a student at the University of Central Florida, ended his eight-month relationship with the lady in question after he found her suspiciously hiding the names of other guys in her phone. When he also blocked her on social media, she decided to write him a four-page letter trying to win him back.
Instead of grabbing his notepad and writing her back, he grabbed a red pen and started to grade the letter.
He didn’t spare any punches, beginning with a critique of her formatting choices:
He also went in on her spelling mistakes and lack of citations:
Additionally, he took her to task for her excessive use of fillers:
Ultimately, he gave her a D- (though he did give the option of revision for half credit):
Nick’s ex apparently took the grade gracefully and chose not to revise.
Unfortunately, she ended up having a change of heart and reported him to UCF for disruptive conduct and cyberbullying, for which he was suspended.
He ended up having to get an attorney to appeal the suspension, which he eventually won.