We all know that when cheating is involved, shit can get messy. But this. This is something else.
Nick Lutz is a college student who broke up with his girlfriend after she cheated on him. When she ended up sending him an apology letter, Nick wasn't having a bar of it.
Instead of keeping the letter or throwing it out, he did something so much better. He took out a red pen and started marking it, pointing out errors and critiquing her statements.
He begins by pointing out her poor letter format, that her "introduction" is too long and that there's "lots of repitition".
He goes on to point out that she's missing details and her spelling is off.
The next critique was that she was using "useless fillers". She wrote "I just hope to God you have thought about me" and Nick responded with "I have not".
The final verdict? 61 out of 100, which equates to a D-. His final grading comment was that she had "a strong hypothesis but nothing to back it up". He ends the comment by saying "while this gesture is appreciated, I would prefer details over statements. Revision for half credit will be accepted".
But it keeps getting better. Nick was then suspended from university, after the letter, which he posted to twitter, racked up thousands of likes, shares and comments. His ex claimed that it was cyberbullying.
After a "long process", Nick was then let back into uni.
In the end, we reckon it was all worth it - this was a good laugh. This did all occur back in 2017, but whatever, this gag is timeless.