It's called method acting
Pro Procrastinator technique
Putting the date as a few days before the due date so it looks like you did it on time rather than at 3 am the night before it's due
@xSparkySharky, or two years
@Monstercat, For when you want to look like a psychic procrastinator
@xSparkySharky, I did that all the time in college. Usually that same morning; always turned in with wet ink.
And the uploader procrastinated for 2 years to upload this.
....this is an example of laziness, not procrastination
Did she really give them an A or are you just saying that
@TheBigJ, if it were my student, I'd make the student do it over again to make sure they understood whatever it was i was trying to teach (unless this was supposed to be a creative writing, in which case I'd probably give it an A unless there was a specific rubric), but I would count this as extra credit for cleverness, and also because people actually get paid to publish stuff like that, like that completely blank joke book.
But if this is in MLA format it should be 24 April 2014
@Ferrari Fireball, thanks for that reminder, otherwise I would've had to lose points on my summer homework
@How is the Whether, HS or college?
@Ferrari Fireball, dual credit
@How is the Whether, ah, I was gonna say you're going to have fun using the 8th edition MLA which came out in the spring
What a weird assignment title
You seem to misunderstand. Procrastinators wait to the last minute. This is just a lazy and cheeky bugger.
Heard a similar story from one of my teachers back in middle school.
*stands up slow clapping
@CompleteSavage, I was going to do...
I would of said "I must have left it at home" but really never did it