Bravo. I did something similar- turned in a late paper and dropped it behind the teachers desk, then put her "favorite grading pen" teetering on the edge, only held up by it barely touching the wall. She sat down, pen fell, when she pulled her desk out to get it, she also found my paper. 😎
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, Did something similar… but she already graded my paper and already entered it into her grade book… gave me a B- so I went into her grade book when she wasn’t around and with a pen made it a +
Good times! Good times!
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, yeah I also did something similar
I unscrewed the screws holding together the teacher's desk just enough that they still held the desk up until the teacher leaned forward on his desk, looked over hearing an unusual creak, then looked back at me, saying, "This entire comment was made up bullshjt" so I said, "yeah, but they're still gonna finish reading it so say something interesting"
My Sr. Year in Hs, My Calculus final was four questions and was a take home test. Each question took nearly two pages (showing work) to solve and took nearly four hours. My parents dauschuend found it and was in the process of beginning to start shredding it when I caught him. I taped it back together and turned it in. The teacher nearly pissed himself when I told him what happened.
I wish i was that creative. In 8th grade i got ketchup on my english assignment and threw it out. I asked my teacher for a new one and she refused. So i just didnt do it. She failed me.
@tbsrk, you should have turned it in with the ketchup stains and said "hope you don't have trouble reading this"
@tbsrk, or did you fail her
Now you open the source code beforr the due date, and keep the submission link open until the assignment has finished itself
2021: “a paper?”