Teacher Deducts 100 Points From Student’s Grade For Writing YOLO On His Test (Photo)

Teacher Deducts 100 Points From Student’s Grade For Writing YOLO On His Test (Photo)
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This is a picture of a test where a student allegedly lost 100 points because he or she wrote “YOLO” on a page where writing wasn’t allowed:

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There are a couple of possibilities as to what happened here, and both of them are kind of depressing. One is that a teacher actually deducted 100 points from a student’s test to teach them not to use “YOLO.”

While I understand that people have principles and agree with the overall message, unless this test was out of 10,000 points, this guy is a terrible teacher.

Of course, there’s also the possibility that the student did this after getting the test back, which would explain why the YOLOs look almost identical. It would also explain why anyone would think taking 100 points off is a suitable punishment for this slight offense.

As far as YOLO jokes go, this one pales in comparison to the competition.

No matter the truth, there really are no winners.

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Connor Toole

Connor Toole is the Senior Humor Writer for Elite Daily, begrudgingly living in New York City and burdened with the daunting task of entertaining the discerning masses online (where he assumes everything is fake by default). He grew up in Connecticut (not the rich part) and graduated from Boston College, where he spent most of his time writing things on the Internet while majoring in a topic he didn't realize he hated until he earned the necessary credits. Standing at 6' 10", he is required by Giant Law to utter "Fee-fi-fo-fum" whenever someone asks him to. His interests include Mark Ruffalo. Feel free to contact him at ctoole@elitedaily.com as long as you aren't annoying.

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