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ocnblu    733
That's funny as hell but the "teacher's" handwriting does not look legit. It's way too sloppy. Don't all teachers have that "Stepford Wives" handwriting?

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Enzora    0

That's funny as hell but the "teacher's" handwriting does not look legit.  It's way too sloppy.  Don't all teachers have that "Stepford Wives" handwriting?

Only for elementary school. But I think the teacher's spelling is more of a giveaway, using "to" instead of "too."

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Bimmer325    18

He got a D- for that? Jeez, what school does this kid go to?

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Nick    31

Only for elementary school.  But I think the teacher's spelling is more of a giveaway, using "to" instead of "too."

Yea..I found a bunch of msitakes in the teacher's handwriting, which made me question it...such as when it says "where's the text!" (with an exclamation point instead of a question mark)...It could have possibly been a history assignment or one of those Greek mythology class assignments or something like that as well...

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Bimmer325    18

"Page is to big?"

Hmmm, what kind of teacher is this?

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CSpec    515

I've seen this before, it has to be fake. I also like that kid's chemistry test from New Zealand; does anyone have a link to that?

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