And this is how you grade a letter from your ex
"When your ex writes you an apology letter so you grade it to send it back," Nick tweeted with photographs of the letter.
In a savage response to a letter from his ex-girlfriend, Florida's Stetson University student, Nick Lutz decided to grade her letter and tweet the picture. Thus, becoming an internet sensation.
According to media reports, Nick received a long apology letter from his ex-girlfriend where she tried to explain herself. Instead of replying, however, Nick began marking the letter in red wherever he found any mistakes.
He then posted the graded letter on Twitter. "When your ex writes you an apology letter so you grade it to send it back," Nick tweeted with photographs of the letter.
When your ex writes you an apology letter so you grade it to send it back pic.twitter.com/MczdjcCiil
— Nick Lutz (@NickLutz12) February 17, 2017
Making red ink burns, Nick wrote on the first page, "Too long of an introduction. Lots of repetition." At the bit where his ex-girlfriend wrote that she had never cheated on him, Nick drew a red question mark and wrote, "Strong statement. No supporting Details to support your hypothesis."
This sentence written by his ex might be familiar to many: "you know the saying 'you never know how much you had till it's gone'? that's how I feel. I took you for granted." She added: "I ended up falling on my part."
"How?" Lutz wrote in red in response. "Need Reasoning here."
Not only did Nick point out the flaws in his ex's hypothesis, he even graded her letter, giving her 61 out of a 100 - a grade of D-, much to the amazement of Twitterati.
His tweet has garnered more than 100,000 retweets and over 300,000 likes since being shared on February 17. Many others on Twitter came forward to appreciate his grade, others pointed out more mistakes and encouraged to lower the marks.