Professors and teachers discussed the funniest, most absurd and most obviously written-under-the-influence emails they've received from students. Even though these students didn't study creative writing, they were certainly inventive with their excuses and alibis.
Pro tip for students: when booking your Spring Break trip, make sure it's compatible with your school's calendar.
I teach a literacy course for college freshmen and international students. In my international section, one of my written [evaluations] said "He make English teaching good." I really don't think they were trying to be funny. It's my favorite of all of the evaluations I've ever gotten. -stellarpath
High school teacher. None of them were drunk (although one dropped her purse, included a bottle of beer, spilling it all over my class), but here are the highlights:
-both student and parent, emailing me, principal, school board, and Obama trying to get me fired.