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We don't condone cheating here at Someecards. But we do condone (and applaud) creative genius. This is why we reluctantly but firmly tip our hats to Twitter user "Andrw," whose strategy for passing a physics test (without actually, you know, studying) has gone massively viral.

The man, the myth. The legend.
The man, the myth. The legend.

Are you ready for this?

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OMG. This is absolutely evil and genius. And clearly Twitter agrees because the tweet has wracked up nearly 100 thousand retweets in TWO DAYS. Dayum.

Andrw explained (in Spanish) how he pulled this off, so that others may learn and follow. Because Andrw may be a cheater, but he's a selfless cheater!

"The cheat sheet for this physics exam is going to be 'gangster.'"

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"All the space under my nails I've covered with tiny pieces of paper with written formulas."

"I've done a test with the longest and most [CURSE WORD] formula with arial font size 3."

"With the printer, I could fit three formulas per nail."

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Oh and of course Andrw's nail game is strong on BOTH SIDES of the nails. Like we would expect anything less from this innovator??

Party in the front, cheating in the back.
Party in the front, cheating in the back.

And did it work? Andrw feared going hugely viral might spoil his scheme.

But it didn't! Blessed be.

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OMG.

We crown Andrw the global champion of fashion-forward cheating.

But this person has a lot of potential:

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Here's what that might look like:

Andrw also turned his cheating strategy into a teachable moment by dropping some knowledge about gender roles:

HELL YEAH ANDRW. We don't normally condone cheating, but when it's creative, fashionable AND feminist? HELL YEAH WE'RE ON BOARD.

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But the question remains....

Besides, if presidents can cheat their way into office, who's to stop a student from cheating on the occasional physics test? Just saying.