Man Grades Ex-Girlfriend’s Letter of Apology, Puts It Full Blast on Twitter
Love hurts. Almost as much as getting an "F."
University of Central Florida student Nick Lutz has become an internet hero after he graded a letter of apology his ex-girlfriend wrote him and then posted it on Twitter for all to see.
"I feel a little but guilty but at the same time, I don't believe the letter at all," he told the BBC. "I've been lied to before by her. I feel like it was another way to make me feel like I was stupid."
No matter was too big or small for Lutz to criticize. He chastised her for failing to indent, pointed out "loose" is not the same as "lose" and generally finds fault with the entire premise by writing, ""If you want to be believed, back it up with proof."
The relationship may have been doomed from the get-go. ""We started dating in February of last year and dated for about eight months," Lutz says. "Four months in she started hiding her phone and I heard she had code names for guys in her contacts list."
If the ex wanted him back, this should probably serve as proof that it isn't going to happen and that she needs to go find someone with no interest in editing.