It’s not unusual for a substitute teacher to get the short end of the teaching stick. What do I mean when I say that? You may remember when you were a student–the moment you heard your teacher was absent for the day, you rejoiced. It meant you could slack off a little, maybe even joke around with your pals more than usual.
This is what happened when a Kveller staff member’s son went to school yesterday. The 8-year-old apparently wasn’t behaving in class, and was told by the principal to write an apology note to the teacher. What he said made us laugh:
“This morning I behaved horable, unexscepeble, bad, annoying, funny. I owe [my teacher] a big apolige.
I wasn’t behaveing good. I was acting silly and I wasn’t listening good.
We have to admit, Jacob’s spelling mistakes are incredibly endearing, and we love the fact that he says he was both “annoying” and “funny.”
Best apology note ever.