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This Boy Wrote the Most Adorable Apology Note to His Teacher

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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:

READ: This Kid’s Apology Note Is the Most Honest Thing We’ve Ever Read

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.

Sincerily,
Jacob”

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.

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