By technicallywroteabook - United States - Grapevine


Today, I turned in an essay about a book I'd read over the summer. My teacher later called me to her desk and began to gush about how interesting the book sounded and asked to borrow my copy. The book I wrote about is not real, and the main characters are named after my childhood pets. FML
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  Marcella1016  |  31

72 - The people here usually "agree their life sucks" on something they can relate to or have done themselves. Faking a book report seems to be one of those things lol. FMLs about overweight people or smokers on the other hand usually get a disproportionate number of YDIs. Go figure. I've stopped questioning it and just do my part to balance the votes with my one little vote lol.


  That_Ginger  |  18

More likely that the teacher suspected OP made the whole thing up and was messing with OP. I mean, the teacher most likely did a google search to see if the book existed, and after not finding it, decided to put OP on the spot.

  chinaski7628  |  32

Agree with 11. Teachers aren't that stupid. Google isn't that difficult and teenagers are not nearly as slick as they think they are. I'll never understand the lengths some people will go to in order to avoid a simple assignment. Just read the damn book. It would've been much easier (and smarter) than making up something ridiculous.