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By  mk58

Explain to your professor that your garage got flooded, they will most likely allow you to have more time.

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hand it in and say "this is the culmination of commercialism. it represents the promises of Saturday morning cereal commercials, which have become soggy from sitting for too long"

By  mk58

Explain to your professor that your garage got flooded, they will most likely allow you to have more time.

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She still can't get her original work back, and no matter how good it is the second time, I know personally I always remember the first time as better, even if it wasn't.

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uhhh, what the hell? YDI for being in school and having a house? seriously? first of all, I assume he's in college... 2nd I thought "anyone above age of 20 still living with their parents" means "Nerd"... did the fashion change? kids these days, sigh.

Oh that sucks. Your teacher will probably let you drop the class with no penalty. Just take it next year.

C'mon. You have a full day -- make a papier mâché replica of Michelangelo's David with the mushy paper and cruise to an easy A. YWIA

By  khaya

Burn down your house, your teacher will believe you when you have a police report with you.

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If the OP hands in a pile of soggy canvas and claims his house burned down, I'm pretty sure that'll raise more questions than it answers.

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They were in a part of the house that survived but suffered massage water damage from the fire hoses being used to put out the fire.

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