Professor Catches Students Cheating, Outsmarts And Serves Them With Pro Revenge

Students often think they can outsmart their teachers. Especially now, when almost all learning has moved online, students believe they are more tech-savvy than their tutors. Yet, students often forget that teachers also have some tricks up their sleeves. Tools such as AI plagiarism checkers make it nearly impossible to slip away with a single blatantly copied sentence or missing reference. Thus, thinking that you can submit someone else’s work as your own might put you at risk of jeopardizing your entire academic work. Is it really worth it?

A young professor in his late 20s decided to teach cheating students a lesson. A guest professor who goes by the handle u/CmSrN shared a story on Pro Revenge subreddit about his ingenious method to show the consequences of academic misconduct to dishonest students. While checking the works submitted by some students, the professor noticed that it wasn’t the first time he had seen those exact papers:

“As I was grading the reports I noticed a small group of students who found reports from previous years online and literally copy+paste those reports, changing only their name,” the professor wrote. Instead of grading those works 0, the Original Poster (OP) came up with a more ‘pleasant’ and perhaps more effective way to discipline those students, so he set up a trap.

Scroll down to see the whole story and what trap the professor has set up for his students. Do you think the professor’s solution to a problem was fair and justified? Let us know in the comments.

More info: Reddit

A professor shared a story of how he caught his students cheating and came up with an unusual way to teach them a lesson to remember

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The majority of Redditors supported the professor and his unusual way of teaching students a lesson by showing the outcomes of cheating

Others were rather appalled with the professor’s exaggerated wish for revenge and saw his behavior as “more petty than pro”

30 Times People Spotted Such Tragic Hair Accidents, They Just Had To Share The Pics In This Online Group

The good thing with hair is that it grows back. On the other side, it takes some time, and one weekend of “I’ll just chill at home this time” might not be enough. At a few points during the pandemic, we were all stuck at home with no barber shops and hair salons open, and let me tell you, it was not great. Lucky were those who had at least a drop of the skills that Edward Scissorhands had. But the rest of us, who can barely cut our nails with the non-dominant hand, were less fortunate.

Those times are (hopefully) in the past, and we’ve all got access to getting a coiffure. Yet, the expectations don’t always meet reality. Or, on other occasions, the final result turns out extremely bizarre and questionable. To put it nicely, we speak of hairstyles that just don’t look flattering on anyone. And yes, everyone has their own taste, and no one is here to judge. Instead, let’s take this post as honest and friendly advice on what haircut NOT to get. Actually, you do you, and who cares what others are thinking.

Well, there’s a whole corner of Reddit “dedicated to jacked up haircuts from all walks of life” and called ‘Just [Fudge] My [Stuff] Up.’ Yes, it’s not the actual name, but look it up yourself because the algorithm doesn’t appreciate particular vocabulary. We have collected some interesting, to say the least, hairdos from there, so just take a look!

More info: Reddit

#1 +10 Speed

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#2 I Can Smell It From Here

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#3 Watched Blade 2 Last Night And Saw Ron Perlman Rocking This Insane Wrap Around Goatee

Image source: -Polyphony-

#4 Dude Really Picked This Haircut To Promote On Instagram

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#5 Iraqi TV Hairstyles Rock

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#6 Fresh Cut Spotted On Bbc Sunday Morning

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#7 This One Needs No Introduction, Give My That Fresh Tarmac Look

Image source: PatonBMX

#8 F I ? R C ?

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#9 1970s Barbershop Haircutting Guide

Image source: Colonelkittn

#10 Family Matters

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#11 Googled “Mullet Black Man” And This Came Up, What Is This ?

Image source: YoYo_ismael

#12 Ummm

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#13 This Moustache/Soul Patch Combo

Image source: ramdom-ink

#14 Jfmsu Victorian Edition

Image source: nudecalebsforfree

#15 Do You Like My Bangs?

Image source: buttersilva

#16 Just Like The Photo Please

Image source: He11scythe

#17 Whoever Did It To Em Bogus

Image source: SnooAvocados2656

#18 This Alumnus Of The Lollipop Guild On Divorce Court

Image source: Glandular_Trichome

#19 She Just Got Out The Paint Booth

Image source: charlieboyx

#20 Found A Hairstyles Book From 1998 At The Thrift Store

Image source: DaBaddestB

#21 Toothbrush

Image source: this-is-plaridel

#22 Saw This In The Dmv

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#23 Johnny Bravo

Image source: Random_Average_Human

#24 Jfmsu 1960s Edition

Image source: nudecalebsforfree

#25 My Local Senate Candidate’s Beard Is Trying To Escape His Face

Image source: ConsumerOfFood

#26 This Lady On An Hbo Documentary I Was Watching

Image source: Fella_in_Paris_

#27 You’d Survive A 500 Feet Fall If You Landed In His Hair

Image source: BlackDragonDCR

#28 Gotta Learn To Share

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#29 Who Let Them Leave The House Like This

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#30 This Vertical Half-Bald Cut

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