The end result is a truly incredible paper submitted to her professor while drunk — and a few days after Clark posted a pic of the assignment on Twitter with a warning message for other students, the thing blew up and went viral!
Ch-ch-check out Clark's absurd, drunkenly-written paper (below) and pay special attention to her cautionary tale:
A teacher in Canada is in huge trouble with her school after making a number of legitimately filthy comments to her students including, yes, telling one kid to "lick me where I fart."
Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson, who teaches at Dunnville Secondary School in Ontario, is being investigated for making a number of potty-mouthed comments to her 10th-12th grade students over the past year, and is now set for a disciplinary hearing on September 23.
She's been docked for a month without pay already, and this is not the first time she's been reprimanded, punished, or outright suspended for inappropriate actions in the classroom, according to the Brantford Expositor.
This most recent time may end up being the most serious, though, as the school board has the ability to fire her — and they may do so because of the "lick me where I fart" comment as well as a bunch of other inappropriate things she's done.
In an email invitation to a frat party at the University Of Richmond Friday, a couple students teased the night-in-question as "the type of night that makes fathers afraid to send their daughters away to school."
UPDATE: 9/14 4:58 P.M. EST — Following Delaney Robinson's self-sworn warrant this morning, Tar Heels linebacker/alleged rapist Allen Artis turned himself in and is expected back in court later today after posting a $5,000 secured bond.
Now that Stanford Rapist Brock Turner is officially off the hook for those "20 minutes of action," we'd hoped the legal system would be ready for a sea change.
But the embarrassing injustice of the high profile sexual assault case has thus far done nothing to impact how the system treats victims.
That's especially unfortunate for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill sophomore Delaney Robinson.
Authorities say the incident occurred on August 25 in a unisex, one-toilet bathroom at the school, as Dixon removed her gun from her waist to use the bathroom, placed it on the top of the toilet tank, and promptly forgot about it.
Later, four children — ages 6 to 8 — found the gun and one of them
Despite only serving 20 days for invasion of privacy and bias intimidation after secretly video taping Tyler hooking up with another man while sharing a room at Rutgers University in 2010, Dharun is about to get even further off the hook thanks to some new legal loopholes.
Apparently, while the New Jersey Superior Court still believes Dharun — and his co-conspirator Molly Wei, for that matter — should feel bad for their involvement in Tyler's death, they apparently believe he does deserve a new trial, saying: