Woman Pens Apology Letter To Ex-Boyfriend, He Corrects and Grades It, Sends It Back

That's one way to get revenge. 

This man’s revenge on a girlfriend was aimed to insult her intelligence.

College student Nick Lutz received a breakup letter from his then girlfriend and decided to grade it and send it back. In red marker. And then it went viral.

“I feel a little but guilty but at the same time, I don't believe the letter at all,” he told Newsbeat. “I’ve been lied to before by her. I feel like it was another way to make me feel like I was stupid.”

He also regrets posting the corrected letter to social media, but here we are,

The 20-year-old University of Central Florida student says he received her letter shortly after the two broke up, and wants proof she never cheated on him.

He starts off by saying the intro to the letter is too long and that there's lots of repetition, and that he needs solid proof she isn’t a cheater.

"It came to an end after she told me she was going to a theme park with her best friend, who's a girl, but I later found out she went with a dude," he said. "I haven't spoken to her since this happened but I am not planning on talking to her anytime soon.”

Amongst the lines Nick added to the corrected letter:

“Four months in she started hiding her phone and I heard she had code names for guys in her contacts list.”

He fixes a spelling mistake with "loose" changed to "lose.”

He writes in the margin: "If there is no reason to lie, why isn't the truth being told?"

"If you want to be believed, back it up with proof," he writes.

"Revision for half credit will be accepted."

Nick says he corrected the letter as a private joke between him and his friends. But now his original tweet has been shared more than 100,000 times.

Safe to say they’re not getting back together?

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