I carefully wrote the originals myself on ordinary notebook paper, in standard, modern American cursive.
Then choose a word from the green triangle, like DOG and do the same Finally, choose a shape, like the circle, and pull back the paper to complete your excuse. If you've followed the folds, you can now write onto your generator.
The funniest homework excuse generators should have an adjective (describing word) for the outside squares, a noun (person, place, or thing) for the diagonal triangles, and the excuse written on the middle sections.
“My aunt died this weekend so I wasn’t able to work on my essay” “I ran out of paper so I couldn’t submit that history review this week” “I had a cold; I couldn’t even get out of my bed, let alone do my math homework” If you haven’t used these excuses to get out of a situation of a “homework not done on time”, you’re certainly not doing things the right way.
Everybody at some point becomes a victim to “lazy homework excuses”. Unfortunately a few students take the habit of excusing themselves every single time an assignment is due.
Above and Beyond: I thought that was an extra credit assignment because it was never officially written on the board.
Homework Sucks: I was reviewing my homework answers this morning on the ride to school.
I’d written the original several months ago with a special erasable pen (just so that I could make sure the original was perfect).
It was in perfect condition when I gave it to my student last week.
When I looked at the originals I’d written, I could see the indentation on the paper of my original writing, but all the ink had indeed disappeared.
The only thing I could think of was that there must be a chemical explanation.