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Man Makes Mistakes On Chemistry Notes So His Failing Crush Shocks The Internet

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The internet has slammed a man who deliberately made mistakes in his chemistry notes so his crush would fail and he could tutor her.

Posted on Reddit’s r/AmITheA****** forum, a man with the anonymous username u/Apprehensive-Ad-7805 shared his story to receive feedback from the “AITA” community, which does not are not proven in his favour.

The original poster (OP) began his story by explaining that he’s taking a course in organic chemistry and it’s not easy. However, he has been studying since the beginning of the class and is doing well so far.

He created a Google Doc containing his notes so his friends could use it to study for exams. He wrote that he let his friends invite other people to check out his notes, including ‘Jess’, who he’s never really interacted with, but who has a crush on her and thinks they’d make a cute couple.

However, he said she “doesn’t really like sensitive smart guys” because she shares pictures of herself with “jock-like” men on social media.

Above, a man stares at his laptop. Posted on Reddit’s r/AmITheA****** forum, a man is being slammed for making mistakes in his public chemistry notes so his crush fails a test and he can tutor her.
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“Our third exam is in a few days,” he explained. “While looking through the google doc, I realized that she uses my doc the most. You can see who is viewing or editing the doc on google docs, and most of my other friends would show up sometimes, but I would see her icon show up a lot .”

“I also know for a fact that she is not doing well in class, so I had a really good idea. I would put subtle errors in the document so that she would not do well on the exam, then I can propose to her to tutor her. That way I can interact with her and talk to her, so she realizes that I have a great personality, and we can hopefully hang out together,” he said. he continued.

While discussing his idea with his friend, he thought it was a bad idea. The OP thinks he was “overreacting” and explained that Jess wasn’t going to pass the test anyway. He thinks his idea will “benefit” from Jess’s notes while he gets to know her better.

Newsweek contacted u/Apprehensive-Ad-7805 for comment. We were unable to verify the details of this case.

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How to impress a crush

Jaime Bronstein, Certified Relationship Therapist and Author of “MAN*ifesting” spoke with Newsweek on easy ways to impress the person you have a crush on.

  • Find out what your crush’s interests are and go with it: “As for the young man from Reddit, instead of fooling his crush with the wrong answers in the google doc, he should be a bit more proactive and confident and find out what she likes to do, or maybe her favorite restaurant, then ask take it out; try your luck,” Bronstein said.
  • Use humor: Getting your crush to poke fun at your sense of humor can increase your chances of them liking you back. Laughing together creates extremely strong bonds and helps strengthen bonds, Bronstein added.
  • Give compliments: Complimenting your crush can help them feel good about themselves and tends to make them more attracted to you.
  • Offer your help in some way“We all love it when someone offers to help us out or offer us some much-needed advice. If you can help your crush in any way, you should go for it,” Bronstein explained.
  • be creative: Surprising your crush with sweet gestures can go a long way in showing her that you care.

“It’s always better to take action than to stand still. No matter the outcome, taking a chance on someone is always the way to go. You will never regret taking a chance on love, but you you might regret it if you don’t, because then you’ll always wonder what could have been, and living with any kind of coulda, woulda or shoulda is an unhealthy way to live,” Bronstein said. Newsweek.

Editors’ reactions

“[You’re the a******] This…can’t be real… Consider the following sentence: “I like you, so I’m going to hurt you, so I can save you, so you can think of me as a hero.” This is pure supervillain logic,” u/Narkareth wrote, receiving the highest comment of over 26,000 upvotes.

“I hope your friends will warn this woman about you. [You’re the a******]“said u/Huntress_of_the_moon.

U/author124 exclaimed: “[You’re the a******] just offer to tutor him if you’re so worried about his progress in the class. Your plan is creepy, over the top, and clearly more focused on getting her out with you than actually helping.”

“[You’re the a******]. Why would you handle such a situation? Since you’ve seen her edits, couldn’t she see yours as well? Once she inevitably checks the change history, you will be discovered. Just TALK TO HER,” CringeName12 commented.

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