Oops! Student is left MORTIFIED after accidentally turning in a college paper addressed to ‘Professor whats his nuts’ instead of the teacher’s real name
Oops! Student is left MORTIFIED after accidentally turning in a college paper addressed to ‘Professor whats his nuts’ instead of the teacher’s real name Daily Mail 2 hrs ago Clemence Michallon For Dailymail.com © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Owning up to it: Oxley (pictured) tweeted about the mishap on Thursday A student was left red-faced after accidentally sending one of her professors a paper addressed to ‘Professor whats his nuts’.
Zoey Oxley, 18, is a student at Ohio University. She took to Twitter on Thursday to detail the mishap, which occurred after she turned in an assignment to her professor John Hendel.
When Oxley wrote her paper, she typed her own name at the top of the first page and was supposed to include Hendel’s name as well.
© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Oops! Student Zoey Oxley accidentally turned in an assignment in which she called her instructor ‘Professor whats his nuts’ instead of his real name, John Hendel
© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Professor what now? The student shared a photo of her paper with the ‘Professor whats his nuts’ mention However, she called Hendel ‘Professor whats his nuts’ instead, intending to switch out the nickname for Hendel’s real name before submitting the assignment.
Her plan backfired and Oxley forgot to make the change before uploading her paper — for good — onto her school’s online platform.
After realizing her mistake, a horrified Oxley sent Hendel an email to apologize profusely for the mishap.
‘Professor Hendel,’ she wrote, ‘I am writing this email very embarrassingly. As I began writing my paper, I wrote out the template.
‘Unfortunately, I could not remember your last name, so I filled it with something completely unprofessional.
‘It was my intention to change the name before submission, but it completely slipped my mind. I attempted to resubmit the assignment but was unable to.
‘I am so very sorry for the lack of respect that was used and again I apologize for this mistake. I hope that this does not reflect what you think of me and that the next assignment I can address by the correct name.
‘Thank you again and I am so sorry.’
How it all began: The student fully intended to swap out the nickname for Hendel’s real name before uploading it to her school’s online platform (pictured), but she forgot © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited As it turned out, Hendel seemed to see the humor in the situation.
Before Oxley tweeted about the mishap, Hendel did the same thing on his own account, in a message that has now gone viral.
A student emailed me, profusely apologizing for getting my name wrong at the top of their paper, and I was like, “Thanks, whatever, nbd.” Then I got to their paper and saw their instructor was “Professor whats his nuts”
— John Hendel (@Hendyhendel) September 19, 2018 ‘A student emailed me, profusely apologizing for getting my name wrong at the top of their paper, and I was like, “Thanks, whatever, nbd,”‘ he tweeted on Wednesday.
‘Then I got to their paper and saw their instructor was “Professor whats his nuts.”‘
Hendel’s message went viral and has now garnered more than 300,000 likes.
Among the thousands of people who saw it was Oxley, who tweeted about her mistake on Thursday.
A series of unfortunate events: pic.twitter.com/xSnT0JTYPV
— zo !!! (@Zoeyoxley) September 20, 2018 She simply wrote ‘a series of unfortunate events’ next to four images.
The first shows her college’s online submission platform, the second is a photo of the top of her paper addressed to ‘Professor whats his nuts’, the third features the email she sent to Hendel, and the fourth is a screenshot of Hendel’s viral tweet.
Her message has also gone viral, receiving more than 370,000 likes.
Oxley is now waiting to see whether Hendel will address the issue during her next class, which is scheduled for next Thursday.
The best PSVR games available today
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PlayStation VR went well over a year without a true killer app, but whimsical adventure Moss might just be that game. Framed as a children’s fairy tale — complete with a single narrator performing the voices of each character, as a parent would while reading to their child — Quill the mouse runs along and overcomes obstacles, you as the reader must also interact with the environment, yourself.
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PlayStation VR’s simplest launch title was and remains one of its best. This 3D puzzler from Fez developer Polytron asks players to rotate an ever-expanding group of cubes to fit through a specifically shaped hole in a steadily incoming wall. The cube-structure sits right in front of your face, so as it expands you’ll have to crane your neck further and further to identify the shape of the hole.
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Making a play for VR’s first eSport, RIGS is a fast-paced arena sport where two teams of three players piloting giant mechs fight to accrue the most points in five-minute matches. There are three different types of play, awarding points for kills, carrying a ball through the opposing team’s goal, or charging up your mech with takedowns and then leaping through a central ring, respectively.
With multiple online and offline gameplay modes, in addition to solo skill trials and unlockable customization options for your rig and pilot, RIGS is one of the most fully-realized games available in VR currently, where most releases still feel like tech demos. Most importantly, it’s a lot of fun, and if it attracts a critical mass of regular players into a sustainable community, it has the potential to be an early pillar of the medium. Buy it now on: Amazon ‘ Rez Infinite ‘
Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s cult classic shooter returns and it’s trippy as hell. Aside from a new VR-exclusive level, Infinite is actually remastered of the original PlayStation 2 game, which came out in 2001. Virtual reality, however, has made the game feel fresh again. The experience of flying through cyberspace, tagging and shooting vector-based enemies with a look, forces you to keep your head on a swivel and your eyes constantly exploring. Though it may feel a little fast-paced for some players new to VR, Rez Infinite is a game you’ll play for longer and longer over time. Buy it now on: PlayStation ‘ Bound ‘
This dream-like adventure follows a mysterious dancing creature on a journey to fix her home. While the game has been available on PS4 and other platforms for some time, a new patch has made the game fully playable in PlayStation VR. Though it does not use virtual reality to great mechanical purpose, a surprisingly effective solution for its shifting cinematic camera and beautiful animation make Bound one the most impressive VR narratives we’ve tried yet. Buy it now on: PlayStation ‘Thumper’
Described as rhythmic violence, Thumper reframes Amplitude -style rhythmic tapping as futuristic combat against gigantic virtual monsters. Players control a metallic space beetle running along a track to an electronic beat, tapping, sliding and bracing to hit everything your enemy throws at you.
While its VR elements are mostly cosmetic, the ominous atmosphere of wavy tentacles and giant glowing eyes emerging from the void is incredibly impressive. Get distracted for even a second and you’ll lose your flow (and probably your run.) Thumper is an absolute delight, amplified to new heights with its move to PSVR. Buy it now on: PlayStation ‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR’
Six years later and we’re still talking about Skyrim . The 2011 Bethesda RPG captivated gamers with its expansive open world, but its allure came from its choose-your-adventure mentality. After a series of ports that have made it impossible for Skyrim to fade into the past, the fantasy experience entered the proposed future of gaming — virtual reality. For a game as wide in scope as Skyrim , its voyage onto PSVR is extremely impressive.
The visuals line up more closely to the original Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Skyrim , but it’s hard to consider that too much of a knock given, the infancy of the medium. The game can be played with the PlayStation Move controllers, adding more immersive combat. While the default movement system effectively utilizes short-range teleportation to remove the threat of motion sickness, the free movement actually works surprisingly well — better than other first-person perspective games on the platform. Skyrim hasn’t quite overstayed its welcome just yet, and returning to Tamriel in VR is a delight, sure to intrigue longtime fans and newcomers alike.
Joker & Harley Quinn Spinoff Movie Script Is Completed
advertising The script for Joker and Harley Quinn is complete. Though 2016’s Suicide Squad was not exactly a critical darling, it was a tremendous box office success – grossing $746.8 million worldwide against an $175 million production budget. Margot Robbie’s take on fan-favorite Harley Quinn was one of the film’s best-received elements, so Warner Bros. unsurprisingly decided to make Harley a focal point of their film slate. The character is reportedly the subject of no more than four in-development movies , one of which is a spinoff detailing the complicated relationship between Harley and the Joker.
Screen Rant broke the news about this particular project last year, with Crazy, Stupid, Love directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa attached at the helm. Jared Leto is supposed to reprise his role as the Joker, but other than that, details about this particular movie are hard to come by. However, it still seems to be in the pipeline, as its screenplay is now finished.
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In an interview with Metro , Ficarra and Requa provided an update on Joker and Harley Quinn , revealing they recently wrapped up the script. Ficarra explained how the duo drew from their history to (hopefully) provide the genre with a fresh take:
“It is great. The whole thing starts with Harley kidnapping Dr. Phil. Played by Dr. Phil hopefully. Because her and the Joker are having problems with their relationship… It was sort of like, we wrote ‘Bad Santa’ a couple of years ago, and it was that sensibility mixed with our ‘This Is Us’ sensibility. We kind of meshed them together.”
That’s certainly an interesting pair of influences, but it’s a combination that may prove to be perfect for Joker and Harley Quinn . The Emmy-winning This is Us is renowned for its ability to pack one emotional punch after another, often to heartbreaking effect. Given how integral the love story is to Joker and Harley’s dynamic, it certainly makes sense to tap into This Is Us , which will hopefully allow audiences to become invested in their relationship. Of course, this is all through the filter of Bad Santa , which is a gloriously vulgar comedy that found much of its humor from the characters acting inappropriately. It isn’t outlandish to suggest Joker and Harley have a few screws loose, so it’ll be fun to see what their idea of love is and how they intend on repairing their various issues. Additionally, this setup sounds quite different from other comic book adaptations, which should let it stand out.
advertising Of course, the bigger question is when (or if) Joker and Harley Quinn sees the light of day. In the aftermath of Justice League’s underwhelming box office performance, Warner Bros. is taking a step back, reportedly aiming to “reset” the DC Movie Universe. There’s also the matter of Birds of Prey , another Harley vehicle that’s currently casting its other leads and should begin filming in early 2019 . Even Ficarra and Requa are unsure of when Joker and Harley Quinn will move forward, so for now, all fans can do is play the waiting game and hope for the best.