"No use if you're born handsome if you come to my class late every week". <small> Cover image via Twitter @shmlhzm </small>
Budding singer-songwriter Amir Alif probably was not expecting his lecturer to reply to his tweet when he posted a picture of himself deep in thought
In his original tweet, Amir posted a picture along with the caption, "Sometimes I think to myself, why was I born handsome?"
His lecturer, @shmlhzm, replied to his tweet in the most hilarious manner, “No use of being born handsome if you come to my class late every week”.
The savage teacher’s reply has garnered over 5,800 retweets and 4,900 likes at the time of writing.
The lecturer didn’t stop there, as he proceeded to expose another student for being too occupied with “pretending to be an anchorwoman” that she handed in her assignment late
<b>"No wonder you hand in your assignments late if you're recording on Twitter"</b>, his reply to her read.
The viral tweet has received over 6,000 retweets and 5,600 likes.
Despite his cheeky replies, the lecturer has since responded with nothing but praise for his two students
<blockquote><p dir="ltr" lang="en">Again, I didn’t expect this tweet to blow up Disclaimer: @amiralifmusic is one of my student.Eventho consistently late (LOL) he is a good student, buat semua assignments.Tweet saya sekadar gurauan jangan kecam dia Btw, do check out his music! (Bukan tweet berbayar)</p>— Tendō (@shmlhzm) August 14, 2019</blockquote> <blockquote><p dir="ltr" lang="en">Oh god, I didn’t expect this tweet to blow up .Disclaimer: Raisa is my student for 2 semesters, different courses.She’s a good student, hantar assignment, datang kelas dan well-behaved.Tweet saya sekadar gurauan. Jangan ada kecam-mengecam ya. </p>— Tendō (@shmlhzm) August 14, 2019</blockquote>
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