If he was going to fail out of Yale, he was going to do it with a bang.
He’d come to class late, saturated and reeking of whiskey. He’d interrupted his history professor’s lecture and fallen clumsily into his seat, making as much noise as possible. Then he had the gall to smile his most condescending smile and say, “Please, do continue.”
Somewhere between Britain’s industrial revolution and antidisestablishmentarianism, 21 year-old Lewis Nixon took a draw from his flask, mounted his desk, and declared to the whole auditorium, “Disestablish this, you pompous, arrogant pricks.”
Cutting the Mustard Rated: T An actual essay I wrote for my English 1101 class in college. (I made an A.)
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