Student submits essay – forgets to change title from ‘stupid f***ing paper’

Hilarious footage of a mortified student wailing in shock when she realises she has accidentally submitted a very rude essay to her professor has gone viral on TikTok.

In the video, uploaded by her pal @hanspoet, a loud sobbing noise is heard as the woman holding the phone goes to investigate what is happening.

"What did you do?" she cautiously asks.

Still recording everything, she goes into her housemate's room and finds her flopped on the floor, looking tearful and clutching her phone.

The upset housemate then shakily asks if it is possible to resubmit essays using the university software.

Panning around to the laptop on the desk, it shows an essay with the title: "stupid f***ing paper that has no meaning", except she doesn't censor the f-word.

Laughing so hard the camera starts shaking, it's clear the student recording feels sorry for her pal but is also in stitches at the enormity of the blunder.

Still unable to get off the floor, the stricken student mumbles inaudible words.

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In a caption, the TikTok user explained: "Don't worry I gave ger a hug after her professor let her resubmit."

The awkward video was "liked" more than 420,000 times on the video-sharing app and many college professors weighed-in on the mistake, saying they would have just laughed it off.

One viewer wrote: "As a professor, that title is both funny and gut-wrenching. Not sure how I’d feel."

"I’d give her an A+," commented someone claiming to be a post-doctoral researcher.

Another chimed in: "As a future professor I would have given extra credit for that."

Someone else said: "I’m a prof. I’d laugh and grade the work."

"As a teacher, I would die laughing if any of my students did this," said another amused viewer.

Fortunately, since it seems the professor did let her resubmit the essay, they were not that offended by the colouful use of profanities in the title.

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