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This Kid Accidentally Emailed A Cat Meme Instead Of His Essay To His Professor

The definition of Not Ideal.

Posted on April 27, 2018, at 6:10 a.m. ET

Twitter user Alex Sparrow went viral ~at the end of~ last week after he posted about actually emailing a cat meme instead of his English essay to his professor.

Alex Sparrow / Twitter

We've all been there, right?

Alex Sparrow / Twitter

"What a way to go for my first online class," Sparrow told BuzzFeed News.

Alex Sparrow

But people loved it.

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They related hard.

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He said the reaction to his tweet has been crazy. "My twitter would keep freezing," he said.

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But many people had this important question:

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The 18-year-old, who is a freshman at Northwest Vista College, tweeted he was still waiting to hear back from his professor.

Alex Sparrow / Twitter

Sparrow said he'd written an apology email to his teacher and she decided to accept his actual English essay because she loved the cat.

Alex Sparrow / Twitter

"Now I’ll be seeing that cat on one of our upcoming presentations," he said.

Alex Sparrow / Twitter

Sparrow said he had the file saved as a doc from when he was in high school. When he was trying to upload his actual essay, the files got mixed, and he didn't realize until after he submitted.

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Although some people reckoned it was fake.

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Sparrow told BuzzFeed News it 100% wasn't fake, although he wouldn't share any more screengrabs than were already out there.

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