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‘Fake Spelling Test Teacher’ Offers Advice for Students Going to College [VIDEO]

Joe Dombrowski, the Royal Oak teacher who gained national recognition for his hilarious April Fool’s Day spelling test, is back with some good advice for students entering college — specifically those going to CMU.

Mr. D., as he’s known to students, stresses the importance of staying awake in class.

“If you have class at 8 am on Friday, you should probably stay out of the WayWay on a Thursday.” (The WayWay being the Wayside, a popular bar close to campus, frequented by CMU students.)

Check out the video here.

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