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Professor Helps His Student Land a Date in the Most Teacher Way Possible

By Anna Quintana

Dating is hard. So, it's no surprise that one student turned to his teacher for some help in the area. 

Twitter user Jake aka @squidslippers — honestly, what girl wouldn't want to date a guy with that handle? — shared the ultimate story on how his professor helped him land a date using the very skills he learned in the classroom. 

More specifically, Aristotle’s "modes for persuasion" known as ethos, pathos, and logos. "Yooo I have about 0 skills when it comes to texting girls so I legit asked my English professor to help me draft a text to a girl and we STRAIGHT ETHOS, LOGOS, PATHOSED MY WAY INTO A DATE," he tweeted before showing off the evidence.