1.) Be absent, a lot.
2.) If absent, refuse anything that will keep you on track, such as getting the notes or assignments.
3.) Refuse to do assignments, usually very often.
3.) Ignore what is being taught in class. Decline anything new or challenging. Be selfish enough to prove to everyone that none of the nonsense is down to your level of achievement. In fact, this one is so exhausting, it may even require sleeping!
4.) Reject the idea of asking questions, if you are lost or don't understand. Similar to driving around for hours without a map or GPS. Be confident in your path towards failure, and refuse to stop and ask for help!
5.) Be creative and imaginative enough to come up with a believable excuse that hides the truth behind the previous four factors.
It seems like these five factors, necessary for failing, would take a tremendous amount of attention and motivation to complete. Apparently, It takes as much focus and effort to get an F, as it does to get an A. What do you want to be known for?
One final note, there is no reset button on life, but there may be a regret button.
- Mr. Sims