Aaron Rodgers Retweets High School Student And Gets The Entire Class Out Of A Final Exam
Want to get out of your final exam? Ask Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. That’s what a student named Peyton Meyer of Janesville, Iowa, did, and Rodgers obliged. The class made a deal with its teacher, Laura Roberts, who is a Rodgers fan, that a retweet from the quarterback would cancel the final in a sports literature class made up of high school juniors and seniors in the Janesville Consolidated School District.
“We were talking about the news in sports like we do every day, and she mentioned that a student at another school tweeted at Kobe [Bryant],” Meyer told ESPN. “We asked if we could do the same, and we know she loves Aaron, so that’s why we picked him.”
Rodgers utilizing his clutch gene as per usual. I’m going to say about 80% of this sports literature class didn’t do any part of the reading for the final and were going to have to cram at the last second. We all know the feeling, whether you’re in elementary school up through college, no one does the required reading until minimum two days before the exam and that might be pushing it. So here comes Aaron Rodgers to answer an absolute PRAYER and get these guys off the hook. On top of being the best person ever at throwing a football he’s actually a cool dude. Hey Aaron, if you’re reading this, and I know you are, please come on the podcast Pardon My Take and discuss being the savior to these students.
Now please admire Aaron’s new gal pal, the stunning Kelly Rohrbach
Suck it Olivia Munn, have a good weekend folks