Let those among us who have ever taught young co-eds cast the first stoned

University professor fired for demanding sex, moose and lobster from failing student

A faculty member at Cape Breton University has been terminated for demanding sex, moose meat and lobster from a student who was struggling in his course in exchange for better grades.

In an emailed response, university spokeswoman Lenore Parsley didn’t answer questions about the firing, the nature of the offence, details about the employee’s position and whether there had been other complaints about the employee.

“Cape Breton University is committed to a safe and respectful campus for all of our community members,” Parsley said. “Any and all complaints follow a formal process, as indicated in our respectful campus policy.”

Mind you, this may all have been a simple misunderstanding:

Moose and Lobsta is very rare 70% Sativa strain of cannabis. The original breeder of Moose & Lobsta is currently unknown. However, a 2nd breeder named Professor P/Dynasty Genetics has bred a version of Moose & Lobsta using a cross between Kapi Snapple & Oregon Huckleberry. Moose & Lobsta has been known to relieve stress and depression while greatly enhancing creativity.

Moose and Lobsta is very rare 70% Sativa strain of cannabis. The original breeder of Moose & Lobsta is currently unknown. However, a 2nd breeder named Professor P/Dynasty Genetics has bred a version of Moose & Lobsta using a cross between Kapi Snapple & Oregon Huckleberry. Moose & Lobsta has been known to relieve stress and depression while greatly enhancing creativity.

Nothing wrong with stirring up a little creativity in the cloak room, is there?