Teacher Promises to Ax Students' Final Exam If Taylor Swift Does This

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A group of high school students only need a certain phone call to get out of their final exam this semester, but that call needs to come from someone pretty spectacular...Taylor Swift. Yep, a teacher has promised to ax the ever-so-dreaded test if they do enough to get Tay's attention. How do we sign up for his class?

World history teacher Colter Pierce says if he gets a T-Swift call, he'll cancel the final exam for his students. To try to make this happen, the students took a photo of his "contract"...and it's gone viral.

"Pretty much all semester I've been talking about Taylor Swift," the teacher recently told KTVQ-TV. Sophomore Ike Stoner came up with the idea, but meant it as a joke at first.

"It was kind of a joke really," Ike said. "I just wanted to see if I could get more followers on Twitter."

School officials, though, agreed to the experiment, so the students posted it. It wasn't until it was posted on Ashton Jaymes Goodell's Facebook page that the post really took off.

"It got out of hand fast. It escalated quickly," Ashton told KTVQ. The post got tens of thousands of shares. They figured that it reached the rate of one share every minute.

So far Taylor hasn't responded, but we bet she will. The teacher promises this isn't all about getting a call from her, though.

"It's not so much as trying to get these kids out of their final as it is seeing that celebrities are still normal, down to earth people." he said. "I think that's the biggest driving force behind this."

Final exams are two weeks away.

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Posted by Ashton Jaymes Goodell on Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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