Welcome humor break

I’m grading a geometry lab assignment, on a question which asked the students to list the four possible combinations of effects of an isometry (direct or opposite, has or doesn’t have fixed points) and then classify the four basic isometries according to that list. This group put down:
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It’s certainly nice to have students with a sense of humor. That doesn’t always happen. (They did go on to classify the isometries correctly, so this isn’t humor instead of a right answer.)

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