Achieving this level of academic excellence must have been a bit overwhelming, because he ignored every message I sent him all semester long and then showed up in my office on Friday afternoon - the LAST class day of the semester - and announced that he needed to register for fall classes, like, right now. Had he looked at the course catalog, the course schedule, or the requirements for his major? Of course not! How could anyone expect him to spend time messing with all those pesky details when he's so busy piling up these amazing academic achievements?!
If this level of academic achievement deserves a two-week cruise, what kind of reward would be appropriate if he were to earn, say, straight B's? Round-the-world cruise? Lamborghini? Trip to the International Space Station? And more importantly, why aren't his longsuffering advisor and professors raking in rewards for putting up with his insufferable sense of entitlement?
Q: Is it wrong to hope he gets food poisoning on his cruise - sort of a consolation prize for the supreme privilege of teaching a student capable of such achievement?