I wouldn't say I disliked her, since she kind of reminded me of a younger me, but she made the class a hell of a lot harder than it needed to be for me and her and everyone else.
So this shows up in my mailbox:
"Dear Professor Chiltepin. I was wondering if you had the time to maybe write me a letter of recommendation. You're the best professor I've ever had, and I learned so much from you. I'd really appreciate it!"
No indication for what, or when it was needed, but most importantly --
Okay, here goes:
To Whom It May Concern:
Susie attended class regularly and on time. She participated in discussion and contributed valuable insights. Her insights would have been more valuable if she had read the assigned reading.
She contributed to other students' education by loudly and regularly explaining "what a joke" higher education was, and flouting the professor's authority at every turn. She offered helpful advice on everything from the professor's handwriting to his wardrobe. She was driven in class, even aggressive, even confrontational, even mean.
She exhibited creativity by never following formatting requirements, once turning in an in-class writing assignment on a used napkin.
Someday, I am sure, Susie will grow up. That hasn't happened yet, though, so if you are looking to hire an adult you may wish to wait before you send Susie down to talk bennies with HR.