Sarah: I promise! He was teaching me logs! Jeremy: That's where it all starts, first is logs, then you move to logarithmic graphing, then polar graphing, then it escalates, next thing you know you're pregnant!
Mr. Hammond: There's no way I can remember that. I'm picking the next password.
//In Spanish 5, practicing subjunctive by making sentences starting with "A Dios le pido" (To God I ask) //Sra. Cuadrado is reading sentences off of people's papers Cuadrado: "A Dios le pido...que yo saque buenas notas..." No le pides a Dios! ESTUDIA!
Pham: Robert is not here? Okay, too bad. We keep going and then he cry about it.
(Pham talking about effusion and Graham's law) Pham: For effusion, you use the cracker law! ...you know, the crackers, the Graham crackers? So, whenever you make s'mores with Graham crackers, you remember effusion!
Whitacre: If you want candy, go to do store and buy it yourself!
Steven: I have a confession to make. //nervous laughter as Steven pauses Steven: In math, some things are just really just g*d***n hard. Oops. I wasn't supposed to say that. //More laughter Steven: I don't want to get into this because I get very emotional.
Pham: Every day you eat more carbon-14 in. The moment you die, you not put in food anymore.
//Talking about Snowpocalypse Schafer: So I was up in Pennsylvania, and I called my neighbor and I'm like "We've got power up here!" And he's like "We don't here, the dog and I are cold." Student: Did he see the super bowl? Schafer: Well, he went to a friend's house. Sadly, the dog missed it.
Pham: You don't have friend? You go up to girl ask them to be your friend. Like you know how they do in kindergarten? Or, you get cookie from home, stick in girl's mouth, you have friend.