Anderson: When people die, they die heroically. *Puts hand over chest* I've been shot! Tell my family that I did this for them. *falls on ground* Anderson: But when animals die, it's not heroic at all. *Waves hands around* Oh shit I'm dying, help me!
Mr.Anderson: When I was younger, I lived in Spain learning Spanish for a couple of years. There was a woman who taught me how to juggle. Student: Ooooh Mr.Anderson: ...no that wasn't a metaphor, there was a woman literally teaching me how to juggle.
Mr.Anderson: I need someone to go fetch the printed out papers. //Alex coy raises his hand Mr.Anderson: Run, my squire! //Alex starts running to the door Mr.Anderson: Wait don't actually run man //Alex keeps running
// Anderson is introducing Cuckoo's Nest Anderson: Yes, this book is about B-O-O-B-S and B-A-L-L-S. Anderson: But please, don't just go tittering whenever narrator talks about it.
// Anderson is attempting to pick a random group of presenters numbered 1 through 5 Anderson: I will now throw this die to pick one of the groups. // Rolls a 6 // Rolls a 6 again Anderson: If I get three sixes in a row, you guys can do anything for the rest of the period. // Rolls a 6
//AP Lang is discussing The Scarlet Letter Anderson: Let us make it clear. Why does Hester have to wear the letter A again? Student 1: She's an adulterer. Anderson: Clearer! Student 2: She cheated on her husband! Anderson: Don't hold back! Isaac: She a ho! Anderson: Exactly! *laughs* She a ho!
//Mr. Anderson is explaining how different literary schools would interpret a binder falling Anderson: The naturalists think this binder has no self-determination. It's just controlled by forces like gravity and... Various Magnet Students: Weak force, air resistance! Anderson: Inertia... and momentum... and mass... and density.
Anderson: So just write down whatever Bigger ate in this section. Student 1 (whispering): Bigger had sex with Bessie.. does that mean he ate.. Student 2: Just shut up.
Anderson: (asking the students to answer a question at the end of class) I want you to think... //Bell rings, students starts getting up Anderson: Oh, oh no, oh HELLLLLLL no!
//Talking about how annoying they are Issac Jiffar: Is me plus Raanan as bad as John Anderson? Giles: You plus Raanan to the Patrick Shan power is not as bad as John Anderson.