//Playing Project M on Viju's laptop in Mr. Kaluta's room Kaluta: Okay hold on, this is getting a bit out of hand. How were your grades last semester? Some kids: We got straight A's! Other kids and Bob: I only had one B. Mufasa: (to Bob) Wait. Then how many C's did you get?
//Matt is restoring his laptop. Evan: Wow, look at all that porn. Matt: Nah it's just Rosetta Stone. Bob: I've never heard of her, should I have?
//In Mathphys, discussing pendula and bobs. Viju: Oh, so its like the plumb bobs we used in R&E. Mr. Schafer: Yeah, but plumb bobs have points. We aren't using plumb bobs. //Viju pokes Bob in the gut Viju: How about a plump Bob?
Bob: I'm a minimalist when it comes to writing ...And so is my grade.
Sharon: Bob's asexual. Bob: Actually, if I could just reproduce by splitting that would prevent so much trouble. Samir: Aww, It's okay Bob...I'll find you a girl. Viju: Or a boy!
Bob: Why are you bleeding? Jason: I don't know. Thomas: His blood pressure is higher than atmospheric pressure. Mufasa: That's such a bad reason.
//Donaldson tries to explain how stars form. //Rose is sitting in the back of the class, on the computer Donaldson: So there is a big ball of gas in space. And some of it is clumped together in a massive, gravitationally strong clump. Let's call it Bob. Now other smaller, modest, wimpy concentrations will form that will be sucked up by Bob, only making him stronger. Let's call these wimpy clumps Will.
Bob: To get to the other side. Why did the neutrino cross the road?
Gordon: Oh my god, I think I just went A A D in Spanish Hyun: Did you try so hard, and got so far? Bob: But in the end, it didn't really matter?
//the class is writing stories. They have been assigned ironic as the tone, a sulfur pit as the setting, someone's eye must be poked out, and Gordon Freeman as the main character Viju: It's ironic 'cause they poke an EYE out! Bob: It's ironic 'cause his crowbar is made of iron! Thomas: It's ironic 'cause he's in a sulfur pit!