Stav: This really considered my lobster Jonah: This really contemplated my crustacean William: This really assessed my arthropod Kaz: This really pondered my decapod Brian: This really whatted my fuck
//Great Gatsby presentations Brian: The author is taking a modernist approach, recognizing that the character isn’t always doing interesting things. For example, in Harry Potter, they don’t talk about him going to the bathroom. Klein: That chapter was deleted. Class: But there was actually some chapters in Harry Potter where he went to the bathroom… Klein: That part was actually interesting though. Sarah: He took an interesting shit. Klein: Harry on the Potter.
//While working on Chem R&E (Over a google doc hangout) Zelalem: Kaching, Kaching! Shreeya: Kaching, Kaching! Lee: Hey! That's Brian's Dad's name!
//referring to screw caps on pens Brian Morris: That's literally Satan. Combined with Hitler, combined with Pol Pot, with a sprinkle of Stalin on top and a touch of Mao.
//We're in complex, trying to define interior, exterior, and boundary points of regions in terms of "epsilon balls" and "punctured epsilon balls" (yes, these are real terms). //The class is going back and forth over which of the balls in which of the three definitions should be punctured. They ultimately decide that none of the balls should be punctured. Brian: Moral of the story: don't puncture your balls. //Later, Stein walks in because we're making a lot of noise Stein: This class is so loud. Schwartz: That's wonderfully ironic. [We can hear Stein's loud stat activities very clearly across the hall.] Stein: I'm trying to teach, and all I can hear is Arnold Mong yelling "balls, balls, balls!"
//Seniors + Sam (a junior) playing Resistance in Rose's room at lunch //Everyone shows their cards; Sam is Mordred Noah (Oberon): OK, you played that one really badly. You're the assassin, so go ahead and choose someone to kill. You're totally incompetent, so it doesn't really matter. Sam: I choose to kill Brian. Brian Morris: Is that your final answer? Sam: Yes. Morris: Goddamit. //Reveals that he was Merlin, winning the game for Sam, Noah, and Josephine Noah: Um...well. That was actually pretty competent. Huh.
//According to the title slide, the Great Gatsby Chapter 8 Presentation was authored by "Old," "Sport," and "Old Sport" Mr. Klein: "So, are you Old, Sport, or Old Sport?" Brian Morris: "I actually don't know; we have 4 people in our group!"
//Ms. Beach is lecturing about the scene in Odysseus when Odysseus' dog dies Beach: I just love dogs, they're so faithful and loyal, you know? Brian: I love dogs too, they taste delicious.
During Graphics, opening up safari, group of students find out that iPhone 5C is out. Brian Ko: Awwh. I love that color scheme! I want one now. Fowler: What do you have now? Brian Ko: Galaxy S3. Fowler: That's pretty up to date. Highschool kids are so spoiled now. Brian Ko: But it's pretty. Fowler: Just get sugar mommy to cough up some dough and get one!
//Cathy doesn't have any lunch and Brian Ko has been digging through his lunch box for spare food. In the process, he takes out a couple condiment packets. Brian: Sorry, I don't have any food for you... //Bendeguz walks over and picks up a condiment packet Bendeguz: It's okay, just have this packet of soy sauce. Cathy: That's ketchup...