//talking about volunteers for Females In Science and Technology Sloe: Ryan? Do you like little girls?
//teaching the calvin cycle in cell phys Sloe: So I think of Calvin, then I think of Calvin Klein underwear, then I think of David Beckham in Calvin Klein underwear - the photo on the bus - and then I think of photosynthesis!
Sloe: I don't know, just google it! Sloe: Google knows everything
//talking about a lab in cell phys where we made something that is kinda like jello Sloe: Now you're going to be tempted to play with the agar Sloe: *sighs* Sloe: That's fine
Jennifer: Hey Lena get the agar Lillian: you need the bigidiba— Lillian: the big boat
//getting texbooks on first day of cell phys Elia: *gets textbook that says the first person got it in January 2002* Elia: Wow, this book is older than I am Elia: ... And in better condition too
//Cell Phys, passing out textbooks Elia: *looks in the back of the text book to write her name, in the condition column, someone who had the book in 2014 wrote "sexy af"* //later Elia: hey Ms. Sloe, look at this Sloe: *reading the writing* "Sexy af"? What does that mean? Sloe: Sexy as fuck? *laughs* Why would someone write that? Elia: *shrugs* I guess that was just the condition for them
//Alex Ma is presenting about a study that made stem cells fix human hearts Sloe: Alex, you don't sound very excited about this. You should sound way more excited. Alex: Well, this was in 2013, so I was excited back then. //laughter Sloe: Oh, that was such a good response! Touche, Alex Ma!
Student: Is true this museum has the largest human scrotum ever? Bosse: Well, it's the biggest I've seen.