// Cullen Pd 7, discussing Marxist criticism of The Metamorphosis Cullen: The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence because it is fertilized with bullshit.
//Ms. Cullen is on the computer Cullen: Alright, what am I looking for....oh yeah, I am looking for the Internet.
Cullen: John why are you so dressed up today? Are you going to court? John: No, basketball //A minute later Max: He actually is going to court
//Talking about spelling out numbers Harper: Numbers are ugly. Cullen: If you were a number, you wouldn't say that.
(Loudly, from a different classroom and with a slight echo): "Achoo!" Cullen (without looking up): Was that Tranelle? Entire Class: Probably. continues with lesson
Ian T: Wait, so do you use your secret office? Where is it? Cullen: (with a British accent) It's in Narnia, where it's always winter but never Christmas.
Cullen: Bouncers? Do you know any bouncers? Maddie K.: Yeah, he's my neighbor. I'm friends with his grandma. (laughter) Cullen: "The Bouncer and His Grandma" by Maddie K.
Ian T: Did you practice your dead cat face? Cullen: Yes! I did it in the mirror. With an accent!
Ms. Cullen: You're going to have to start talking to strangers because they have the best candy.