Howard: A beat up dog doesn't make me feel emotional!
Schwartz: dogs are machines by which non dog is turned into dog
// Street Pd 9 // Student 1 has a sweatshirt on with pictures of dogs Student 2: Wow, those dogs are really cute! Student 3: I'm really tempted to pull a Street right now, take out my phone, and start talking about how attractive my dog is. // Two minutes later, Street walks over Street: Oh cool, your sweatshirt has dogs on it! *Street pulls out his phone and starts showing us pictures of his dogs*
some days your the dog, some days your the fire hydrant...
Martinez: And if you're saying "what are you" Martinez: It'd be like "I'm a human", "I'm a dog", "I'm a female", ...
// Kirk holds up dog Kirk: Look! It's my class! // No students have camera on Kirk: It's a bunch of names!
Rose: Wait a minute, this is just a remake of Mean Girls but with cartoon Russian dogs!
Schafer: So there are 2 things about my kids that I'm really proud of. So the first thing is that they both could ride a bike, no training wheels, by the time they were 4. //class murmurs, impressed Schafer: The second thing is that, when they were first learning how to speak, whenever they saw a small dog they'd both say "kitty cat!"
Student1: I don't want a relationship, I want a dog.
//Pd, 9 Analysis 1A, trying to describe a certain solid of revolution Student: It looks like one of those dog cones. Rose: You're right. By the way, my parent's dog is wearing one of those. It just got dog surgery--which is, like, really expensive. I would have just moved on and gotten another dog. Class: What!? Rose: Seriously...it's like 10,000 dollars!