//Eli trying to convince Kaz that he does useful things Eli: I can draw a Big Chungus in 20 seconds! Isn't that useful? Haydn: That straddles the line between useful and useless things. Eli: *hairflip* See? It S T R A D D L E S the L I N E!
//Entomology 5th //Eli holds a stool and walks around Eli: These are my udders. Milk me!
//Diffeq period 9 //Kaz gives Eli a veggie straw, which he sticks part way in his mouth. //Eli looks over his left shoulder, and then his right, looking for someone to share the veggie straw with. Eli: Dammit, there's no one I can flirt with.
//Complex //Abigail is sitting on a table, and Eli is sitting behind her. Schwartz: Eli, can you see the board? Eli: ... No. Schwartz: I only have one rule about sitting on tables. You can't do it if somebody is sitting behind you. Abigail: Yeah! Eli, you should move! //Eli sits on the table next to Abigail. Now Will Bass's vision is blocked too. //Will Bass stands on the table.
//Eli talking to Mr. Kaluta Eli: Do you know what a Big Chungus is? Kaluta: I know you’re a big chungus...
Rose: Eli tweeted me about his propositional logic helper at 3 AM. It's hilarious how that's the way he communicates. //pause Rose: Well, it's probably the fastest method of communication with me.
//In ninth period ESS Lodal: Ok, I'm gonna pick on my math people. Who are my math people? //No one raises their hand Lodal: Ok. I'm going to pick on Eli. Eli, what is a function? //Eli whimpers
Eli: Kristi, what ethnicity are you? Kristi: [...] Florida
//Klein calling on people. He points at Eli. Klein: You! Eli: I was in your class last semester. You know my name. Klein: Ah, I do know your name. White boy!
//Eli bet Kristi she couldn't wear a pancake on her head all day //Dondee walks into precal carrying an origami deer head Student 1: Mr. Giles, why don't you even look surprised that someone just brought in a paper deer head? Giles: There is literally someone wearing a bread hat. I wouldn't be surprised if someone came in with a deer carcass. Student 2: It's a pancake, not bread. //Later, Katheryn puts a pancake on her head as well Giles: Now there are two people wearing pancakes. //Later, Schafer is explaining an analogy involving polar graphs, a mouse, a toy car, and a bucket of paint Giles: You all stare at him like he's crazy as you wear pancakes on your head. Schafer: Ooh I like pancakes!