//Discussing prom plans, including transportation Emma: How expensive would it be to rent a lime-o? Anna: Huh? Emma: We could rent a lime-o, then we wouldn't need to split into different cars. //A brief confused silence David: Do you mean a limo? Emma: ...Is that how it's pronounced?
// Emma is sitting in Ms. Roberts's chair Ms. Roberts: Hey, Ms. Roberts. How's it going? Emma: Nerdy. Roberts: Oh, I see how it is.
Roberts: So I call those attractive notes "magnetic tones" because they're attractive! //Julian bursts out laughing Roberts: I just, you know, I WANT those notes. Emma (aside): She's horny for those notes.
Mr. Swaney: Did I not tell this class already? My car was torched, at four in the morning. Yeah, I wake up, my dog is barking like mad, I open the door, there are firetrucks outside, and my neighbour's like, "Dude, I think your Jeep exploded." Emma Kaufman: Your dog was barking? It must have been a terminator. They KNOW.
Mr. Swaney: So, basically, we can think of a nation as a bunch of people trying to rebel and become their own state. What are some other examples of nations? There's another obvious one that we're missing. Emma Kaufman: Texas?
Emma: Why is he being such a baby? Oh! Right, it's little kid day.