Sai: You know this flag froze Sai: remember when we had the snow and the icicles melted and then it froze Sai: All I can say is that it looked like a teen boy's bedsheet
//talking about frozen shirts Rose: Elsa on one shirt looking depressed as she always is
//Grossman has brought up again why he won't add Forrest Gump to the cinematic analysis list Student: Can you add Frozen? Grossman: I took my kids to see that movie. It was scary. Student: What? Another Student: I haven't even seen it yet and it's not scary! Third Student: Can we watch it now? The [other class across the hall] was when we were taking a test! Grossman: No, but when you think about it, there's this crazy Swedish chick with ice powers. Tell me that's not scary. Student: Okay, first of all, she's Norwegian... //This went on for a good five minutes
//Spanish 3 with Galloway, we're somehow talking about movies we would rather be watching in class than reviewing for a test Student: Frozen! //Student begins singing "Let it Go," others join in Galloway: N-n-n-n-no, in *Spanish.* //Student has a beat and pulls out a piece of paper and a dictionary Student: Okie-dokie! //Five minutes later... Student: Hey, Sra. Galloway, como se dice "Do You Wanna Build A Snowman" en Espanol, por favor? //Cue epic singalong time
// In Lego Robotics, coming up with a name for our robot Antares: Oh, yes. We should name our robot Olafbot! Raphael: What's Olaf? Kathleen: You don't know Olaf? From Frozen? Raphael: What's Frozen? A new TV show?