Schafer: "One, two, three, eyes on this graph." Schafer: Doesn't rhyme as well as "one, two, three, eyes on me," but it works.
// Introducing graph theory in discrete Rose: In here, edges mean friendship. // Later, discussing multiple edges between the same nodes Rose: Guang, should I give the PG-13 or PG explanation? Guang: Uh... Rose: Or the R explanation? // Starts explaining Rose: *draws two nodes and an edge* So these people, at work, have a collegial relationship. *draws another edge* But behind closed doors, on the weekends, they might also have a secret sexual relationship. // Class starts laughing Rose: *drawing a loop* You can also be friends with yourself.
//In precalc. Giles draws a horizontal zigzag line on the board. Giles: "Do not EVER draw your sine graph like how a first-grader draws mountains. I don't want to poke my eyes out with your sine graph."
Rose: Great, penis graph. Finally my career is complete.
Schafer: "So here we have a graph relating the frequency to the kinetic energy of the electron. Now, what do we see here that's important?" <silence> Schafer: "Come on, what's the most important thing when looking at a physics graph?" Alex C.: "The background color!' Schafer: "Thats great, go touch the greenhouse door"