// commentary on seeds growing well when watered with diet coke Duval: You did something magic to them! Carlos: We gave them love. Duval: Well, see -- now that's another variable!
Goldman: Of course we have the high holy day of love-capitalism on Sunday, so take care of the ones you love.
Piper: So have you guys fallen in love yet? // silence Piper: No? Okay, so you might not be able to relate to this.
//Talking about Han Chinese romance novels Whitacre: love never dies, it just gets stupid
Rose: (introducing a premise in Logic) So, your mother loves you or your father loves you. Hopefully, they both do, but that's why you have two parents.
//On the bus a few weeks ago, after a realization Telon: I thought you said you didn't want to go to prom? //grinning Shriyash: Well minds change, you know.
//Start of a new unit titled "My friends and family" Subayi: Repeat after me *goes through list of words while students repeats them* Now, here is how you conjugate to love at first sight. Student: How do you say "it was love at first sight?" Subayi: Why? You fell in love? *Writes how to say it on the board* Student: No, I just want to know, Subayi: Alright, go home and tell your mom this. I hope she slaps you with a shoe.
Moose: If my kids were hungry, I would steal. If my kids were cold, I would steal clothes. In those circumstances, would I die? Yeah, in a heartbeat.
Stein: So I was trying to find a good example of a real life exponential function. Bacteria doesn't work. And money doesn't work, it eventually runs out. So I could only think of one: Love.
Piper: Angelina! Stop playing Rock Paper Scissors with George! Lenny: Ooh La La! Piper: Rock Paper Scissors is how Magnet Students romance...