//Mr. Rose is explaining how logical if works using a promise as an analogy //In the story, Mr. Rose's wife promised "If school is cancelled, I'll buy you a panda." Mr. Rose: If school doesn't get cancelled, but she still buys me a panda, then what? Mandy: She's a keeper! //Everybody laughs, including Mr. Rose Rose: Well, she's a *promise* keeper.
Rao: Are you going to be making any drawings that will give me nightmares? Mandy: Uhhh...maybe?
Mandy: I loved the ending because everyone died.
Duval: Do you want to, like, scare Mandy to pieces? Is that your goal in life?
Mandy: Diego, why are you here? Diego: 'Cause I'm in this class ... right? Diego: See, this is especially confusing, because I'm the kind of guy who doesn't know what classes he has.
// pd. 6 rose, learning about limits // up on the board is a function such that half of its values approach 1 and the the other half approach -1 rose: what if i were to say the limit of this function is 1? i say so because i can get as close to as 1 as you want. rose: now one of you has to prove me wrong. mandy: *raises her hand* rose: mandy! destroy me!! mandy: you can get as close to 1, but i can also get as close to -1. rose: mandy just just fought my wishy-washy logic with more wishy-washy logic.
// In stat the juniors are talking about the annoying annual Huck Finn essay Mandy: Remember Shakib's essay? // Laughter Shakib: It was amazing, but Ms. Gross gave me a zero. Mandy: You wrote your entire essay about how Jim and Huck were gay for each other. Shakib: You're just jealous because my essay is better than all your Silver Chips articles. Class: Ooooooh.
Hinkle: I can hear you ladies talking back there. Mandy: Uhhh... Hinkle: About your weekend and that he was good. Mandy: WHAT?!