sahu:"Go to legal parties not the parties that have illegal things going on"
Stein: The weekend is coming, so I'm going to go clubbin', because I always go clubbin' on saturday. Stein: But this time is a very special clubbin', because I'm going to take students with me. Stein: Of course, you all want to go, obviously. Stein, after randomly sampling students: Now, you seven people -- and a panda -- you will go clubbing with me. Stein: Make sure to come at 1:30 AM on Saturday, because that's when the party gets started. Dress up, because it's a party. Stein, later: I don't want to have a lot of people who are really bad dancers, because that'd be embarrassing.
Delaney: Fun party fact: if you get three unexcused absences, you could lose credit. Delaney: Another fun party fact: if you get three unexcused tardies, it's equivalent to an unexcused absence. Will: Dr. Delaney, you must be really fun at parties.
Paul: I once went to an ugly sweater party. But I didn't have an ugly sweater, so I took a normal sweater and pinned pictures of ugly celebrities to it. Like Steve Buscemi and Lindsay Lohan's mug shots. //laughs Paul: And another time, I went to a party dressed as Santa Claus. Then everyone came up and asked me if I was Indian Santa Claus. I was like, why can't I just be regular Santa Claus?
Jake R: Friday night I am going to a...I was going to say party, but only popular people have parties. What I'm going to is more like a gathering of nerds.
//During jazz band, while explaining how to play the build up section of a chart into the solo section. Ms. Roberts: The point of these measures is to party. Ittai, you start the party. Class: *laughs* Ms. Roberts: Huh, yeah, THAT'S believable.
Mr. Swaney: They [China] do have eight sanctioned "opposition" parties. "Opposition" meaning they pledge allegiance to the Communist Party.