Ace: what if we're just pizza? ... but like, coagulated and developed over a long time?
Lodal: Is it an ice cream cone? Is it a large slice of pizza? I don't know. There are many ways you could describe it.
//9th discrete Rose: So we have three sizes of pizza, there are 7 different toppings, and we can have as many toppings as we want. How many different pizzas can we make? *Stein happens to be in the room and comes up to the board and starts doing the problem* Stein: so you have 7 choose 1, that's 7, and for 7 choose 2... But then you get to like 7 choose 5 and I can't do that. Rose: You don't have to, we just leave it like that, the numbers don't matter. Stein: tHe NuMbErS dOnT mAtTeR? I thought you were going to tell me how many pizzas I could order!!!
Cirincione: No matter if it's Trump or Obama, everyone will say his budget is...rainbows, and pizza, and happiness
// Sysops Team Pizza Meeting // Jamie enters room Jamie: I'm technically a Sysop // shoves pizza into his mouth and leaves the room
//M-E and Jade knock on the door to 325 while Pham is teaching a class Pham: You guy want pizza right? It raining too hard. //Entire class stares weirdly at M-E and Jade
//In a math class Annie: I like Italian pizza. Viju: I like all pizza. Teacher: What do you mean by Italian pizza? Annie: You know, like, Neopolitan pizza. Viju: Soooo it has a chocolate section and a vanilla section and a strawberry section?
//defining a segment of a circle in math class Teacher: So you take your girlfriend out for pizza. You're going to eat the crust and let your girlfriend eat the pizza, because you're a man, right. //Awkward pause Teacher: Hell no! I'm eating the damn pizza!!
//At Daniel Chen's house for an ESS project Daniel's dad: Hey I got pizza. Oh yeah, Daniel Barg is kosher. Can you eat this? Barg: What kind of pizza is it? Daniel's dad: It meat lovers! It has everything on it! Chen: I don't think it's kosher...
Mr. Schafer: The nice thing about forces are that they are like an extra layer on top of everything we already know about physics. It's kind of like the frosting on a cake. Students: But we don't like frosting! Mr. Schafer: Okay, then it's like chocolate syrup on ice cream. Students: We don't like that either! Mr. Schafer: Then it's like a free extra topping on a pizza...