Lodal: If they call a code purple, can we all collectively just think of it as doody brown? Lodal: I feel like purple is the wrong color for it. Lodal: don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of brown, but calling it doody brown gives it a different connotation //later Lodal: poo poo
Anderson: So now, let's move on to number 5... Anderson(squinting eyes): ...artist's shit. //later Anderson: There's been some dispute about the actual contents. Andy, quietly: Taste test!
Roberts: Now, if we go back and look at my poo -- this is gonna sound really weird -- it's really thick.
Schwartz: Our glass sprinkles in hydrochloric acid are perfectly mixed thanks to the efforts of our magic Stevens and Isaiahs. Schwartz: Our glass sprinkles are a meter across and our tank is 1 light year across. You might want to check at 2am to see if the Stevens and Isaiahs are swimming. Schwartz: Swimmers are crazy, you guys wake up at 5am to go swimming. I did lifeguarding and it was a big city pool so I woke up at 6am. Schwartz: And there were like 4 people doing laps. Schwartz: Go home, let me get paid for sleeping! Schwartz: In the past, I've had grass in blood, tanks in tanks, and the particulate matter was fish tanks. Stein does feces in water.
Lodal: You could just be the poop emoji! That's acceptable in this class! You can just be three poop emojis!
Aaron: I poop potatoes? Better than anything you poop.
//when Schafer's room had a stream of "poopwater" flowing from the ceiling Student 1: Where's the nearest water fountain? Student 2: Across the hall in Schafer's room.
//In analysis 1B with Stein, doing a diff-eq problem with fecal matter in a water tank //Mr.Hammond walks in Mr.Stein: So class, what is the variable for the fecal matter in the water. //Mr.Hammond walks out
// During Thermo, Rajan and Kendix are presenting manure power as an energy source Nathan Ng: What does PETA think of this? Rajan: No more questions! Schafer: Whoa, whoa, hold on. That's actually an interesting question. Rajan: Well... (gives some common-sense explanation) Schafer: No, no, you got it all wrong! You're looking at it from a logical viewpoint. What they're going to say is that you're enslaving the animals and stealing what's rightfully theirs. Doyung: They're entitled to their poop!
//Theresa mentions outhouses Pham: You know how to making the outhouse? Dig a hole, put the water in it, and set catfish and how you call, the Asian eating it all the time, uhhh... Student: Tilapia? Pham: Tallafia! Catfish and tallafia, they are great to doing it! //He talks about how they eat poop and what farmers do when there are too many fish living in the outhouse Pham: By the way, they don't have tissue paper to wiping their butts with. What they use? Leaves. Which kind best? Student: Banana? Pham: Yes. The banana go into...okay, you guy all become vegetarian after this. Key point is, outhouse is great for industry. //continues to describe the various outhouse derivative products which are blended into pig feed