Sudhish: I think that the dog wants to get groomed. Sudhish: Not that kind of groomed. // Sudhish: I like being dominant. Sudhish(looking at Victor's notebook): Is that Chinese? Victor: That's racist! Sudhish: Oh, your handwriting just sucks.
Delaney: What color is your blood? Sudhish: Blue? *Delaney gives him a blank stare* Sudhish: Green?
// Dr. Delaney talking about how he accidentally injected himself with mouse bone marrow Delaney: So now I am allergic to mice but I can also smell mice from far away. Sudhish: So you're mouse man!
//Hammond visited to tell us about Puzzlepalooza and its origin Hammond: You would show up to school on time, have nothing to do for two hours, and get hit by a car when you go to Starbucks. Hammond: Then we made Puzzlepalooza, and everyone loved it, and nobody died that year. Hammond, quietly: Nobody died in the previous years. That's a joke. I guess it's too early for jokes. //later Hammond, to Bosse: These are good questions they're asking. Is this your Ravenclaw class? //later, after Hammond left Bosse: No questions? You had so many questions for Mr ... what's-his-name. Sudhish: Why don't you know his name? Bosse: There's so many Peters running around here!
Sudhish: who did you have for orgo? Andy: Dr. Brabazon Sudhish: Did you have Hart at all? Andy: Yeah, for the first three weeks before she went on maternity leave and then again at the end of the semester. Sudhish: Was she pregnant the first three weeks? Andy: …she was pregnant for the whole nine months before.
Bosse: Make the font big enough that I don't need to use a microscope to read it. Alma: So, 14 points? 16? 20? Bosse: I'm old, but I'm not *that* old. Sudhish: Yet //later Bosse, digging thru drawer: Actually, I have -- not a microscope -- a magnifying glass -- which a student gave me once, when I told them I couldn't read their paper.
Stein: So from now on we will just slide over the maths. Stein: *makes water sloshing sounds* Sudhish: *moans*
//chaotic bramble anthology, december 21 "Well, there are two types of people in the world. One: people who are intolerant of other people's opinions. Two: the Dutch." "Welcome to your last 8th period of 2022. I know this is a time for deep reflection, to think about how far you've come. If your last class was just around the corner: not very far." "Looking around the room, I've got plenty of argumentative people around me." "I just realised why it's so quiet today. Sudhish is absent." "BMM -- Black MA0s Matter? I don't know. It's the first thing that comes to mind. I have a small vocabulary." (after a student says he always looks great) "Well, someone needs to see the optometrist." "When explaining the miracle of Chanukah to modern children, you might compare the oil to a phone that you could use for eight days and nights without charging."
Stein(to Sudhish): This is good. Stein: This is one of the few times you have been respectful.
Stein: Sometimes, I make mistakes. Stein: I last made one in '92. Sudhish: Was it your child?