Chinese

  • “What, are they going to throw turkeys at us?” Aseeb
  • “We’re learning about the Chinese and how fast they reproduce.” Aseeb
  • “I can’t multi-task. I can’t even chew gum and walk at the same time.” Aseeb
  • “Philip, you should not drink coffee. Soda. It makes you hyper.” Mrs. Liu
  • “Sometimes I eat children!” Phil
  • “Crew is so awesome, I don’t know why everyone doesn’t do crew!” Zoe
  • “I’ll put on an apron and you can be a bread loaf and I’ll put you in the oven!” Phil
  • “Is there a drinking age in China?” Cat
        • “No. Baby can drink.” Mrs. Liu
  • “I am wearing two different shoes right now, just want to say that.” Sra. Reidy
  • “I didn’t know that beer was illegal.” Mrs. Liu
        • “You gave your students beer?” Cat
  • “Do you have beer at school?” Mrs. Liu
  • “Why is the character for sun smaller than the character for moon?” Friedy
        • “You can talk to my ancestors. Let me know if you talk to them.” Mrs. Liu
  • “Xiao Bai is a spy for the Russians!” Phil
        • “Xiao Bai... yeah.” Mrs. Liu
  • “If you give me another cookie, I will not give you the quiz.” Mrs. Liu

Algebra

  • “Dustin what is your problem? You bonehead!” Mr. MacKenzie
  • “Aren’t you going to wish me luck too?” Adrian
        • “Do you have a game too?” Mr. MacKenzie
        • “Yeah you think I always look this good?” Adrian
  • “How many times do you need to be hit before you know it hurts?” Mr. Lemire
  • “Some people become teachers just to mess with your brains.” Mr. Lemire
  • “Algebra One kids are doing this stuff! They’re not going the B problems though, they would cry.” Mr. Lemire
  • “I was in a class once where a kid jumped out the window.” Mr. Lemire
  • “If I showed this to an Algebra 1 class...I’m glad I’m in a room with no windows so no one could jump out.” Mr. Lemire
  • “Maybe we can make a window so we can throw Dustin through it!” Mr. Lemire
  • “Americans don’t believe in moderation. Supersize!” Mr. Lemire
  • “Some people will never be alums.” Mr. Lemire
        • “We’re sorry Vanessa.” Dustin
  • “I found the secret: don’t sleep. If you don’t sleep it’s amazing how much work you can do.” Mr. Lemire
  • “I think we should replace Vanessa with the penguin.” Dustin
  • “English is spoken in many tongues.” Dustin
  • “My math teacher works in a porta potty!” Dustin
  • “I was Ms. America.” Mr. Lemire
  • “Honors Algebra II is like getting eaten, then thrown back up, then getting put into a meat grinder, then getting thrown off a cliff.” Dustin
  • “Frogs’ legs. Just think of all those poor frogs in wheelchairs.” Mr. Lemire
  • “Remembering is hard to remember. Remember that.” Dustin

Modern Euro

  • “I sharpen pencils, therefore I am. That’s what my pencil sharpener thinks.” Mr. Curley
  • “I crush your head, or I cut off your beard.” Mr. Curley
  • “Voltaire was kind of an ass.” Mr. Curley
  • “You are what you eat, so you might as well eat your textbook.” Mr. Curley
  • “Women say a lot of things during labor.” Mr. Curley
  • “It doesn’t work to crucify little wafers.” Mr. Curley
  • “If you give Napoleon a cookie, he’ll want a piece of Russia.”
  • “He gave us a lot of rope and most of us hung ourselves.” Mr. Curley
  • “Child labor rocks! Yes!” Mr. Milne
  • “The government should be able to – ooh that’s my favorite screensaver!” Mr. Curley
  • “Mr. Milne, did you remember to feed the piranha this week?” Mr. Curley
        • “Every Wednesday.” Mr. Milne
  • “An anarchy is a type of government headed by an anarch.” from a book of badly written essays
  • “Take a deep breath and hold it until June.” Mr. Curley
  • “He used to work in a bicycle factory, I had to take his job.” Mr. Curley
        • “Who did?” me
        • “My husband.” Mr. Curley
  • “Cottage cheese or meat? Ask your pocketbook.”
  • “It’s gas! Save your donkey.” Mr. Curley
  • “So for the past 16 years I’ve been Russian...” Grigs
  • “That exchange rate was so yesterday.” Mr. Curley
  • “He thought peasants were useless so Bobovich said, ‘Well screw you too!’” Mr. Curley
  • “Welcome to extreme bad time to be a peasant. Even worse than every other time to be a peasant.” Mr. Curley
  • “Next time you guys decide to run a dictatorship, this is the way you should approach things.” Mr. Curley
  • “Bobo is General Bobo now.” Mr. Curley
  • I miss Mr. Curley!!!

English

  • “Does this make any sense?” Mr. Childs
        • “Well I don’t know why you have an autographed picture of Rosie.” Dustin
  • “This sheet is just asking to be made fun of.” Tucker
  • “Dad, where’s the shotgun?” Ben
  • “Dustin, I’m surprised that you have lived this long.” Mr. Childs
  • “I can read. Strange but true.” Mr. Childs
  • “I’m two months pregnant, okay?” Andrew
  • “Looks like they meant to put an index then forgot.” Tucker
  • “I can’t read the answer, can you tell me it?” Dustin
  • “Nobody gets raped in a Spanish restaurant.” Mr. Childs
  • “In my day we had these things called Goosebumps.” Harris
        • “In your day? Was this back when the wheel was being invented?” Mr. Childs
  • “Harris, pull up your pants.” Mr. Childs
  • “Stop apologizing!” Ali
        • “I’m sorry!” Tucker
  • “She’s like telling him, ‘Yeah, I’m messed up.’” Mr. Childs
  • “All right, Harris? Obviously you didn’t get a razor over break.” Mr. Childs
  • “So, I don’t really understand why MacBeth is crazy.” Harris (reading Hamlet)
  • “I. Hate. Estrogen.” Adam
  • “Maybe if there was a big pile of poop in the hallway I would step daintily over it.” Mr. Childs
  • “Chill or be chilled.” Adam

Latin

  • note: Matt is Matt McCormick
  • “People say it’s the thought that counts. If I thought about studying, does that count?” Grigs
  • “People who are normal amaze you, Matt.” Doc
  • “It’s shocking that you can be as brain-dead as I am and teach in this school.” Doc
  • “In my advisory, I’m with all the kids that are going to go to college!” Matt
  • “Matt, tell your parents it’s time to have the talk.” Doc
  • “Matt, I want you to take this down, and take 40 minutes to get back.” Doc
  • “Along with a life, Matt, you could use some mojo.” Doc
  • “Why don’t you just have us write on stone tablets?” Matt
  • “Explain to Matt what puberty is. He doesn’t know those big words yet.” Doc
  • “Matt, you’ve grown up in a zoo, nevermind.” Doc
  • “Would you consider your relationship with Mr. Anthony to be Platonic?” Tony
  • "John McCain can’t be President, he’ll drop dead!” Ali
        • “The average American life span is what, like 76 years? He’s got 10 months!” Kelsey Kanik
  • “Iovis, Iovi, Io Mamma.” Doc
        • for all non-Latinists, that's pronounced "yowiss, yowee, yo mamma"
  • “He has to stop and say hi to girls first.” Ms. Steele
        • “Adrian is a guy.” Adam
  • “I go to da rocks to get da chronic.” Doc
  • “Doc is a girl. I’m convinced.” Kelsey
  • “Don’t taise me bro!” Doc
  • “That’s my tickle-me-Elmo laugh.” Matt
        • “Sometimes I forget I teach kindergarten.” Doc
  • “Well, tool, the fact that you’re a tool, comes from this.” Doc
  • “Those of you who are taking AP, I guarantee that Vergil will never do this to you.” Doc
  • “Is it a no break day? Ew. Disgusting.” Kelsey
        • “Aw, bollocks!” Matt

Choir

  • “Carl used to think it was okay to eat muffins in class, but it’s not okay.” Mrs. Devino

Free Period

  • “I’m leaving now.” Craig
        • “Hey! Get back here beautiful!” Seiger
        • “First I was kidding, but now I’m not.” Craig
  • “Philip, aren’t you supposed to be in Choir?” Kaitlyn
        • “No, I’m a girl!” Phil

Chemistry

  • “If there’s an F word in here, that’s Fahrenheit. We don’t use that word in here.” Mr. Bradley
  • “This is so weird to open up a marker that smells like apple.” Mr. Bradley
  • “Cook on it and beat people from your house all at the same time.” Mr. Bradley
  • “I don’t know if you guys have ever tried it, I don’t know if you smoke a lot but I’m not going to go there.” Mr. Bradley
  • “Ninja School: secret ways to kill people.” Mr. Bradley
  • “Mr. Bradley, you were a Chemistry nerd even when you were little.” Claire
        • “No, I was just dangerous.” Mr. Bradley
  • “It’s like pea green.” me
        • “If you were peeing that color I’d be seeing a doctor.” Mr. Bradley

Crew

  • “What happened to your toe, Alex?”
        • “I don’t know. I sort of looked down and part of it was missing.” Seiger
  • “You could be a light-weight girl!” Lisa
        • “I am!” MaPo
  • “I’m an Asian that’s horrible at math, that’s what I am.” Chloe

Nordic

  • “Life is only as easy as you make it, so don’t do anything.” Mr. Moerlein
  • “If God wanted us to wear clothes, he would have made us that way.” Romo
  • “If no one else points out the obvious, you might as well point it out.” Kye
  • “Hello snow. It’s nice to see you up close again.” Charlotte

Miscellaneous

  • “I’m a hands-on kind of guy.” Harris
  • “Let’s draw a meloncholy...flower.” Elise (cauliflower)
  • “What do I get every day use out of? Certainly not condoms.” Caroline (ps. my mom saw that quote when I first wrote it in my planner)
  • “It’s human nature, Ms. Foster.” me
        • “Oh, but teachers are not humans, we’re machines. I get plugged in every night.” Ms. Foster
  • “The students at this school think it’s a right to have teachers who can read.” Ms. Steele
  • “I agree with the idea of unity, but isn’t that just communism?” Fritz
  • “Her, but, ...” Elise
        • “Woh, what about her butt?!” Ms. Foster
  • “Sixth graders shouldn’t have friends.” Mrs. Geyer
nov 5 2009 ∞
mar 17 2010 +
user picture Caroline: I'm sorry. I do NOT remember the condoms line. Ohh I miss Mr. Curley too! It makes me want to cry! And I miss having Matt in our latin class. That was so much fun. I think freshman year latin with Ms. Roberts just kicked ass as the best class ever (as far as people in it i mean). dec 22 2009
user picture Erin: well Caroline if I wrote it down it means that you said it :) hahaha