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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby kernelpanic » Fri Dec 05, 2008 11:35 pm UTC

In my biology class, there is an average girl that always asks "Wait, will this be on the test?" It's acceptable for things that may or may not be, but sometimes she says it in the most awkward time. Once this happened:
Teacher: And the undigested food, as feces, comes out from the anus
This girl: Will it be on the test?
Teacher: Yes, It's on the syllabus (He always says this, and he also sometimes tells the girl to check in the syllabus before asking)
Student(With poor vision): Comes out of the what?
<uncontrollable laughter>
This Girl: ANUS A-N-U-S It's on the test. I've already written it in big letters in my notebook! (She shows it covered in random variations in design of the word ANUS)
<Last 15 mins. of class: Uncontrollable laughter, start of a new meme, and the girl asking what's so funny>
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby wst » Sat Dec 06, 2008 3:37 pm UTC

Monika wrote:wst: The text is black in Firefox.

I was talking about the comment the cynical idealist said, about highlighting the text or using a text only browser.
Which was wrong.

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby DrProfessorPhD » Sun Dec 07, 2008 4:34 am UTC

Ok, at a donating function sponsored by our NHS. I'm working the hot chocolate and snack shop, and it is fairly cold outside. We have a secondary open topped container of hot water being heated in the back, making it a very comfortable temp.
Several others who are cold enter.
Its so warm!
*see the hot water container*
Is it warm?
The other person in the room at the time:It's warm, but it's very hot.

Yeah. She's not stupid, but it seems that the sentence was a concatenation of Yes, its warm, and It's very hot.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Cynical Idealist » Sun Dec 07, 2008 5:50 pm UTC

wst wrote:
Monika wrote:wst: The text is black in Firefox.

I was talking about the comment the cynical idealist said, about highlighting the text or using a text only browser.
Which was wrong.

To test this, I went and dragged out IE. The text turned out to be white, but part of it was still unreadable without selections or highlighting (as some of that white text ends up on a white background).

The problem, on Firefox
The problem, on Internet Explorer.

Even with white text, it still needs highlighting in places. Images linked because they're large.


I was wrong, you can actually read the whole thing by using Firefox and IE to fill in the other's "blind spots", as it were. Or you could highlight the problem areas, or use a text-only browser.

If Opera does not suffer from the "white text on white background spots" thing, I'd like to see a screencap.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Klye » Sun Dec 07, 2008 6:56 pm UTC

Theres a guy in my architecture studio that never really thinks out what he says during final reviews. Example:
Guy - ...And the path between the entry and the yoga studio is open air...
Reviewer - So, what happens if it starts raining?
G - I don't know, you could put a tarp over it. I kind of like those blue FEMA ones.

Another time:
R - What is this big thing the stairs go around filled with?
G - Dirt.
R - This takes up way too much space to not serve any major purpose, and you're telling me its filled with dirt? There has to be something important in there.
G - Well, I guess you could put trash in it.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Snowdream » Sun Dec 07, 2008 9:11 pm UTC

We have a professor named 'Prof Godwin.' We whom love this professor, will call her simply; 'God.' (This is a personal joke, so not many people are aware of her nickname)... So one day, a student was freaking out about an assignment, while the Professor was talking to another student:

Student: "Dear god, help me please..."

Professor: "Shh! I'm busy..."

The class couldn't be settled down after that....
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby wst » Sun Dec 07, 2008 9:13 pm UTC

Cynical Idealist wrote:If Opera does not suffer from the "white text on white background spots" thing, I'd like to see a screencap.
Alas, it does, but I skimread and so fit in the words fine.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Senefen » Thu Dec 11, 2008 3:45 am UTC

On getting back those Australia wide science test results
Teacher: Kate; credit, very good. Rachel; distinction, Jamie; distinction, Catherine; *hands back paper*
Catherine: I GOT PARTICIPATION! *runs around classroom screaming* WOOOOOOOOOOOO!
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby austin42 » Thu Dec 11, 2008 10:21 pm UTC

I actually keep a quotebook of memorable quotes from my classes from day to day. I think I'll share some of them with you all.

Person A: I was not prepeating. I was looking into the future and then repeating what you said.
Person B: That's prepeating.
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Person B: The goals of our lab are to prove that vectors are a force quantity...
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Person C (A guy): My health teacher told me that I can contract vaginitis.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Master_Bratac » Fri Dec 12, 2008 2:11 pm UTC

A couple from Latin class:

(The situation: It was just after convention, and a girl from our class had been elected OJCL President. This is probably paraphrased a bit)
"So, you're the president of Latin?"


(The situation: We were reading that one insanely long Catullus poem, literally half of which is spent describing a tapestry or something. We had just translated the part where Ariadne is standing on the shore and all of her clothes were falling off for some reason."
"Can we watch the movie?"
(BONUS: The one who said that was a girl.)

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby austin42 » Sat Dec 13, 2008 12:18 am UTC

Teacher: Along comes a plus sign. What do you tell it to do?
Student: GTFO!

(Explanation of how a computer converts algebraic notation into post-fix notation. The equation in algebraic form was "2+3*4-5")
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Gojoe » Sat Dec 13, 2008 12:25 am UTC

austin42 wrote:Teacher: Along comes a plus sign. What do you tell it to do?
Student: GTFO!

(Explanation of how a computer converts algebraic notation into post-fix notation. The equation in algebraic form was "2+3*4-5")
This made me giggle. Because I thought it was being told to like a 5 year old.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby mochafairy » Sat Dec 13, 2008 10:48 am UTC

junior year, ap calc bc. We were discussing the bell curve and how the points of inflection are at the points of standard deviation. I wasn't really in the mood to do integrals...
teacher: so, how would we integrate [math]\int_{a}^{b}e^{-x^2}, dx[/math]?
me: screw that. multiply it by zero. Problem solved.

My good roomie from last year: This is like sex, except in brownie form!
Me: Except you can enjoy this infront of your parents without them killing you.
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Take normal brownies, unprepared. Add chocolate chunks to them--a broken up Hershey's bar, Dove chocolate, etc. Get creative. Next, add chocolate syrup. Lots of it. Mix in the other normal ingredients...eggs, oil, and milk (honestly, why does the box tell you to use water?). Procede to bake the brownies as if they were normal.

Oh, but it gets better, chocolate lovers. Much better.

Let the brownies cool. Take chocolate frosting and frost the brownies until it looks like a giant thing of frosting. Now take chocolate chips and place them ontop of the brownies. Serve lightly warmed.


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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Shakleton » Mon Dec 22, 2008 12:05 am UTC

One from my brother-in-law, back from his school days:

A small group of younger students was bragging about how they could speak latin and so on and so on. My brother-in-law got annoyed, walked over to them and told them the following:

You can't say that you know latin without knowing the meaning of cunningulus and fellatio.

When asked for said meaning, he sent them to his hate-teacher who happened to teach latin. :mrgreen:
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby ibtrippen » Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:16 am UTC

6th period AP Calculus. Friend has just snorted a line of sour powder from the sour Skittles I was eating.
Friend: It burns! It burns!


Friend doing a presentation on phobias:
Wendy: What's wrong?
Audience: The doll you brought in, it's head is on backwards.
Wendy: I'll fix that. *crack* [she twists the head on correctly]
Audience: AAh! It turns?
Wendy: It's not really connected to anything. *pop* [she takes it off to show]


O-Chem lab: What should I do when I spill concentrated acid on my hands? [note: her hands were already turning yellow]
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Janjianel » Mon Dec 22, 2008 2:06 am UTC

My Earth Science class is working on a lab and a student was talking about our math teacher. Suddenly, the room gets that extremely awkward silent moment, right when he says, "I think (_____) is a vampire."

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Nosferatu » Mon Dec 22, 2008 4:46 am UTC

We were sitting in a Science class and we were about to begin a prac which involved us using salt water. The teacher had prepared a big beaker of said water when he was talking to the class about the prac, he did this by pouring large amounts of salt into the water filled beaker as you do. He then put the big container of salt down next to the beaker as he is finished explaining what he was and asks "Are there any question before we begin?". A girl quickly puts her hand in the air and asks "Did you go to the beach to get that?" pointing at the beaker. My friends and I are at this point laughing our heads off and are about ready to do some serious face desk-ing.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Ralith » Sun Jan 04, 2009 7:08 pm UTC

One of the preps who looks like she has implants is in my science class. We were doing an icecream making lab, where we brought milk and various other things, and had to shake it together in a bag with ice.

She yells at the top of her lungs, halfway through class.. ,"HOW YAH LIKE MY MILKSHAKES BABY!?!"
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Postby MarcyMarc » Sun Jan 04, 2009 7:32 pm UTC

"Not to be judgemental, but you're an idiot."

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby wst » Sun Jan 11, 2009 7:39 pm UTC

Not really awesome, but it did create laughter.

We were all eating cake in physics, and a girl from one of the other schools was brought into the room by a teacher, for a trial day. She had her uniform on.

T: What's your name
G: Alice
T: What school do you go to?
G: Dame Alice
I make a little *badum-tiss* noise and everyone who heard it (not the teacher, not Alice) looks at me and laughs.

I said it because she was in her uniform and he asked what school she went to, I only noticed the name thing later. And everyone thought the same thing at the same time.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Wolfy » Fri Jan 16, 2009 2:28 am UTC

Not sure if anybody else will find this funny but out Scholar Bowl went to a local TV game show called High Q where 2 teams of four compete by answering trivia questions. One team sits on top, the other below them so while we were waiting to go on we all watched the show. Near our turn our teacher came up to us and this conversation ensued

Teacher: "Do you guys want top or bottom?"
Everybody else: (Talking amongst themselves about what they want)
Me: (after slowly turning around to face the group) "That depends on what the context is, I'm a top-man myself."

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Postby Shakleton » Sat Jan 17, 2009 1:13 pm UTC

Wolfy wrote:Not sure if anybody else will find this funny but out Scholar Bowl went to a local TV game show called High Q where 2 teams of four compete by answering trivia questions. One team sits on top, the other below them so while we were waiting to go on we all watched the show. Near our turn our teacher came up to us and this conversation ensued

Teacher: "Do you guys want top or bottom?"
Everybody else: (Talking amongst themselves about what they want)
Me: (after slowly turning around to face the group) "That depends on what the context is, I'm a top-man myself."


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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Skizzle » Sat Jan 17, 2009 3:39 pm UTC

Pupil starts bragging over a particular haircut he's just got. Pupil asks;
'What do you think sir?'
Teacher replies
'I think that on a scale of 0 to ugly you are munting...'

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Postby Monika » Sat Jan 17, 2009 3:49 pm UTC

He's what? http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=munting says something about digging out corpses and ... don't read the rest if you have eaten today.
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Postby Why Two Kay » Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:29 pm UTC

Monika wrote:He's what? http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=munting says something about digging out corpses and ... don't read the rest if you have eaten today.


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Postby Marz » Sat Jan 17, 2009 6:51 pm UTC

Teacher: "Could you name a condition?"
Student: "'C'?"
Teacher: "No, that's a state."
Student: "You're a state."

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Ajtucker22 » Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:14 pm UTC

My friend told me this one, still makes me laugh.

He was in woodshop when the teacher asked how much everyone thought the piece of wood weighed. So everyone said there answer, and my friend goes
"5 dollars, bob."
no one got the joke. The teacher was not amused.

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Postby gmm » Sun Jan 18, 2009 12:06 am UTC

A girl in my class said just the other day that you can climb Mount Cock in New Zealand. She somehow failed to see that it's Cook, not Cock, which was quite funny.
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Postby Monika » Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:04 pm UTC

Ajtucker22 wrote:My friend told me this one, still makes me laugh.

He was in woodshop when the teacher asked how much everyone thought the piece of wood weighed. So everyone said there answer, and my friend goes
"5 dollars, bob."
no one got the joke. The teacher was not amused.

Explain.
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Ajtucker22 » Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:39 pm UTC

Monika wrote:
Ajtucker22 wrote:My friend told me this one, still makes me laugh.

He was in woodshop when the teacher asked how much everyone thought the piece of wood weighed. So everyone said there answer, and my friend goes
"5 dollars, bob."
no one got the joke. The teacher was not amused.

Explain.

I believe he was parodying "The Price Is Right"

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Alpha Omicron » Sun Jan 18, 2009 9:36 pm UTC

Snowdream wrote:We have a professor named 'Prof Godwin.' We whom who love this professor, [...]

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby i_ll_winn » Thu Jan 29, 2009 1:42 am UTC

Someone decided to cut out a male genitalia out of wood and make a necklace out of it.
So my friend goes up to him and says, "Why do you have a penis around your neck?" Hew replies that it is his lucky charm and he dipped it into some holy water so I say "You put your penis in holy water? Thats like T-bagging god."
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Postby Chfan » Thu Jan 29, 2009 9:59 pm UTC

Today in Japanese "class" (I won't go into details) we were assigned 10 hiragana to learn. We've already done ten, so when the teacher stopped and asked how many that was, my friend piped up,

"Fifteen?"

He's a smart guy, but he talks as he thinks. I replied:

"Dude. Math skillz."

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Okay, so maybe you had to be there.
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Postby HarleyQuinn » Sat Jan 31, 2009 4:53 am UTC

*Math*
The teacher was going very fast and doing 7 steps but only explaining one part and everyone was struggling to keep up and irritated.
Student: Wait, but, where'd you get that? How'd you do that part?
Other Student: *Whips around* With magic, ok? with fucking magic.
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Postby joshz » Sat Jan 31, 2009 3:01 pm UTC

We were at lunch playing would you rather. I don't remember who said what, so I'll just use student 1, 2, and 3.

Student 1: Would you rather eat or rape a baby?
Student 2: That depends. Could you use ketchup?
Student 3 (completely serious-sounding): For which one?
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby bigarchguy » Mon Feb 02, 2009 10:32 pm UTC

During a psych discussion, the topic of domestic violence came up. The professor asked my friend to weigh in on the subject (randomly called on him), to which he replied "I'd rather not, since i know for a lot of people this hits close to home." My eyes watered from trying to hold in the laughter.

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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby logoseph » Tue Feb 03, 2009 4:16 am UTC

I have had three main opportunities at my school to observe hilarious student quotes:
1) our weekly Monday "chapel." My private school has a very religious administration and a decidedly sarcastic, irreligious student body. Combine that with our new reverend's tendency to ask for audience participation with questions about his latest "inspirational" video, it gets... interesting. There have been many, but hands down the best was after a video about a twelve year-old who's climbed Mt. McKinley, and cried when he reached the top. The reverend asked what we could learn from the video, and one student (this isn't the best) responds sarcastically that "if you need to cry, you should cry." Everyone laughs, but the Rev, totally straight-faced, agrees and asks (this is a direct quote) "Yes, but what's important here is, I mean, what are those tears connected to?

One Senior raises his hand and yells "his FACE?"
No one heard the next five minutes of the sermon over the laughter.

2) In our AP Spanish class, several of the students do their homework by using Google Translate, or other similar literal translation devices. One day, the assignment was simply to find the translations of a list of idiomatic expressions, and one girl came up with some gems like "play the ball cup game" for bowling, but before she said her translation of play hopscotch, another girl mockingly muttered "play the foot-jumpy game."

3) For my creative writing class I had to keep a list. Odd thing is, they all made sense in context, but they're all too long to explain. So, here are a few of the best:

"Ice cream is not a penis."
"The w's mimic the sound of pizza."
"My toenails are politically oppressed?"
"She was eaten by elves."
And, no sexual implication intended by the speaker, "I bet Jesus could eat himself."
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby joshz » Tue Feb 03, 2009 9:28 pm UTC

Two quotes involving the same person:
Teacher: [NAME], what letter is this?
Student (not joking around): FOUR!

And randomly in the middle of math class today:
"It smells like ant killer in here."
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Re: Awesome Student Quotes

Postby Why Two Kay » Wed Feb 04, 2009 1:43 am UTC

Teacher: And so on line 15 the pacing of this poem is controlled by the... [waits for answer]
Female Student: The dot-comma thing!
Me: *facepalm*
Teacher: *facepalm*
Everybody Else: *laughs*

(She was talking about a semi-colon.)
tl;dr - I said nothing important.

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Postby Chfan » Wed Feb 04, 2009 8:09 pm UTC

Why Two Kay wrote:Teacher: And so on line 15 the pacing of this poem is controlled by the... [waits for answer]
Female Student: The dot-comma thing!
Me: *facepalm*
Teacher: *facepalm*
Everybody Else: *laughs*

(She was talking about a semi-colon.)


Ah. To be completely honest, I was trying to combine a comma and a period and all i could think was, "THAT'S STILL A COMMA!!!"
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