Math = Love: Things Teenagers Say Volume 33

Monday, May 11, 2015

Things Teenagers Say Volume 33

Happy Monday!  Let's celebrate with a new edition of Things Teenagers Say.  Seeing as I only have three more days after today with students, this will probably be the last volume for the school year.  Yay for summer!


Previous Volumes:
Volume 01 | Volume 02 | Volume 03 | Volume 04 | Volume 05
Volume 06 | Volume 07 | Volume 08 | Volume 09 | Volume 10
Volume 11 | Volume 12 | Volume 13 | Volume 14 | Volume 15
Volume 16 | Volume 17 | Volume 18 | Volume 19 | Volume 20
Volume 21 | Volume 22 | Volume 23 | Volume 24 | Volume 25
Volume 26 | Volume 27 | Volume 28 | Volume 29 | Volume 30
Volume 31 | Volume 32


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I'm about to go hug a tree if you don't stop it.

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This paper is so thin it makes me look fat.

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Me: Today's reflection form is titled "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly."  Does anyone know where that comes from?
Student: Of course.  OU is good.  OSU is bad.  The Texas Longhorns are ugly.

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It's not cheating; it's looking for inspiration.

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Student 1: What time is it?
Student 2: Time for you to check your phone yourself to see what time it is.

Oh how times have changed!  
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Why have kids when you can have cats?

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Student 1: Do you see that orange apple thing?
Student 2: You mean the pumpkin?



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Ms. Hagan, you should make an origami snake.  Then, you could eat it, and it wouldn't be against your religion.

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Student 1: What are you wearing to the sports banquet?
Student 2: Clothes.

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Student: Ms. Hagan, you could run for president.
Me: You do realize that I'm not old enough to be president, right?
Student: You could always be president of Cuba.

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Student 1: You're the problem.
Student 2: You're the solution.

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Pencil me up, someone!

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I think Einstein would have been a hippie!

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Ms. Hagan, we're not in the hood!

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Student: Should I have my present math teacher or my future math teacher sign this enrollment form?
Me: I don't think it matters.
Student: Well, you're going to be both of them, so I guess I'll have you sign it.

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Ms. Hagan, will your key to the city open up the donut shop?

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I don't think you'd be a very good comedian person.

#feelingthelove 

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2, 3, 5, 7.  Prime numbers won't matter when you're living in heaven.

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My neighbor looks like skinny Jesus.  My dad looks like fat Jesus.

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This lesson on radicals is radiculous.

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You're not going to believe this, but my cat took off with my notes.

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What did you get for Mother's Day, Ms. Hagan?
I'm not a mother.
You mean you didn't get any kitty litter?




2 comments:

  1. These are priceless, Sarah. Thanks for the day-brightener!

    - Elizabeth (@cheesemonkeysf)

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