Math = Love: Things Teenagers Say: Volume 37

## Friday, January 15, 2016

### Things Teenagers Say: Volume 37

Time has gotten away from me, and I've been neglecting to fill you in on the crazy things teenagers say in my classroom.  Sorry about that!

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 | Volume 33 | Volume 34 | Volume 35
Volume 36

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Student 1: Do old people hiccup?
Student 2: I don't think they do.  I've never heard an old person hiccup.
Student 1: I'm going to google it.  "Do old people hiccup?"
Student 2: Why don't you look for videos of old people hiccuping on Youtube?
Student 1: [Searches Youtube]  All I can find is videos of babies hiccuping.  I don't think old people hiccup.

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Student playing Scattergories: "I put ham, but I don't think ham is a dairy product."

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Math bought the alphabet like Dish bought DirecTV.

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Oooh!  I love the distributive property!  I eat the distributive property on my pizza every morning.

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It hurts me when you read these out loud.

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Student: Oh man!  I wish I was a goat so bad.
Me: Why?
Student: Then, I could do goaty things.

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Vegans just pretty much eat chips.  And bananas.

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I don't want to pay attention.  I want attention to pay me.

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Why don't you go gurgle some peanut butter?

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You type very quickly.  You've got that blogger's touch.

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Student: Once you get married, can we call you President Carter?
Me: No.

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No offense.  But, I was really hoping you weren't going to be here yesterday so we could finish the movie.

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Guys, after Ms. Hagan gets married, we're going to have to call her Mrs. Hagan.

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Poker is just Yahtzee with cards.

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If you ain't a Justin Bieber fan, get out of my life!

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Student: Are you clearing your throat to get our attention?
Me: No.  I have a frog in my throat.
Student: But, you're a vegetarian.

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Student 1: Did you really bring a blanket in here?!?
Student 2: Yes.
Student 1: I had to stop what I was saying just to address the fact that you brought a blanket to school.

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Someone said my shirt looks like "Homeless meets Where's Waldo?", but I like it.

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If the graph looks like an EAR, it's not linEAR.

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Student 1: If the heat isn't back on tomorrow, I'm going to stay home under my blanket and watch facebook.
Student 1: All facebook is anymore is videos.  You practically just watch facebook.