Students Say What?
March 20, 2012
Mr. V: I made some juice with beets for the first time this weekend.
Student: You made juice with headphones?
March 4, 2013
Mr. V: This myth is going to tell us the origin of the phrase "opening Pandora's box."
Student: We watching a porno?
February 25, 2013
Mr. V: "Lord of the Rings" is an example of an epic because the hero, Frodo, has to take on a quest to destroy the ring.
Student: Why can't he just bury it so nobody can wear it?
Mr. V: The ring has to be destroyed in the volcano where it was created.
Student: Or...he could just bury it so nobody can wear it. That movie sounds stupid.
February 21, 2013
Student: Mr. V, do girls have sperm?
Mr. V: We're not talking about this.
Student: I didn't think so, but then I heard about this thing called squirting.
Mr. V: We're not talking about this.
Student: My brother was talking about how his girlfriend squirts.
February 20, 2013
Mr. V: What are you doing on your phone? Why is your thumb moving so quickly?
Student: Playing a game. You have to guess words, but I don't know any, so I just move across the letters.
Mr. V: If you don't know any words, why do you play a word game?
Student: I like moving my thumb fast.
February 15, 2013
Mr. V: So, what are your reactions to the video we just watched of the meteor over Russia?
Student: Russia has cars?
February 14, 2013 - Visting Another Classroom
Teacher: So if my weight is two times the weight of this student, what are two numbers we can apply to our weights?
Student A: You're 400 pounds and she's 200 pounds.
Teacher: Gee. Thanks.
February 13, 2013
Mr. V: Why is there a footprint on your back?
Student: Mr. V, life in the hood be complicated.
February 1, 2013
Student A: Kanye West is right in this song. People always be buying things they don't be needing. I think the song criticizes black people for spending they money on things that isn't as important.
Student B: Says the boy wearing the Jordans who can't read.
January 30, 2013
Mr. V: Did you have a good day today?
Student: Yes.
Mr. V: So you didn't hit anybody?
Student: Nope.
Mr. V: Isn't it sad we have to measure whether or not you have a good day by whether or not you hit someone?
Student: I accidentally kicked someone. Can we still say it was a good day?