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Friday, October 29, 2010

Pokemon Math

I couldn't figure out this problem, but here is an amateur drawing of a Charizard, I hope this helps...
Blastoise uses water cannon. It's super effective! Charizard fainted.

100 Assorted Pokemon Trading Cards Lot

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Paper Spear Detention

Detention assigned for: Volunteered to be a target for a paper spear. Was hit in the face w/ it.

You can get a detention for that?

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Friday, October 22, 2010

The Essay Rickroll

The Intertubes is all a twitter about a student who RickRoll'd his professor by embedding "Never Gonna Give You Up" in his essay in a very unique way.

Check it out for yourself:

FIVE out of FIVE stars for this guy!

Original Source: BuzzFeed

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Adventures in Bubble Sheeting

I love that this is posted on a cork board!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Friday, October 15, 2010

The Facebook

Holy cow, ZOoF is on The Facebook! So if you're a facebook user, why don't you click the big blue 'f' on the right side of the website and then 'like' us! Show us some love, we promise not to suck!

El Nino

Giraffe 4.0

Teacher: Perhaps some of my answers may be incorrect, so I hope this giraffe help you on my grade.
The giraffe hasn't been much support.

The giraffe strikes again!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Why do white bears dissolve in water?

If you thought the answer was 'because they're polar' you might want to read this essay first:

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Teacher Math Fail

4. It took Marie 10 minutes to saw a board into 2 pieces. If she works just as fast, how long will it take her to saw another board into 3 pieces?

20 minutes X
Answer: 15

Teacher: I think you're wrong there. You see, in order to cut a board in to 2 pieces, you make 1 cut. To cut a board in to 3 pieces, you make 2 cuts. 20 minutes is right.

Any teachers out there want to fess up to making similar mistakes? Comment on this post! Or better yet, scan the document and email it to me!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

My cat's name is mittens

A certain professor believes that 60% of students would rather do homework than eat pizza. To test this theory he takes a random sample of 50 students and polls them. Assuming the professor is correct, what is the probability that less than 40% of the sample prefer doing homework to eating pizza.

my cats name is mittens

Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!