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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Your math homework makes Jesus cry

Your math homeword makes Jesus cry. How dare you upset Jesus!

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

This is why you're wrong

You face a stark choice: prove I am again wrong, and risk my egocentric wrath. Or don't prove I'm wrong, and loose the 10 points on this problem. Do whichever you think best.

This is why you're wrong.

Not the answer I wanted, but sadly I see no flaw in your argument.

Monday, February 27, 2012

I drew a lion

I drew a lion
you drew a blank!

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Just put a big X

Thanks to Jacob for sending us his university computer science test:

What is context switching? What information needs to be saved when performing a context switch? Explain the tradeoff in performing context switching very frequently and very infrequently.

Context switching is where the environment the OS is...
Yeah... I missed this one completely. Just put a big X next to this problem.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Car Loan

Simon writes:
"The student was asked to compare two car loans to figure out which was better for the customer and this is what they said"

I don't know which is better or not, I don't know anything about cars
You don't have to! Money?

Monday, February 13, 2012

Ninja vs Ogre with a particle disruptor

From Travis:
"A student drew a ninja on his exam, so I drew an ogre (with a particle disruptor) back on it"

this ninja guards answers attempted to be marked wrong
This Ogre armed with a particle disruptor is unimpressed but your puny ninja.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Running for grades

I run so hard in hopes that you give Sam an A!!

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Plotting a roller coaster

Sorry byt there seems to be a circus tent on my graph...
and a roller coaster here...

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Giant Furbys Running Angrily

Another excellent submission from avid ZOoF reader Michael!

In his own words:

3. Use a comma to set of a mild exclamation
My answer: Oh no, im not sure how to this!

4. Use a comma to set off an introductory participal phrase
My answer: While trying to order a hotdog, the zebra suddenly realized his true home was in Switzerland

5. Use a comma to set off an introductory adverbial clause
My answer: Somewhere over the rainbow, a unicorn gallops in its freedom.

6. (My fave) Use a comma to set off an introductory phrase.
My answer: When i woke up, I was greeted by the sight of giant Furbys running at me angrly.

Thanks Michael, keep 'em coming!

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Monday, February 6, 2012

Friday, February 3, 2012


How is a brain like a cantaloupe? List seven ways.
1. It is delicious

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Bacon is always the answer

Is there enough information in the table to estimate the length of a day on Jupiter?

Give a reason for your answer.
  bacon is always the answer

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Sparta and Spongebob and Ganondorf Oh My!

Michael (yes Giant-Shrimp-Ocean-Seafood-Gods Michael from yesterday) sent me another one of his excellent tests. Here's his description of the test:

5. If road crews were going to add the correct mix of salt and calcium chloride to the roads how many pounds of calcium chloride would they add to 600 pounds of salt? Show your work.

A. 1 pound
B. 3 pounds
C. 100 pounds
D. 200 pounds
(Correct answers By me)
F. Spongebob
G. Ganondorf finally deafeats Link (The legend of zelda)

SpongeBob SquarePants