The number of quotes about electrons, barium carbonate, and bonding is astounding.
“The nucleus of an atom is like a marble on the fifty yard-line of the Houston Astrodome. Wow, that would be scary. Especially with all those electrons flying around. Someone should write a creative story about the life of a nucleus.”- Chem Daddy
I did. That story will be included in another part of this bonus edition.
“OH SNaP!”- Bartender/ Cafeteria Lady when Oxygen, Hyrdogen, Sulfur, Sodium, and Phosphorous walked in.
“Ribbon? What element is that? What is the charge of ribbon?!”- Walby, freaking over a question about a piece of magnesium ribbon.
“We’re making people that have graduated.”- Dover. We were making alum.
“You have a syndrome named after you. It’s an honor. We could write a paper about you.”- Chem Daddy
“Violent atoms.”- Chem Daddy
“Electron: ‘I can’t take it anymore! I’m so negative!’”- Chem Daddy
“I was a polar bond five minutes ago.”- Chem Daddy
“Carbon and Nitrogen!”- Chem Daddy, mocking Shelby.
“The electron hangs itself.”- Ladler
“He figured that out and had it named after him? I could’ve done that.”- The Russell Factor
“Zero? I’m never taking a shower again!”- Chem Daddy. Someone thought the ph of water was zero… big mistake.
“Let’s talk about cute little molecules.”- Chem Daddy
“Caterpillars. Shaping the way we do AP Chemistry.”- Nickles
“Because the iodine is fat and you’re not attracted to fatness!”- J.T. I really don’t know…
“That’s like 500% plastic.”- Junior, playing with a McDonald’s toy. That he got from the prize box. In his eleventh grade AP English class. At 17 years old. Seriously.
He broke it.
(to be continued)
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