These five are the outsiders. No, I'm not saying that because they're "legit" outsiders, but I'm saying that because if you ever read the book, you'd understand.
The outsiders has characters like Ponyboy. It's a classic really. Well these five are the mode
rn day outsiders. They're so gangster its not even funny. Especially, Faisal -- man he's so gangster, they named the word after him. I mean with his lack of excitement about the class and his continuous cluelessness about the class is ... sad. Hahaha, those who've read comments on our class albums wo
uld understand by what I mean by cluelessness.
Byung --- is a hawaiian boy. He's really oriental, but he acts so shady, he's practically hawaiian. I mean you now he's selling something illegal daily thats why he's a gangster -- I think Hawaii harbors some nice sugarrr so he probably sells sugar cane spiked with something.
Oh boy, Zinal is the fighter of the gang. She's short but never let size fool you. As they say, big things come in small packages. And Zinal, despite her height can cause war by just walking. I mean this girl has power. She frikken walks, and all of a sudden you see desks flipped over. It's flipping crazy -- get it FLIPPING?
Katie's a pokemon. That's why she's in the gang. Her thunderbolt kills. THE END.
Shruthi kills people by talking. She can go on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on...did I mention go on and on. Haha, but her ability to always have something to say can cause people to forget their motives and requestion and ponder about simple things. Shruthi's ability is an important one for the gang to stay intact.
So, after constant b
ullying by people who want to be B. POCCER of the Week, I realized I have to start changing them every other day -- just so everyone can get a chance before school ends.
This week's duo is Kevin Piedrahita & Man-on-a-hill (aka Manahal). Well, actually they are the DUO OF DESTRUCTION. Seriously they are. I think they've broken some lab equipment. Haha, but haven't we all?
But really, these people are a riot. Man-on-a-hill and her lab partner, Kevin of lab station 6 make an amazing group because they are so different.
Kevin sings. Manahal breaks windows when she tries. Manahal's funny. Kevin tries too hard. Kevin reads. Manahal well reads ingredients. But that's still reading, so I'll hand her that. Manahal is beast at dodgeball, Kevin was the first out :)
Hahaha, no hard feelings, but these two are among the people that make chem class special. One can always count on Man-on-a-hill to make a comment that deserves a "that's what she said" comment. She never lets us down with her random-could-be-taken-perverted comments. Oh, half of that "chem book of stupid stuff said" is by her--and the other half is by me.
Kevin is different. He's a gentleman. He holds bags. But he can become mean. Once for a whole week, he didn't hold bags. And on the last lab of chemistry for this year, he was suddenly overtaken by this wierd force that caused him to be mean to both Man-on-a-hill and Hafsa.
Ah, the torch is passed down to Elaine. Known as the "kid" of the class, Elaine has proven herself to be an honorary junior. She's sophisticated, smart, and has the cutest outfits. Her tendency to be amazing is sronger than that of a strong Brons
ted-Lowry base wanting protons.
The best thing about our
kid is that she's as resilient as can be. Her ability to bounce back after bad days is unprecedented. And to top it off, she's a runner - a three season athlete with soccer, winter track, and spring track and field!! I bet the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle was made because of Elaine Shen. By the way, on her last track meet, she PR'ed at 5 minutes on the mile!!! That's UNBELIEVABLE, especially for someone who does a 15 minute mile:) But see, the cool thing about Elaine is that she never brags. Once when we ran to shoprite to buy Salt and Vinegar Chips, she never made fun of me for my lack of excercise and speed. In fact, she had already realized that there were two types of people in this world: people who were in shape, and people who weren't. Elaine's superior attitude skills allowed her transcend any discrepencies between the two groups and to see people by the content of their character and not by their lack of excericize.
So this weeks duo of the week is Evans & Evans. Wait.. that doesn't make sense. There should be just ONE Evans, and that's a MISTER Evans, a.k.a. our chemistry teacher. Then what's this twin, and why is his name doubled? Is our teacher that cool, that he's thought of as two people --- no, noo - absolutely NOT cool - that's as impossible as it is to have kinetic particles moving at absolute zero!
Ah, but the mystery is solved if you have keen ears, and are interrogative. Mr. Evans has a pet - not Teddy, our pet pinata -- but his name is Kapil. Kapil, whose pseudonym is Gyroman (name given to him when Ammaarah was incapable of pronouncing his last name), likes to be called Mr. Evans during lab days. WHY, you ask? Even I don't know the answer to that question. Perhaps it is because of Kapil's shrine of Mr. Evans that he has in his locker. Or it could be that the name makes him feel like he is in a power position. Whatever the case, Kapil/Gyroman is the second Mr. Evans. He comes to the rescue when people need it most during labs, and is ready to help with calculations. Some have often questioned his real motive in "helping others out". Some people believe this is just a show to get people to lower their guard -- especially Surbhi's guard. You see, there is an undeclared war between Gyroman/Kapil/Mr. Evans the Second and Surbhi/Whorebi/Furbi/Bubz. Kapil wants Surbhi's title of "Calculator Girl" -- (yes, that exact title, he doesn't even want to change it to "Calculator Boy"!). Whenever Surbhi punches in numbers, you can be certain that Gyroman is just a second behind, ready to prove her wrong. Ah, so we now know, Mr. Evans the second is clearly dominated by his id. Maybe his id mirrors the id of his role model: Mr. Evans the first.
Mr. Evans the first is quite different from his student. For one, they look different. Wait -- scratch that, they are actually pretty similar. Both enjoy embarassing Ammaarah Khan, an innocent, and helpful EHS junior. Both have sarcastic comments that are worse than modern art. And both are evil. They are ready to start trouble I tell you.
Since we only have three weeks (or less!) left of school, I thought it would be more fun to have multiple B. POCCERs of the week. So I present this week's recognition to Joshua Chelli and Nikhil Raj. Now I know most of you are wondering -- JOSH? Nikhil's a good boy, he would receive this honor sooner or later, but how the hell
is he being paired up with Josh - the instigator of all instigators, you ask? Well, the reason they deserve this week's spotlight is because of their growing bromance. Josh and Nikhil kicked off this year like normal kids, but as the year wore on, they began to bond
; during study hall and chemistry they became practically inseperable --- they were so close they were almost like an ionic bond
. They began to share
ideas, and work together, and soon the sparks of their bromance could not be hidden any longer,especially through their conversations in study hall. They soon discovered they had chemistry
together. Currently they base
their days off of each other. Let us hope this bromance continues...until physics at least. Hopefully the summer won't let their love evaporate
To the right, you see a photo of Josh comforting Nikhil as Nikhil had a very bad morning. Josh gave him one of his "manly messages" and calmed him down. This photo speaks for itself. I love you guys, but not as much as you two love each other <3!
Known as "whore-bhi, Surbhi deserves this week's recognition. Why? Because she exemplifies the word "excellence". Throughout the last week, Surbhi has demonstrated an aptitude for success, while continuing to be a model citizen. Known as the "Calculator Girl", Surbhi has proved her self countless times by punching in numbers into the calculatory correctly, promptly, and efficiently. Such an obstacle has never been overcome until now. Not only that, but Surbhi's advanced mathematical knowledge has proved to be far reaching in our studies of Kinetics. She's used her quick thinking and numerical skills to quickly rearrangle Hess' law to fit her needs. Perhaps without Surbhi, we'd be lacking an important part of our class.