Guys, remember the edible cell? Truly the most delicious of all elementary school science projects. Looking at these is making me so nostalgic, I want to plan an edible cell party where everyone has to bring one.
And that’s not even the final. This is like, the pre-final. Spectacular.
But this book is all that I need to ace it.
~Is there another hint in this post about where I’m going on Saturday!?
Today my friend Christina and I dissected a clam.
I named him Sheldon. :]
(YES like the Big Bang Theory<3)
Like a shell?
Because he’s a clam?
And clams have shells?
“Intrasexual selection is a familiar sight in nature films, where rams butt heads, and in cartoons of lion kings claiming their thrones.”
My day has been made.
…and how they are most commonly found in meat…
…I have roast beef for lunch…
Never before has roast beef seemed less appetizing.
Today in biology class when discussing protists (specifically sarcodines and their pseudopods) my teacher asked us, “What does ‘pseudo’ mean?”
And I was like:
“I KNOW THIS!”
Nerd Quirk #126 broskiii:
Applying Tumblr to real life like a champ.
If I study, I can drink hot chocolate and watch one of my favorite Halloween movies of all time:
Yesterday, the fire alarm went off during my Biology class.
When we came back inside afterwards, the Assistant Principal came on the intercom and explained what caused the smoke detector to go off.
Apparently there was a bit of a mishap with a bunsen burner in one of our Chem labs.
My Biology teacher immediately did a fist pump and said “GOOOOOOOOOOO SCIENCEEEEEE!!!!!!”
The fire alarm went off just as I was about to give a presentation. Go science, indeed.