This is like the blue-and-black dress of test answers.
This cell has no windows, but hopefully the flower can still get some sunlight.
"Man, that test was so easy!"
This is the wrong response to "show your thinking," but it would be the right response to "show YOU'RE thinking."
The teacher later said the correct answer is "Laurie." (She's a really, really big fan of House.)
Particles have a lot of movement in California...unless they're driving in L.A. during rush hour.
This answer is totally wrong and reprehensible...but only because it's an incomplete sentence that's missing a verb.
Yeah, what if Evan's father is a table? And his mother is an octopus?
Hey, if those chromosomes don't want people to know when they line up, I think we should mind our own business.
Actually, the "dead" answer sort of makes sense. But what kind of person needs to own 100 footballs?
If this made the teacher say "Enough is enough," I now really want to see all of Judy's other answers.
This student is SUPER excited about the spoken word, as opposed to the written word.
What if the question is "Who let the dogs out?" Is Jesus still the answer?
(Actually, yes. Jesus did let the dogs out.)
Haley Joel Osment would beg to differ.
Not smart enough to provide an answer that the teacher will accept, but smart nonetheless.