...all the BIONICLE references. Well, not real references, but you get the point. Geometry:
Whilst learning about sines, cosines, and tangents, our teacher gave us a neat way to remember the sides that correspond: "SOHCAHTOA". When you say it, it sounds like "soak a Toa". Spanish:
When we were learning to conjugate the verb "ir" ("to go"), one of the forms, the "yo" ("I") form, is "voy". So I figured that, if I wanted to say "I go Nui" en español, it would be "Voy a Nui".
And in our spanish book, our teacher was kind of reminding us that "v" and "b" sound the same. One of the book examples was: "botar/votar"
I swear, they know. They're out to get me. To drive me insane. But I'm too smart for 'em. I already am
insane! MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!! >8D