"Yeah, but don't waste you time. They're 'not for family.'"
"We needed a taste tester."
"Clyde and I have Middle School orientation tomorrow."
"This stuff might fly in Elementary School, okay. But Middle School is different."
"First rule of survival: Don't act like a total noob."
"And if some upper classmen realizes it, you'll be a prime target for pranks."
"Like the kid who asked an eighth grader for directions on the first day of school."
"The poor fool was sent on a wild goose chase in the tunnels under the school."
"And didn't make it out till the whole day was over."
"Rule #2: Don't get stuck with a crummy desk."
"Hey, back off, pigtail. My buddy saw this first."
"Not if you wanna end up like the kid who got stuck in the worst desk in the room."
"This one kid thought she had the perfect desk, but ended up getting stuck in it so tight..."
"...they had to call the school cook."
"Don't get stuck with crummy desk."
"Rule #3: Never own up to making a mistake."
"Look, it's Farty McStinkpants."
"We orientation buddies are supposed to let you guys fly solo for the rest of the day."
"Uh, which way is that again?"
"No! Lynn's first rule, remember? Don't look like a noob."
"Nice try, Bucko. But we're not falling for another one of your upper-classmen pranks."
"This looks like the art department."
"You just ruined a whole month's work!"
Hey dudes. Those are actually our seats."
"Meet us on the blacktop at 3."
"Let's just try to keep a low profile and keep anyone else from hating us."
"Okay people, I spent all morning buffing the dumb floor for the PTA banquet so no dodgeball today, you're watching a movie instead."
"Who's responsible for this?!"
"Remember Rule #3: Never own up to making a mistake."
"Well, since no one's fessing to the messin', you can forget that movie. You're all cleaning up instead."
"Yeah, yeah, we know, on the blacktop, 3:00."
"Are these snickerdoodles?"
"Wow, these cards are so dorky, they're actually cool."
"He and his friend are alright."
"Yeah, I guess they are after all."