Barkin: Okay, listen up people. Today in health class, we begin an important lesson on responsibility.
(He places sacks of flour on everyone's desk)
Ron: A sack of flour?
Barkin: A bundle of joy.
Ron: Right, joy. What?
Geeky Girl: Yes! It's the baby lesson.
Ron: The what what?
Geeky Girl: We have to treat the sack like a new born infant. It's way cool!
Ron: Okay, what does shleping a sack of flour around have to do with health?
Barkin: Well, for starters, Stoppable, if anything happens to your bag, it would be unhealthy for your grade.
Ron: Uh huh.
Barkin: For the next week, you will be tasked with this ten pound sack of stone ground, Minnesota wheat. Treat it like your own flesh and blood.
Ron: You know, why don't they use like rump roast. Wouldn't it be more authentically fleshy?
Geeky Girl: Eww, gross! Maybe you need to visualize.
(She draws a face on Ron's sack)
Barkin: You will show your parenting burden with patience, tenderness, and love.
Ron: Yeah, but how do you love a... (He notices what the girl wrote on his sack) She has my eyes!