Every once in a while, the internet unearths a hidden gem, like this most recent find: the Rate My Professors page for Professor Ross Geller. Although it's been buried for a few years, this hilarious treasure trove was recently uncovered and has quickly gone viral. (OK, that's the last of the paleontology puns.)
Ross Geller isn't a real New York University paleontology professor, but that hasn't stopped hundreds of his "students" from reviewing him on the popular site. Geller, the agreeable Friends brainiac played by David Schwimmer, has a surprising overall score of 3.8 (likely based on his affinity for armadillos and rollerblades) and 81 percent of his fictional students—ourselves included—are lining up to take a course with him again.
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Scroll down to see a few of our favorite reviews:
"Ross Geller, you are the hottie of the paleontology department. But your accent is extremely difficult to understand, and the roller blades are a bit of a distraction. Might I recommend also not having your friends interrupt class to invite us to the movies? Also, stop calling me Rachel, my name is Emily!"
“Professor Geller was a nice guy, but had the weirdest outbursts. One day he asked us to change the desks around and kept screaming ‘PIVOT!’. That was pretty weird, not to mention that he boosted up a kids grade because ‘he was in love with him’. I loved him too, where was my grade?”
“Everything was going great until I had some questions over spring break about our end of the year project. Then when I asked him about it when we got back, he went on this rant and kept yelling ‘WE WERE ON A BREAK.’”
"Professor Geller was dating this girl Elizabeth in my class and I’m pretty sure she got an A. This other student passed the class because she told the professor that she loved him. Basically, all you have to do is say ‘I love you’ and you’re fine.”