Meet Prof Antonio "Bote" Bautista
Bote: Can a torn panty, not owned by the plaintiff nor the defendant, be presented as evidence in court? (shuffles card and picks one out) Guballa! Answer.
Khay: Sir yes sir. A torn panty even though it belonged neither to the plaintiff nor the defendant can still be presented as evidence in court.
Bote: Really? Why?
Khay: Sir, because the torn panty is in the form of a demonstrative evidence. A demonstrative evidence is a tangible item (such as maps, diagrams and models) not directly involved in the litigated occurence...
Bote: (interrupting her and turning to the class) What do you call that panty that girls wear when they don't want their panty-lines to show when they're wearing tight pants?
Bote: I think it's called a V-neck...
Khay: Sir, it's called a T-back.
Bote: CORRECT! You're very good! I like you! Sit down.
A Bote quote: Class, if we were doing a strip recitation, you'd all be naked now!