This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Jan 6, 201515 Funny Lines That Somehow Slipped Into A Scientific JournalYou know every professor and grad student would do #14 if they knew they could get away with it.by Scott CowleyCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Ethology (2014) @davidjayharris / Via onlinelibrary.wiley.com The article has since been updated. And yes, they did cite the crappy Gabor paper. 2. Journal of Animal Ecology (1974) Via academiaobscura.com Because alphabetical ordering is for pansies. 3. Molecular Ecology (2002) Via onlinelibrary.wiley.com #overlyhonestmethods 4. Evolutionary Theory (1973) Via ebme.marine.rutgers.edu "...and for contributing to my divorce and the collapse of my social life, thus freeing up my time to work on this publication." 5. Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2013) Via cell.com Karla, you the real MVP. 6. BMC Systems Biology (2011) Via ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Can we just say "magic?" 7. Science China Physics, Mechanics and Astronomy (2014) Via link.springer.com Always double-check your acronyms, people. 8. Conservation Biology (2014) Via researchgate.net You keep using that word "anonymous." 9. Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2009) Via ncbi.nlm.nih.gov I expect to see this feel-good testimonial on Homeland Security's website any day now. 10. American Sociological Review (2014) Via asr.sagepub.com Not that that author was counting or anything... 11. Physical Review E (2012) Via people.maths.ox.ac.uk My new go-to response to every reviewer suggestion. 12. Organometallics (2014) Via pubs.acs.org Way to blow it, Emma. 13. Nature (1994) Via zoology.ubc.ca The author claims "pharmacological support" referred to some good coffee, but we know better. 14. Proceedings, CoRoT Mission Pre-Launch Conference (2006) Via articles.adsabs.harvard.edu Next time, tell us how you really feel. 15. Virology (2000) Via sciencedirect.com Didn't want anyone confusing her with Katie Sugarlips Brown from the other lab.