I'm at that (one of many) fun part of precalculus where we talk about limits. We do a day on finding limits graphically. I have them choral chant and watch my bouncing finger run over the notation, "the limit of f of x as x approaches ____ is...". Then on the 2nd day we talk about finding limits algebraically. I usually have skeleton notes and am done with it. This year, I went a step further and made a final chart for them to paste in their notebooks.
It's also one of my favorite topics because I get to use my "spit in the ocean" phrase. When we talk about limits of f(x) as x approaches infinity, and I tell them to only look at the highest powered terms in each of the numerator and denominator, and we test examples on the graphing calculator ...... I describe the largest term like the ocean and everything else as spit. The spit does not change the volume of the ocean significantly.
And without fail, every year someone brings up "Mean Girls".