It's bad enough that the teacups think, feel and act as they do. That the rules of the lawprof game are to encourage this teacup behavior is absurd.
—Scott H. Greenfield, "Law School Lessons: The Teacup Rule," Simple Justice, May 4, 2010
—Judy Skatssoon, "The perils of parenting," The Telegraph, October 1, 2010
"The teacups break because they literally don't know when to eat, and what to eat and when to sleep," says Mogel, a Los Angeles psychologist.
—Jennifer Sinco Kelleher et al., "Lessons in How to Chill Out," Los Angeles Times, April 17, 2002