Man, I remember my second field trip to Accenture with some of my classmates. It was about making résumés (accents!), building towers using sticky notes and paper clips, and interacting with customers. During the near end of the field trip, we were having . There was just enough for everyone to have seconds!... or thirds!... or what-nots.
I decided to grab four pieces of pizza (I think it was two pepperonis, two cheeses) as I usually do when there's a box of it on the table. Then one [senior] girl was SO shocked to see that I got four pieces, she decided to get FIVE pieces just to outdo my count. I stuck with my four pieces and I ate all of them fine because "It's not about how many you can [just] grab, it's about how many you can handle in your stomach". And nothing but a bit of apple juice to sweeten up my appetite!
When me and my classmates were about to step inside the bus, I asked that one senior girl, "So, how were your five slices?". She said, "Oh, I think I had more than enough" or something like that.
Long story short: I was a junior in high school who outsmarted a senior.