High school… you either loved it or hated it. But most of you have at least one good memory of those four years you’ll never forget, and in case you do, you have your yearbook to turn to. Yearbooks provide a window into your past. There are photos of you and your fellow students and many of them wrote epic quotes. But there are some seniors who chose silliness in lieu of inspiration when they wrote these quotes that will have you rolling on the floor.
Randey has the back of everyone who went through high school and didn’t enjoy it for one second.
High school is a chaotic period for a lot of students. But some students experience more stress than others. Clearly, Randey’s journey wasn’t a relaxing bike ride through the park. But his quote sums up what high school was like for some people.
Tyler’s quote probably stunk up the room after everyone read it and laughed a bit too hard.
It’s always the ones who are smiling and laughing all the time that you have to be extra careful with. So next time someone’s giving off a belly laugh, don’t laugh with them. Hold your breath instead. You’ll be glad you did.
From the photo on the right, it’s safe to say that Amith’s quote is definitely not an exaggeration.
This former senior rocked a mustache, a tuxedo, and played the bongos. So, we totally agree that he was not “Amith” but rather a legend. But we wonder what he’s up to now. No doubt he's probably saving lives as a doctor who plays bongos on the side.
Joe McDonald was not older nor did he have a farm, but we’re sure he got asked that a lot.
It’s probably why he chose this quote for his yearbook. So, people would stop singing the old kid song “Old McDonald.” Well, at least he survived high school without a moo-moo here. And a moo-moo there. E-I-E-I-O!
When Jacob’s mom tells him to do something, he likes to put it in print so he’ll never forget.
He’s such a riot! We’ll bet this isn’t what Jacob’s mom had in mind. But we give him kudos for being the kind of son who’s so afraid of his mommy he’s willing to do whatever she asks of him. Good job, Jacob!