2014 is the best year for yearbook quotes since 2013.
Female students at Wasatch High School in Utah were surprised to find their yearbook photos were altered without them knowing about it.
“I’ll remember you all in therapy…”
Plus, Peaches Geldof is dead at just 25, a baby “geep” (sheep/goat hybrid), and rumors are swirling about the possibility that an Aaliyah biopic is in the works.
Randy > greater than all other children.
Cue “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” by Green Day.
In a town of fewer than 2,000 people, Taylor’s class of 1920 seems to have had a pretty good year.
“Hey girl, I saw you staring at me in biology class.”
Here’s a lesson: Be more like these teachers.
These hilarious, very probably Photoshopped yearbook aspirations come courtesy of Tumblr user itsobviouslysalmon.
Some things make too much sense.
EVERYONE IS A DORK.
While everyone continues to bash the Millennial generation for being “lazy and selfish”, they should probably just include this Class of 1931 too. Humor is timeless.
Like, who won the award for “Most Likely To End Up In The Electric Chair”?! And yes, that’s apparently a real thing.
Graduation is coming up, so it’s time for outgoing seniors to start thinking about the things that inspire them and how they want to be remembered for years to come. What better than a quote from Pokémon?
He played (read: dominated) football, baseball, basketball, ran track, and even dabbled in a little tennis.
So he’s not yet a mogul, father, or a husband — but he still has time.
Love him or hate him, ‘Ye was a really cute kid.
He looked just as adorable in high school as he does now.
For some reason, it never occurred to me that his name could even be “William.”
This post is full of Nguyen.
The yogurt queen wants to try and get herself onto TV more, so on “The Tonight Show” she showed Jay Leno what roles she could play on some of the hottest shows on television. She’s really thought these through.
Teh art stoodint, teh jock, teh band geek…
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Anthony Weiner, New York congressman and liberal icon, in a 1981 high school yearbook photo. Released by Rep. Weiner himself on his Twitter page. There is nothing wrong in America that can’t be fixed by what is right in this photo. View Image ›
They’re all so cute! View List ›