When I was in high school, I was the type of girl that wasn’t popular but knew everyone in school. I could join in with any group of kids – the cheerleaders, nerds, outcasts, or loners but never committed to one group over another. I like to think of myself back then as independent (still do if truth be told). I was an almost straight A student, that could go through the whole school day without saying a single word out loud. However, I wouldn’t say that I was shy. I just chose to keep my thoughts to myself because speaking up generally wasn’t worth the effort. That is one reason why I am so glad our high school yearbook committee was too lazy to track down quotes from every student at our school. In their defense, we had a HUGE senior class. I honestly wouldn’t have wanted to undertake that task either. I am just glad I didn’t have to come up with a quote to put under my picture because I would have stressed out about it for forever, wanting to be witty, and then I would have probably just gone with something inspirational and boring instead. If we had been asked to submit a quote for our yearbook, I would have liked to be like these 30 students:
1. I’m sure we all could relate to Megan! After 12+ years (if you include preschool and kindergarten, duh) of servitude we were FINALLY free to join the world and do what we want! Except now we realize we miss the carefree days of high school, when we didn’t have bills to pay and we got summers off. I wish school holidays could extend to the work force outside of high school.
2. It’s weird that as a 30 some-odd, Caucasian woman I’ve never been randomly selected at security checkpoints. I guess I’m just lucky (meant with sarcasm for those of you who have a hard time deciphering sarcasm in the online world).
3. This is okay because he’s Asian. Now if anyone else said this, laughing would be way inappropriate and you would be sent to the principal’s office!
4. Madi is obviously going places! That kind of attitude proves she is a go-getter! I hope she not only uses this quote in her yearbook but somehow incorporates it into her resume as well! Mitchell too is pretty wise. I know a lot of people who suck but pretend to be someone else. Or is it that they suck because they are pretending to be someone they aren’t?
5. Joseph is obviously a player, er I mean playa’? (I can’t pull the latter off because of the whole white 30 year old thing I’ve got going on). Poor Pareekshit, what an unfortunate name. I imagine he was happier than most when he didn’t have to do another first day of the school again, where every teacher he had throughout the day butchered his name (and pronounced the S).
6. I like Ankit’s reason for being vegetarian because it’s better than most I’ve heard. However, with the other guy, I would just like to say TMI.
7. Not sure why most dumb blonde jokes are about women. Obviously, not all dumb blondes are female. Let’s hope he misspelled “tough” on purpose because he was trying to be funny. I consider giving blood a necessary evil. I wish there was a way to do so that didn’t involve pain.
8. I didn’t even intend for this picture to come right after the one above it. I apologize for referring to the stereotype that all blondes are dumb. We will also give you the benefit of the doubt that you were trying to be funny too. At least, I hope so.
9. Those damn Harry Potter movies are putting everyone who sports a head-wrap under suspicion. You can never be too careful in regards to he who cannot be named! (Yes, I read most of the books and watched all the movies.)
10. He must be super fun to play board games with. I wonder if he is a gracious winner.
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