The Best and Worst Yearbook Photos

With a new school year starting for all you youngsters out there, I offer only one piece of advise: leave a mark. Create a legacy that can be remembered for ever, and if you can't figure out how to do that, use the yearbook. Here are some great yearbook quotes, and a few terrible year book pictures.

This young man represents that one kid every high school in America has. You know, the one kid that probably has a hit list of some kind. Do something nice for this kid once a month because…you never know…

For all the Vincent Tabares' out there, keep your head up and just think, all the Amanda Taggart's of the world will be really fat in 10 years.

Mike was probably voted “Most Likely to be Successful”. He probably own's a chain of Carl's Jr. restaurants. You keep it real Michael…

And then…MTV's “16 and Pregnant” was born…

I just hope that he was in school when “Crank That Soulja Boy” was popular…

Freshman year can be hard…

“Sure you can be Homecoming Queen…good luck at Eastern Central Community College next year, I'll see you at Thanksgiving.”

Making classes explode in laughter on the first day of school since 1992.

“Whoa…so like…I'll be in a book?”

Alphabetical order brought them together in Kindergarden, and kept them together for life.

That's a bold way to be remembered…


I wish I went to high school with this guy.

“Jeff started the Yugioh club and could be seen occasionally conversing with the janitors about toilet paper softness.”

“Prom King 1974.” But it was one of those, “Wouldn't it be HILARIOUS if we all voted for Bill Cronin for Prom King?” situations.


3 Responses to The Best and Worst Yearbook Photos

  1. Hannah says:

    Probably not a ton of Gleeks up in here- but you do realize the kid quoting Chewie, Darren Criss, plays Kurt’s boyfriend on Glee, right?

    Disclaimer: I’m not a Gleek…I just have a gay roommate.

  2. Caleb says:

    Darren Criss, good job buddy
    That’s freakin awesome!!!

  3. Chris Camarillo says:

    Dude — great site. One thing, though. PLEASE pull a Billy Madison, go back to, say, third grade, and learn the proper use of an apostrophe!

    If you have no idea what I’m talking about, it’s (notice the proper use here) worse than I imagined. Hint — look to the Tabares/Taggert caption.