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These High Schoolers Got Away With The Most Inappropriate Yearbook Quotes Of All Time

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INAPPROPRIATE YEARBOOK QUOTES
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Sneaking a weird, gross or downright WTF quote into your high school yearbook is a challenge to be won, but the real prize is posting the photo evidence online.

Every Spring, we look forward to the flood of funny and inappropriate quotes that somehow made it past the yearbook editors and onto Tumblr, where they are forever immortalized.

Hiding among the "Ferris Bueller" references and Ralph Waldo Emerson quotes, there are some truly cringe-worthy things that make it into the yearbook every year. Scroll down to see some of the most ridiculous ones.

Warning, some NSFW language (and hidden messages).

  • http://hellluvalife.tumblr.com
    Unfortunate misspelling or clever ruse? You decide.
  • sfpsych0.tumblr.com
    For you non-chem majors, the symbols are: F, U, C, K, Bi, Tc, He, S, Ge, Tm, O, Ne, Y.
  • wefuckinglovescience.tumblr.com
    Careful, chemistry quoting can get you in serious trouble, even if it's good advice.
  • reddit.com/user/RossMo21
    He was lucky he wasn't taking Spanish too.
  • borgari.tumblr.com
    Some innuendoes are so subtle, they can go right over your head. This is not one of them.
  • thelonelyloner.tumblr.com
    Nor is this one.
  • diemondzz.tumblr.com
    Pretty sure this one's not even trying.
  • everythinggoose.tumblr.com
    There's a hidden message in this one...
  • reddit.com/user/KROXON
    ...and in this one.
  • foreign-mind.tumblr.com
    Seriously, how did no one catch that one?
  • paradiseiscoming.tumblr.com
    Hey, that's your own mother you're talking about!
  • oneofeverythingandadietcoke.tumblr.com/
    Can we get a fact check on that attribution?
  • kimjongchi.tumblr.com
    He'll make a great psychiatrist if he can ever get out of the tub.
  • inscre.tumblr.com
    No one ever quotes brutal dictators anymore.

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