If you've ever wondered why the valedictorian gets to speak at graduation when the students with the lowest grades who
worked just as hard also went to school don't, this should probably answer your question.
On Thursday, "The Tonight Show" aired a video from a supposed 1989 high school graduation in which two students with lousy grades, Logan Duffy (who looks oddly similar to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) and Bobby Ristick (who is Jimmy Fallon's doppelganger) shared some words of wisdom. Their advice included not getting caught up in fads like computers and accepting that graduation was the last time students would ever see each other.
"What do you think that one day we're all gonna keep in touch using some magical book with a bunch of faces in it? What would you even call that?" said Fallon -- er, Ristick.
Duffy, aka DuffTron-3000, added, "I'd call it a big sack of 'never gonna happen!'"
Their advice is pretty terrible, but you'll still probably feel inspired ... to do better in school.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC.
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