Judging from their yearbook quotes, this year’s batch of high school seniors are headed for greatness. (Well, if “greatness” is measured by “going viral,” that is.)
Since graduation is right around the corner, students have been sharing their stellar and entertaining yearbook quotes on Twitter — and the offerings are definitely applause-worthy.
First, there’s the teen who managed to hide a savage Stranger Things burn in her yearbook quote.
so uh here’s my senior quote LOL pic.twitter.com/YxJNVFMs2u
— love, lucky (@StayLuckyy) May 16, 2018
One girl echoed the hallowed words of Gucci Mane.
Ima let y’all finish but…I had the BEST senior quote. pic.twitter.com/w7baGXgQsg
— Adri ✨ (@Adrianasokay_) May 18, 2018
Another gave a not-so-subtle shout-out to Sirius Black.
hey its me, ya girl with her harry potter senior quote pic.twitter.com/1FIhovb9z3
— grayce♡국 (@luvrjk) May 21, 2018
This kid decided to dispense some truly timeless wisdom.
My son fought cancer in the 10th grade and survived! ?I just assumed his senior quote would be deep and thought provoking. WRONG ? #satchat #SaturdayMotivation #classof2018 #seniorquote #Sen18r #yearbook pic.twitter.com/wD8PWEPsAE
— Mrsaanis (@mrsaanis) May 12, 2018
I mean, if there were ever a perfect time for a Spongebob Squarepants quote, it’s on the senior yearbook page.
— Mika ? (@mikkasayshigh5) May 19, 2018
This girl’s quote somehow managed to be both hilarious and brutal. (An impressive combo.)
AYOOO I AINT THINK MY SCHOOL WOULD PUT MY QUOTE LMAOOO pic.twitter.com/g0xH5Q7CWo
— B.??? (@bbernierxo) May 21, 2018
One kid just wanted to remind his fellow classmates what he thought of them.
I love my senior quote ?? pic.twitter.com/4iFhHOm0JA
— pepe ? (@jxnioorr) May 22, 2018
A little Chandler Bing wisdom never hurt, either.
the one (1) good thing about my school is the fact that we get senior quotes. pic.twitter.com/Pa6hS8fgxW
— lexie (@lexiechufar) May 17, 2018
This kid managed to sneak in a truly corny dad joke, so props to him.
Finally everyone can see my senior quote! pic.twitter.com/k1LQAY0gCX
— Jacob Jordan (@joebob_III) May 19, 2018
And, of course, there’s the teen who took a tired, cliched quote and made it fantastic.
— Maddie Brooke (@gallivance) May 21, 2018
Keep up the great work, Class of 2018. You’re already making your mark!