Not even sure where to begin with this. Is this satire or simply a fact of his poor brain cell count? Nonetheless, it’s a great quote to end the year with, especially for those who are slightly intellectually challenged. We’re kind of confused how he managed to get his diploma. Speaking of being confused about things, we don’t know what to make of this next guy.
We admire conviction in an individual. We also admire presenting a scenario in a different perspective. This young buck, though, takes the cake for being a vegetarian over a different kind of reasoning. Makes perfect sense, too. Speaking of young bucks, check out this next guy calling out his doe.
Breaking up is hard to do, as the classic song goes. What’s even harder is trying to get back the things you borrowed from each other on a personal level. Hence, what’s the best way to get them back? Address them in your yearbook photo, of course. Think this is sad? The next guy is almost as sad as it gets.
You’ve spent many years studying to get a degree. All that hard work must pay off in the end, right? If you’re a beauty like her, then it shouldn’t take too long to achieve those life goals she’s got. Such ambition and drive you got there, you young and pretty lass. This girl doesn’t seem to be driven by love, but the next guy we see is driven by hate. And it’s pretty funny.
Just when we thought you were made to ruin people’s dreams, you decide to do this. Good call, young man. That’s what we call effective marketing. You know what another basic principle of marketing is? Supply and demand. Watch the pretty girl in the next slide address the issue of his conflicting supply and demand.
Being unable to attend school for a certain special day is rather disheartening. However, you can always count on your friends to take care of the important stuff for you, right? Like this yearbook quote, for example? No? Okay, never mind then. I guess high school ISNT like High School Musical at all, as the young lady in the next one explains to us quite eloquently.