For every situation, there is a suitable quote from The Simpsons.
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By Max Miller
Jun 15, 2012
Anything you write or do will end up in the school yearbook. The following selection of ridiculous yearbook photos is absolute proof of that.
Choose cautiously and plan accordingly. This is how your classmates will remember you for the rest of their lives.
Justin Bieber has some of the greatest song lyrics in the history of music and that's the one you go with?
This one totally would've backfired if the person on the other side of her was Alan Thicke.
The most inspiring quote of all time.
Thanks to this, she can look forward to a lot of people getting on her pet peeves in the future.
This is the kind of yearbook prank that can happen only once in a lifetime.
This has "drama teacher" written all over it.
"Let's do something wild so the kids won't think we're a bunch of squares anymore."
"And then next year, you guys should have your crotches behind my head!"
We remember her. She was a real bitch.
If by "Catholic church", you mean your hairstyle, then the answer is no.
What an unfortunate choice of shirt/picture cropping combo.
No matter how hard his parents tried to talk him out of it, Neil Goldstein insisted on posing with the family corgi for his yearbook photo.
Nothing says "these two are funny" like a good, old-fashioned, improvised lynching.
You can never go wrong with a quote by Gandhi.
You can, however, go wrong with a quote by Britney Spears.
Subtlety will get you everywhere.
The only real reason to enlist.
This would've been hilarious if all of the Asian guys with the last name "Kim" hadn't already done it a few pages before.
Caught in a rad bromance.
Can't blame this guy. Who hasn't wanted to strangle Jared from Subway?
This prank is bad enough as is, but it's even worse when you find out that it was done by his parents.
The slightly less popular Martin Luther King, Jr. quote.
Something you might not have known about your favorite "Avengers" actors: Robert Downey, Jr. was Jay Leno in high school and Jeremy Renner was the bad guy at the end of "Ghostbusters."
If you look at the top row and the bottom row, you'll notice two identical young men. Those aren't twins. That kid brilliantly gave the photographer a fake name so he could get into the yearbook twice.
"You wanna do something that will prevent us from ever getting laid?"
"Why, yes. Yes, I do."
Six years later, Kevin Chang took over the world.
This is pretty funny until you realize that he was 100-percent serious.
Eric Adams' grandma always told him.
Somewhere in front of a computer in a large, secluded mansion, Jay-Z sobs to himself quietly.
Justin wanted to make sure that the world would know that he once got laid in high school, so he took a picture with the result of that experience.
This kid should have been the valedictorian because this is the smartest yearbook photo prank ever.