How sincere are yearbook autographers? Who signs those school yearbooks anyway - genuine friends, phony friends, wannabee friends or mere acquaintances? Do yearbook quips and quotes reveal students' real selves or pseudo-sentiments?
What do you think of the cover design this year? And how does everyone look in those photographs?
“Be courteous to all,
but intimate with few,
and let those few
be well tried
before you give them
America’s First President
(1732 – 1799)
Time to spread love and good cheer.
Let’s pretend we’re friends so dear,
Although I’ll stiff you, come next year.
Say, tell me your first name again!
We saw each other, now and then,
In Algebra, the lion’s den.
A silly rhyme or prank teenage?
Perhaps a gossipy rampage
That might yet the in-crowd upstage.
No LOL or words of shame.
I wouldn’t want to bear the blame,
For snuffing out your claim to fame.
I think I’ll take a second look
And sketch a mustache on that crook
Who just last week my boyfriend took.
On all those hormone-crazy guys,
Who tried to catch me by surprise
With groping hands and l’il white lies.
As we poke fun at everyone,
Then head out to the summer sun
And soon forget all that we’ve done.