Think back to when you were in high school: were you writing anything remotely cool in the yearbooks of your friends? Of course you weren’t. You were an underachiever, so you just scrawled something about “have a great summer” and “don’t drink too much on break” and blah, blah, blah. You signed your name half-heartedly, and you prayed for death– just like a normal high school student should. The guy below, though? He ain’t standing for that nonsense. He’s got the world’s most interesting yearbook signature. See it for yourselves over there on the left, my gentle Examiner readers…
When you’re in high school, there’s very little to look forward to besides the sweet, sweet embrace of alcohol…and that doesn’t show up until a few years later, when you’re in college. In high school, the best you can hope for is to own a fake ID, for someone you know’s parents to go out of town for weeks on end so that house-parties become an option, and that– above all else– you get a cool yearbook at the end of each year. Yearbooks were one of the only halfway-enjoyable things about high school (mocking them was, anyway), and the man over there on the left has just found a way to make them at least 25% more enjoyable.
Click the “Slideshow” box over there on the left to see it for yourselves. What you’re looking at is a year book page from an unidentified high schooler’s yearbook. He’s decided to go with a Dos Equis-themed signature, a move that seems incredibly refined and clever when compared to the borderline-uh-tarded scrawls that are strewn about the pages of my own high school yearbook. Special thanks to Comedy Examiner reader “Mike M.” for sending this one in. You rock, Mike.
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