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5 Hilarious Yearbook FAILS

It’s time to order yearbooks! Even though they’re ridiculously expensive, your kid isn’t even a senior and they’re the 15th thing the school has asked you to buy in the past week – they are mandatory. How else will your family be able to treasure all those special, special moments from this school year?

I propose there may be other reasons to buy the yearbook.

Because I didn’t realize it til this week, but they are excellent sources of parental information and sometimes – comedy. Of course you can eyeball what all your kid’s classmates look like – but you can also get a read on what the hell is going on in that school.

Example: See the gentleman to the left? NOT DATING MY DAUGHTER.

Some of the examples are really funny, some are pathetic and some make it clear that as a culture we are indeed in the hand basket, headed to hell.  If you want to see the full set, click over to HappyPlace.com – they’re worth checking out.

All images courtesy of HappyPlace.com.


  • That quote must mean a lot to her. 1 of 5
    That quote must mean a lot to her.
    In case you have trouble reading it, it says: "You're laughing because I'm laughing. But I'm laughing because I farted."
  • Classy move, son. 2 of 5
    Classy move, son.
    I bet his parents were delighted to see this.
  • Better not to write anything… 3 of 5
    Better not to write anything...
    And let them wonder if you're stupid.
  • Wait. WHAT? 4 of 5
    Wait. WHAT?
    I'm not going to lie. That's weird as hell but I would totally be friends with this girl.
  • Yes, ANYTHING. 5 of 5
    Yes, ANYTHING.
    I just... There are no... I mean... Really?

Read more from Julie at her blog Rants from MommyLand. Follow Julie on Facebook and Twitter for additional goofy nonsense at no extra charge. You can catch up on her posts for Strollerderby, too – where she is often slightly less stupid.

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