8 Tips for the Perfect Senior Quote

Approaching the end of the year, seniors are frantically trying to come up with a quote for the yearbook. Though it’s a seemingly simple task, this one blip of text will immortalize you on the pages of 300 yearbooks. How can one quote epitomize you entirely? One must carefully consider the question, “How do I want to be remembered by those in my high school?” This is a daunting task. The following images may be some inspiration¬†to those who are still trying to choose a quote. For those of you who submitted yours weeks ago, sit back and enjoy. Not a senior? It’s coming sooner than you think, my friend, and it’s never to early to start planning your own senior quote for the yearbook!

1. Be clever:

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3. Ask an underclassman for help:Screen shot 2015-02-28 at 4.26.50 PM

4. Just be honest:
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