Examples of great yearbook quotes include a humorous expression of a student's disappointment in her high school experience, bluntly stating, "This wasn't like High School Musical at all." Another offers a bit of correctional advice to his fellows: "Don't follow your dreams, follow my Twitter." Another boy, in a braggadocios manner, apologizes: "I'm sorry for stealing all your girls."
Every year, High School seniors of many different personalities take pride in leaving reminders of themselves behind in yearbook quotes, which range from hilarious to motivational and religious; the quotes are perennially diverse. These quotes offer the common comedy of high school seniors, but some students refuse to be remembered in such a way, offering a little depth under their photos. One student might quote James Dean in saying, "Dream as if you'll live forever. Live as if you'll die today." Another might joyously declare, "Friends are kisses blown to us from Heaven."
Others might quote blessings from Biblical texts, such as "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." There are still those who add a bit of powerful sentiment in including a deep thought in summation, such as Theodore Roosevelt's quip, "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are," or Dan Zadra's exhortation, "Don't let anyone steal your dream. It's your dream, not theirs."