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    So I kinda need my senior quote for the yearbook tomorrow. Any sugggestions? I don't want anything that everyone is going to put. :icon_ banana:
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    My suggestion is not to do anything overly deep or metaphorical. A lot of people in my graduating class did (including myself) and now looking back on it i'm like
    "Who the hell did I think I was?"



    tappin and a talkin
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    what about "It's the fastest who get paid and the fastest who get laid" is that too deep? haha no I get what your saying everyone puts like long quotes that usually doesn't even reflect who they are
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    Lol

    But ya everyone in my class tried to get all introspective when I know half of them couldn't find their own feet in a snow storm.

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    "Faith is, by definition, believing in something that cannot be proven. As such, the more you talk about your faith the more I wonder if you're trying to convince me -- or yourself."

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