I'm pretty sure the F.O.R.D. one is real. And I think he went to my high school.
I bet there's not a "most likely to succeed" in the whole bunch! When I was on the yearbook staff we would have been expelled for printing quotes like that! Times have changed. :)
RGR, same here. Those quotes would not have made it past our yearbook adviser. The page would not have gone to the printers like that.I like "Dustin Kaatz" as a name. I immediately imagined him chasing after a cat with a feather duster in his hand. :-)
I quoted Ingmar Bergman, Shakespeare, and Sonic-Youth in my high school year book back in 1998.
I'm jealous, we never had the chance to put quotes in the yearbook. Even the senior "parent pages" that you could buy had to fit into a template chosen by the yearbook editor.My senior year was worst, the idiot yearbook staff thought it would be "artsy" to print all of the underclassman pictures in sepia tones on colored watercolor paper. Talk about ticked off parents. Hideous.