Leaving school is a milestone moment in the life of any teen on the cusp of adulthood. That sense of possibility is traditionally captured with a yearbook photograph and an accompanying message - parting words to the friends and classmates with whom you've shared your formative years. But it's also a golden opportunity to have one last laugh, and these students chose to make the most of it. In addition to some fashion missteps and very ill-advised hairstyles, these snaps reveal comedy messages ranging from groan-inducing gags to Paris Hilton quotes. Plenty of other high school students will sympathise with Alexander Faur's plight. Some high school students' parting words in their yearbook are more amusing than others. Very few students can claim to have made it through their school days without a hair disaster. Gregory decided to test his luck and ask whether he could simply put anything and have it appear in the yearbook.
I Got A Haircut And No One Noticed
Users request images of current, former students
But clicking on those web links reveals hundreds of nude photographs of current and former high school students, all of which have been posted by anonymous users. Besides the explicit images, the website also contains hundreds more photos of clothed women, likely stolen from their Facebook and Instagram accounts. Those portraits are being used to solicit "wins," a code word for nude photographs. While some users have requested naked images of current high school girls, others have posted messages hoping to obtain photos of women who graduated as far back as 14 years ago, including a few who are now married and have children. I didn't think anybody I went to high school with would ever do that. Elaine said she had no idea someone was using her Facebook profile photo as bait for nude pictures until Local 6 News brought it to her attention. Although she said there are no revealing images of her out there, Elaine is worried about other former classmates who have shared nude photos with others, including an old high school friend. She didn't know if he could have sent it to somebody else and they posted it.
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Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. High school yearbooks are not only meant for jocks and popular girls to brag about their dubious accomplishments but also for that quiet kid in your class to shine brightly with a hilarious quote. A funny yearbook quote, after all, is something to be remembered by.