Creative High Schooler Sneaks Biggie Quote Into Yearbook via Nerd Code

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Yearbook quotes are always the perfect way to catch a glimpse into the psyche of your 18-year-old self. Oh, you thought "The Boy with the Arab Strap" was the height of poetry? Did that Mahatma Gandhi quote you read in your world history book move you to the point that you always want to be remembered by it? Or were you more into a classic Walt Whitman line?

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Whatever dopey quote you decided on, it was nowhere near as cool as Jessica Lee's encrypted message for her fellow graduates:

Flourine uranium carbon potassium bismuth technetium helium sulfur germanium thulium oxygen neon yttrium.

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All the Sublime-heads who skipped Chem 101 were probably all, "NERD! What is she even talking about?!" But everyone who stayed up until 4 AM the night before the AP Chemistry test that year see Jessica winking. We feel, you Jessica Lee. Take a closer look at Jessica's quote, with the symbols for each of the elements she listed:

(F) flourine (U) uranium (C) carbon (K) potassium (Bi) bismuth (Tc) technetium (He) helium (S) sulfur (Ge) germanium (Tm) thulium (O) oxygen (Ne) neon (Y) yttrium

Proof the real cool kids are the nerds.

[Angry Asian Man]

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What kind of rich ass school did that girl go to that their yearbook portrait pages could be printed in full color ON TOP OF color pages? Damn!

My high school didn't let us pick superlatives OR quotes. :|