Big question from one of our younger listeners (poor kid) on KFC Radio today: what should he put for his senior quote? Kevin and I go on to give some of our best advice ever, imho. It doesn’t matter what you put, you’re gonna hate it (unless you’re me and put OAR). Basically every single thing you put you’ll look back on in 5 years and think “what was wrong with me?” then you’ll be overcome with a warm sense of embarrassment, slam your yearbook shut, throw it in a box, swear to never look at it again, and in 5 years you will repeat the process.
The fact of the matter is that you’re, and I’m including myself here, not profound. You’re not wise. You’re not funny. Nothing you try will be something you look back on and think, “Damn, I really knocked that out of the park.” Very, VERY few people outside of Earl Smith and me will be proud of their senior quote and think it’s a good representation of themselves.
So what do you do? Great question. Listen to the episode, we give you plenty of examples. It’s only 18 minutes and you’re not doing anything anyway.
Some good and bad examples from tweeters…