Peeps answered Saturday May 22 2010, 4:48 am: There are a lot of good suggestions when signing a yearbook for a school friend. Some of the suggestions are to be funny or stupid but that isn't always the best route to go. Remember that there will be class reunions down the road and somebody might actually bring out their yearbook to read off in front of the group. Here is a small list of good yearbook comment suggestions:
I think the "be positive" suggestion is good. It isn't that hard to make a good comment about someone, even if it's, "I've always really liked your freckles. Thanks for being a nice kid to me and giving me somebody to look forward seeing. Hope you do well in college next year."
devilspawn_666 answered Thursday May 25 2006, 1:22 am: This is kind of stupid, but what I always wrote in yearbooks was "Have a good winter". Everyone always puts something to the effect of "have a great summer", and it was my way to get away from doing what everyone else did and have my signing be memorable. [ devilspawn_666's advice column | Ask devilspawn_666 A Question ]
CavieOwnsU2 answered Thursday May 25 2006, 12:45 am: Write "Remember when..."s that you had with the specific person. These will be the most lasting and when you guys are old and gray and still best friends (haha), you'll look back at your year book and have great memories that might have otherwise been lost.
For example, I might write to my best friend, "Remember when we got our shoes stuck in the basketball hoop and went to the movie store each with one of my old sneakers tied around our ankles. Love you always, *inserts my name*" [ CavieOwnsU2's advice column | Ask CavieOwnsU2 A Question ]
crashxheart answered Thursday May 25 2006, 12:39 am: Be yourself, don't copy someone elses. And please DO NOT write "I am the clown who came to town and wrote in your yearbook upside down" if you want to be memorable.
tasuki answered Thursday May 25 2006, 12:05 am: Nobody can really tell you what to write. Write whatever you want to say to the person you're saying it to. It has to be personal. I can't tell you what's sentimental for you or what you remember, or even what you find funny. I'm sorry, but that's my best answer, and you'll probably get a lot of similar ones. [ tasuki's advice column | Ask tasuki A Question ]
Lalagurl answered Wednesday May 24 2006, 11:24 pm: well i cant really tell you what to write. you write what you feel about that particular person.
but this may be a weird 1 but here it goes (before i tell you this, what i'm about to say goes in the crack of the yearbook, in the middle of the two pages.)ok here it goes:
Cows go moo,
Ducks go quack,
I'm the first to sign your crack!
lol its stupid i know.
Good Luck ;) [ Lalagurl's advice column | Ask Lalagurl A Question ]
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