"What are you planning on doing with Ms. Cashmere?"
Watching this in my dark room, while eating stale cheetos, I feel like an apocalypse survivor getting a peek at what humanity used to be like.
On the last day of high school (secondary school in the Uk) People just wrote on your school shirts. Most drew a penis or wrote twat on your back.
Usually your friends wrote nice stuff on the front, like faggot.
"I'll be married to a Chinese person in Japan." - Mark 1994
Oh, hey, I'm pretty much the exact same age as these people (I graduated from high school that very same month), and yep, that looks (and sounds) about right.
Graduated high school 1996. Yep. What's really weird is that there were equivalent people in my school- looked and dressed similar, acted the same. We're all just cultural clones. Except the one prematurely bald kid. Must have been rough. Hope he's a rich baller now.
Shoutout to /r/TheWayWeWereOnVideo
The people in this video (the seniors at least) are all around 41 years old now... let that sink in.
I absolutely loved this for some reason. I didn't even graduate in the 90s but this just made me really nostalgic for the old days of when you constantly had your friends around you. Things certainly change when you become an adult and don't have that structure in your life.
Its crazy how many people wanted to be rich and famous, almost* no one said doctor, lawyer, engineer, architect, scientist etc.
Was that common for the time, or for Virginia? I graduated in NZ a few years ago, and most of my peers were aiming for more realistic and less vapid goals. Pretty weird to hear those answers.