October 28, 2010

Part 1: Here are some categories that might have made your Division Avenue High School yearbook even more interesting

Wouldn't it has been fun to have voted on the following?

Biggest brown noser:

Most likely to tell a teacher "Our dog ate my homework":

Most likely to start a food fight in the cafeteria:

Most likely to be sent to Assistant Principal Aiello's office:

Most likely to be pictured on a milk carton:

Most likely to become a bookie:

Most likely to become a millionaire:

Most likely to marry a millionaire:

Least likely to succeed:

Most likely to move to Canada to avoid the draft:

Most likely to have a sex-change operation:

Most likely to eat the most lunch:

Most likely to steal your lunch money:

Most likely to attend religious services just to meet members of the opposite sex:

Most likely to be incarcerated:

Most likely to steal cosmetics from Mays:


Frank Barning said...

Yes, that's my picture on the milk carton.....Frank Barning.

Jimbo said...

Hi Frank,
Id like to nominate myself for "least likely to succeed". My greatest academic accomplishment was doing as little as possible to get a "C" or "65" in our days to just barley pass, thus avoiding an ass kicking from my dad. I knew that if I passed the regents exam at the end of the year I would be given a passing grade. I received my Regents diploma along with all the other classmates who worked so hard in the classroom. If Mr Reggio hadnt insisted on me taking Biology I wouldn't have done it. He told my mom I was just lazy. I only took classes that my buddy Jay Citrin ( 60) had taken the year before so I would steal his work. The only novels I ever read where in the form of a Classic Comic books and my "prose and poety" book never got cracked open. My only saving grace was knowing I couldn't get lower then a "55" thus allowing me to get a "75" the next quarter and having a passing grade average.
It was years later that with the help of the G.I Bill I was able to go to college and get a degree.

JIm Anton
D.A.H.A.S 61

Matthew said...

Great stuff, Frank. You have always been witty with the pen (and keyboard).