This Student Just ROASTED Her Teachers With A Savage "Stranger Things" Yearbook Quote
29 May 2018, 14:11
"Stranger Things. Season 2. Episode 5. 35:08."
When it comes to choosing a yearbook quote, it can take a looooong time trying to find one that nails both your personality and the experience you had at school. Do you go for something inspirational? Do you go for something funny? Or do you go for something completely savage that encapsulates exactly how you're feeling at the end of senior year?
Well, in the case of this senior, she took the last option. After a tough decision, 18-year-old Lucky Julia Simsuangco decided to settle with a quote from Stranger Things 2. Her yearbook quote reads: "To all the teachers that never taught me a thing: Stranger Things Season 2 Episode 5, 35:08."
But what quote does that specific timestamp refer to? Is it a quote about friendship? Is it a quote about coffee and contemplation? Is it some kind of inspirational mantra uttered by the legend Steve Harrington? Nope. It was much MUCH more savage than that.
Yep, Simsuangco decided to immortalise one of Dustin's spicier quotes from the second series as her senior year mic drop - "Son of a bitch. You're really no help at all, you know that?" - roasting a bunch of teachers in one fell swoop.
Speaking to Buzzfeed, Simsuangco explained why she chose to go with that particular gem of a line from our Lord and Saviour Dustin Henderson, played by the equally iconic Gaten Matarazzo.
"When quotes were due, I was struggling with a few teachers in particular who made students worry more about passing the class than actually making sure they learned the material," Simsuangco said. "I didn't want to put that specific teacher on blast, so I just generalized it because I knew a lot of people who felt the same about different teachers."
Simsuangco also clarified her savage choice of quote on Twitter under her original tweet.
before i get my wig snatched, i appreciate and love all the teachers who’ve impacted my life in more ways than just teaching the material in a syllabus. this was more towards those who made me worry about passing the class than actually learning— lucky (@StayLuckyy) May 17, 2018