Top 10 Class Reunion Sayings and Slogans for Shirts
For some people, walking out of high school after graduation would be the last time, they would see everyone they suffered for four years with. Most of the time, class reunions are just to get together to display how much of a success or failure you’ve been to others you hope did nothing notable with their lives. That’s why you should get a design on your reunion shirts that really help push your dominance as a class.
10. Hi I can’t remember your name either
Back in the day, there was some excuse to forget someone’s name. As you grow up, meet new friends, find love, and have children, then it’s understandable that you’re not going to remember everyone you come across. Even if it’s just a 10-year high school reunion you’re going to spend the majority of it squinting at random people and trying to jog your own memory. Don’t feel bad about only recognizing faces though because they’re going to be spending just as much time as you to try to remember who you are. It would be really awkward if you finally connect and it dawns on you that it was the person who used to shove you into lockers. It’s okay because now they’re really fat and work at a used car dealership. If you just want to push past the barrier of awkwardness, then just wear a shirt with a design on it telling them that you don’t remember their name. That’s a good way to break the ice again.
9. The Criminal, the Athlete, the Basket Case, the Princess, the Brain. Which one were you?
The Breakfast Club was a heavily romanticized version of American high schools that didn’t really even happen in America. I want to know where these high schools were because they sound like they’d be loads of fun. Imagine having such a wide range of people in your high school? Mine was just a generic blend of boring kids too scared to ask each other to dance. Though, if you’re doing a 20-year high school reunion, then you’re bound to run into one who crossed the law once or twice. Let’s just hope they were for minor misdemeanors and not a manslaughter case out on good behavior.
8. Reunited! & it feels so good!
At a 20-year high school reunion the first thing you want to do is show off what you’ve done with your life since that awkward time you slipped in the hallway and tore your pants. You’re hoping to see the kids who laughed at you and bask in the satisfaction that they’ve become a janitor or a garbage man or something. You need to flaunt the fact that you went to college and made something of yourself. You have to be quick because there’s always going to be someone coming in who was an astronaut or a lawyer, so you better get “low-level accounting manager” out of the way before a more respectable profession comes along.
7. It appears someone invited a bunch of old people to my high school reunion
After a 20-year break from seeing people you used to have awkward encounters within the hall, you’re all coming back on the brink of a mid-life crisis. That means you’re going to be pulling up into the parking lot with brand new cars, a new haircut, and new clothes. Don’t think you’re going to be the only one trying this out either because there’s going to be a lot of other old people there the same age as you, the same mid-life crisis stage as you, and probably more money than you to roll in with an even nicer car. Time to bust out the gold spray paint.
6. All it takes is 1 song to bring back 1,000 memories.
Every high school had that one song that was popular during their high school days. It was so popular that it played for every high school dance and was probably even a theme song for your class. You would hear people blast it in their cars in the parking lot and even during football games. No one got tired of that song and it was played so often that it can trigger any random memory you have of high school, even embarrassing ones.
5. How do you like me now?
High school reunions aren’t just to get together with old friends, rivals, and teammates, it’s to show off what you’ve done in the past 10 or 15 years. It’s basically an entire convention of humblebraggers trying to one-up each other. Having “how do you like me now?” as the design for your shirts just to make it so you don’t have to say it out loud.
4. The OLD ones are still the best. Old jeans, old boots, old friends, old songs and old times!
When you’re walking into your high school reunion, you’re all going to be old. You’ve been out of the music and fashion scene for years when you traded up for a suit and tie for work, so if you’re not going through a mid-life crisis then you’re probably going to try walking in with the fashion that was around during our time. It’s going to be as if you just randomly came into class someday 20-years older, but still dressing exactly the same.
3. Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory. – Dr. Seuss
You don’t know how valuable something is until it passes. All the memories you made and all the things you did in high school you did for the last time. When you walked away you didn’t know that someday it would be the last time you did it. Hopefully, you left with some good memories.
2. It is one of the blessings of old friends that you can afford to be STUPID with them. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
When you were younger in a younger body you could afford to take a few more risks. You tried skateboarding, rollerblading, parkour, combat sports, and other risks that you could afford to take because you were young. You can still be stupid with old friends, but you might have to do something a little less physical like toilet-papering the old principal’s house even though he’s in a wheelchair now.
1. Shout out to old people for graduating high school without Google.
Nowadays kids have Google and Wikipedia for everything you didn’t have. You had to sift through encyclopedias in libraries for hours for information that was almost never updated. Putting a design on some shirts to show off that you were the generation that was smart enough to get through school without Google is an accomplishment itself.
Time to show off your school pride 10, 15, or 20 years down the line with a design on your shirts that makes your high school reunion self-aware and easy to get through.