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High School Senior Uses His Yearbook Quote To Come Out In Style

His classmates will definitely remember him now.

One senior at Raritan High School in Hazlet, New Jersey decided to use his senior quote to “come out” and finish high school “with a bang.”

Maxwell Barrett tweeted the following picture of his yearbook photo and quote, which reads: “Of course I dress well, I didn’t spend all that time in the closet for nothing.” The quote was credited to unknown, as Barrett said he had rephrased a version of it he found online.


“I wanted to go out in a way people would remember me by!” said the 18-year-old, and although the quote was almost pulled for its “shock value,” it appears he has succeeded.

Image source: Twitter/@maxxbarrett

(h/t Huffington Post)

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