We hope whoever was responsible for this yearbook graduated the year this was printed, or that they were fired. This is obviously nothing but an unfortunate mistakes – like most blunders on this list – and we try not to judge these people too harshly, but in this case, we can’t help but think of poor Teresa Kennedy, who’s lost her chance to appear in her high school yearbook.
This is how her classmates are going to remember her in twenty years, and this is the yearbook she’ll show to her kids when they ask what their mother was like in high school, and we can’t help but feel sorry for her. How would you react in her place? It’s easy enough to say that we’d laugh about it, but we can imagine she felt pretty disappointed.