But first, not coffee
“I like my coffee like I like my women, I don’t like coffee.” – That’s an interesting, though questionable way, of coming out of the closet (we’re talking about the coffee closet). It makes for a funny quote, but imagine if his parents weren’t aware of his sexual preferences. This could make for a very awkward situation.
We can only assume he felt comfortable enough with his identity to put this as his yearbook quote – the one that his entire class of peers, his friends and his family are all going to see. In that case, and if he has nothing to hide, it simply makes for a funny quote, and although it doesn’t have a lot to do with high school, it characterizes him well enough.