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Girl Takes Her Senior Pictures At Taco Bell And Pretty Much Wins High School

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My mom still proudly displays my senior pictures in her living room. Me, oh-so-casually posing in front of the beige background that was the standard for my school’s senior yearbook photos. And oh look, there I am nonchalantly leaning against a tree in my cheerleading uniform. While I cringe at the cheesiness every time I look at my teenage self, I know I’m not the only one with this embarrassing photographic evidence of my high school years. In fact, I have yet to see a set of senior year photos that weren’t painfully dorky – until now.

Brittany Nicole Creech, a high school senior in Missouri, forwent the standard hobby shots and instead took her senior pictures at the one place she loves above all others: Taco Bell.


Brittany didn’t completely escape the cheesiness of senior photos, however. There are some “normal” photos of her in a black dress on a park bench and leaning against a rock wall, as well as repping her beloved St. Louis Cardinals.


But still, the girl took professional photos at Taco Bell. She wins at high school, and probably at life. Sisters, start following her now. Whatever school she winds up at, someone had better give her a bid, stat.

[Via Hello Giggles]

Image via Rob Wilson / Shutterstock.com

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Jenna Crowley

Jenna used to be known as 2NOTBrokeGirls, but then one of the girls actually went broke, so she's struck out on her own. Jenna spends her free time saving the world, one sorority girl at a time (usually while wearing yoga pants), questioning why she decided to get a doctorate, and documenting her love of all things cheese related. You can ask her anything you want about football, using your boobs to get what you want, and pizza at @JennaLCrowley on Twitter or via email at JennaLCrowley@gmail.com.

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