So, as of about three weeks ago, I joined the Yearbook committe at my school because it's my senior year and I'm not going to let some other people who I don't know determine what's important and what's not.
The whole thing has been going fairly well, if a bit slow, and about a week ago, we received the newly-printed copies of last year's yearbook, which had been completed in June and was now going to be distributed.
Being on the yearbook committee, I got mine first and was happily looking through it, noting people I knew and scowling at the picture of me scowling.
And then I got to the pages where they have all the pictures of each grade crammed together, and where there are some quotes from people in that grade. As it turned out, the people on last year's committee had used something I'd not only said, but WRITTEN DOWN FOR THEM, and they spelt it wrong.
My quote mentioned that my English class had been the best part of my year, and then they effing went and made spelling mistakes when they typed it out. It's not like I spelled it wrong either (let's be serious, when was the last time I wasn't sure how to spell a word??) but they just went and messed it up completely, making me look like I should still be in pre-school.
I doubt anyone noticed, but it bugged me more than you can imagine... hence, this year's yearbook is going to be entirely error-free, even if I have to beat some people up to do it.
Super Ken is almost here.