High school girl revolutionizes yearbook quotes to make them more like annoying teen texts.
Sure, it's cute when she does it, but just think of the doors she's opening for morons.
It's not like we're going back to high school anytime soon, but since virtually everyone has a yearbook with their quote in it fondly saved in their attic or under a boiler or something, we're protective of them. More importantly, we're protective of the few remaining areas of writing where people are expected to use real letters in the correct order they were meant to be used for words, and those words in the correct arrangement to construct a sentence. Thanks to Paige here, yearbooks have fallen to the barbarians. Now if you'll excuse us, we have to go pick up an abridged copy of The :( Lightness Of Being.
Sources: Redditor Storiedmuffin76