From The Wayback Machine: Museum of Yearbook Bloopers and Oddities
Earlier this week we talked about Hunter Osborn, the high school football player who exposed his junk in a team photo last year. The picture made it into the yearbook and he was facing felony charges.
Yesterday the district attorney said they're dropping the charges. But that got us talking about the oddities that made their way into our yearbooks. So we jumped into the Wayback Machine and dug out the Museum of Yearbook Bloopers and Oddities.
What follows is a collection of Quad City yearbook pictures and other printed materials. See if you can spot what's wrong!
This is how this young lady's picture appeared in her yearbook. The photographer's assistant REALLY wanted to be in the yearbook:
Artistic license came into play on the cover of this annual. Look close... the dog's tongue was drawn to look like a different red appendage:
Here's Dwyer's famous touch up job on a picture that got scuffed and needed an El Marko to repair it. This is how it appeared in the yearbook:
Max Johnson clears the bar:
Max Johnson's brother Peter shows his diving skills as well as something else:
This girl chose the "Clothing Optional" senior portrait:
Say hello to the Quad Cities coolest trumpet player. He's so "FLY":
Honest. It is THIS big!:
The headline says it all: