High Schooler Hilariously Recreates Kindergarten Photo For Senior ID Badge
August 25, 2016
Remember being told if you make that goofy face, it will stay like that forever?
This is Tyra Hunt, a senior at East Kentwood High School in Kentwood, Michigan.
The 17-year-old is getting national buzz after she perfectly recreated her kindergarten photo for her senior ID badge.
"We are allowed to do funny ID pictures because they put our senior pictures in the yearbook,” Hunt told Wood TV. "I didn't know what to do because we are not allowed to use props, like hold anything, so I was like, what should I do? And I found a green sweatshirt and then we ironed on USA to it and we were like, ‘This is going to be perfect.'"
Her friend told her to post it on Twitter and it blew up. Within 24 hours, the photo had more than 30,000 retweets and 94,000 favorites.
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