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Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Justin Halpern

On My Eighth-Grade Graduation Ceremony They're celebrating you graduating from eighth grade? We just went to your sixth-grade graduation two goddamned years ago! Jesus Christ, why don't they just throw a fucking party every time you properly wipe your ass? — Justin Halpern

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Tara Sivec

Wow, Carter. You've got a HUGE wiener.
Suddenly, Gavin being in the bathroom with me didn't seem so bad. If only he could have been in the
bathroom with me in eighth grade and passed that little tidbit around for Penny Frankles to hear, I might
not have gone to the eight grade graduation dance solo.
I finished pissing, zipped up my pants and flushed the toilet, all while trying not to pat myself on the
back. Yeah, I had a huge wiener. You bet your sweet ass I did. I almost needed a wheelbarrow to carry it
around. And because a toddler said it, it must have been true.
We got back to the table and I couldn't keep the shit-eating grin off of my face. — Tara Sivec

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Nick Kroll

I gave the graduation speech at my high school. Not because I was valedictorian but because the grade voted for me to do it. And I gave a slightly contentious speech. I was a little critical of the administration. But for a long time it said on Wikipedia that I took my balls out and exposed myself to the crowd. — Nick Kroll

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Barack Obama

You know, sometimes I'll go to an 8th-grade graduation and there's all that pomp and circumstance and gowns and flowers. And I think to myself, it's just 8th grade ... An 8th-grade education doesn't cut it today. Let's give them a handshake and tell them to get their butts back in the library! — Barack Obama

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By George Weinberg

My father, who was from a wealthy family and highly educated, a lawyer, Yale and Columbia, walked out with the benefit of a healthy push from my mother, a seventh grade graduate, who took a typing course and got a secretarial job as fast as she could. — George Weinberg

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Jessica Bowman

I exclusively attended public school ... And I can honestly say that on the day of my graduation, if you had given me a pop quiz on history, science, or math, I would have in no way been able to pass it - despite the fact that I completely understood it at the time that it had been 'taught' to me, and had even made a good 'grade' on it. — Jessica Bowman

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Jeff Foxworthy

You might be a redneck if you missed 5th grade graduation because you had jury duty. — Jeff Foxworthy

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By David Berg

Death from this life is just graduation from this grade. It's our release, our graduation, our promotion. School is out! We've finished our schooling in this grade and we pass on to the next grade. — David Berg

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Laurie Halse Anderson

I was raped, too
sexually assaulted in seventh grade,
tenth grade. the summer after graduation,
at a party
i was 16
i was 14
i was 5 and he did it for three years
i loved him
i didn't even know him
he was my best friend's brother,
my grandfather, father, mommy's boyfriend, my date, my cousin, my coach
i met him for the first time that night and-
4 guys took turns, and-
i'm a boy and this happened to me, and-
... i got pregnant i gave up my daughter for adoption ... did it happen to you, too? — Laurie Halse Anderson

Grade 8 Graduation Quotes By Brian Tracy

The highest paid Americans read an average of two to three hours per day. The lowest paid Americans don't read at all ...
... 58% of adults never read another book after they leave high school - including 42% of university graduates ...
... 43.6% of American adults read below the 7th grade level ... they are functionally illiterate ... fully 50% of high school graduates cannot read their graduation diplomas, nor fill out an application form for a job at McDonald's ... — Brian Tracy