These teachers can’t help but share their love for all things biology-related. They love it so much that they even included pictures of animals in their yearbook photoshoot. After all, yearbooks are once-in-a-lifetime events. You need to make the most of it and go with a theme that best sums up the experience you had at school.
Why wouldn’t you want to make your picture memorable? These teachers made sure their photos are something everyone will surely remember – to want to forget. Some students will probably describe this gimmick as extremely “extra.” But we are totally on board with it.
Who knew Darth Vader had it in him to teach middle school, grade school, or high school? Either way, this rare moment is proof that even evil can change into good. That is, if Darth Vader is teaching students the dark side of the force, then we are all screwed.
But if Darth is simply teaching students the basics of algebra or the Pythagorean theorem, kudos to Luke’s dad. Maybe Darth can transition to vocational cooking classes and teach kids how to properly wield a sword when cutting beef. Of course, Darth would use his lightsaber to point at things on the whiteboard. Of course.
Die-Hard Star Wars Fan
Fans of Star Wars are everywhere. This school is not exempt from geeky nerds who wear their Star Wars badges loudly and proudly. Surprise, surprise, this teacher is announcing to the entire school how much he loves Star Wars by wearing a Storm Trooper helmet to the yearbook photoshoot.
Why? Because he can. Take note, he also eats, sleeps, bathes, drives – repeat the same process – with the Storm Trooper mask day in and day out because he can. Star Wars fans aren’t just everywhere. Apparently, weirdos are too. All this teacher is doing is serving the Galactic Empire which is his school.
Poets in a Yearbook
After science nerds and Star Wars fans, poets are next on the list of those people who can similarly be classified as die-hard weirdos. These beings are loud and proud of the way they can thread and mince words to express their innermost feelings.
But in this picture, no words are necessary. If a picture can paint a thousand words, this image will leave you speechless. It is unclear what the point of the bird is in the picture. Your guess is as good as ours. If we had to speculate, we would say that he is looking to the little bird for wisdom and inspiration.
Some students do call their teachers dummies behind their backs. But this teacher seems to take that label so seriously that he made an actual dummy of himself to fool unsuspecting students. Hopefully, this dummy would make students miss the real thing.
However, it is unclear if the students actually did miss their teacher. Some even commented that the dummy was as good as the real thing – a statement they said behind the teacher’s back. But we know the truth. The teacher made the dummy so that it could fill in for him while he was out on his lunch break.