Monday, June 17, 2013

Meet America's Most Gangsta High School Nerd

via - Color Lines

Think your senior quote in the yearbook was awesome? It wasn’t. Because Jessica Lee’s is the best thing ever. Angry Asian Man explains it:

Drawing on her knowledge of the periodic table, the graduating high school senior’s parting words of wisdom — published under her photo in the Garfield High School yearbook — appear to be a nerdy recitation of elements. But wait. Look a little closer, and you’ll see a coded message inspired by the lyrical stylings of none other than the Notorious B.I.G.:

“Flourine uranium carbon potassium bismuth technetiumhelium sulfur germanium thulium oxygen neon yttrium”
Which, in case you were wondering, is Biggie-speak for:

(F) flourine (U) uranium (C) carbon (K) potassium (Bi) bismuth (Tc) technetium (He) helium (S) sulfur (Ge) germanium (Tm) thulium (O) oxygen (Ne) neon (Y) yttrium.

See it? Got it? Good. Check out the actual photo after the jump.


Anonymous said...

One smart cookie and creative!

Anonymous said...

What a G!

BetsyJane said...

I'm not ghetto enough to understand. Please explain.

Anonymous said...

This is OLD!

Anonymous said...

F Bitches, Get money @BettieJane

Anonymous said...

I <3 her!!

SayMyName said...

I love this quote! Being a chemistry teacher in a "ghetto" high school, I encourage my kids to write as much as they can in periodic code and give extra credit for it. You should see the CRaP they come up with (Carbon, Radium, Phosphorus).