LOL! Noah Schnapp Used the Funniest “Stranger Things” Reference in His Yearbook Quote

by Malcolm Angoya   |  Jan 23, 2023
Image: (LEFT TO RIGHT) TikTok/stuff_1221, Instagram/noahschnapp
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A yearbook encapsulates all of the fond memories from your time in school. If you want to leave behind a legacy, your yearbook quote is the *perfect* way to leave your mark. However, it can take a long time to figure out one that sums up both your personality and your experiences in high school.

Almost every graduating senior faces the big question: Should you go for a sentimental and inspirational message? Maybe try a funny quote, or perhaps opt  for something that sums up exactly how you're feeling at the end of your senior year?

Well, in the case of Noah Schnapp, the decision was quite easy. The actor settled with a reference from Season 2 of Stranger Things, the Netflix show that he starred in as Will Byers. Last January 19, a photo of Noah’s yearbook page was shared on TikTok by a fan who graduated from the same high school.

@stuff_1221 #noahschnapp #strangerthings #fyp ? original sound - stuff

The quote above Schnapp's senior photo reads, "To all the teachers that never taught me a thing," and the actor cited the source as "Stranger Things S2 Episode 5, 35:08."

If you watch Stranger Things and go to the 35:08 minute mark of the second season’s fifth episode, "Dig Dug," Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo) tells Ted Wheeler (Joe Chrest), "Son of a b*tch. You're really no help at all, you know that?" This *iconic* quote was mentioned when Dustin was at the Wheeler house, unable to locate two other characters because of their unhelpful father.

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Noah’s now-viral yearbook quote is now making its rounds on Twitter, generating laughs from fans and casual internet users alike. Here are a few witty reactions that had us laughing out loud!

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Fellow graduating seniors, we hope your yearbook quotes will be as hilarious (and iconic!) as Noah’s!

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