Kevin Chang: King Of The Yearbook Quote [Pic]

Submitted by: bordarboy 5 years ago Funny

Now this is how you leave a legacy at your school. Nice work, Chang.
There are 28 comments:
Male 45
pretty sure that Genghis Khan first said this.
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Male 1,351
@DixxyRarr,
No you`re ok, he says what we all are thinking.
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Female 2,674
Deep down inside.... don`t we all sort of feel this way?


Just me?? Hm... I should get that checked out.
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Male 7
Typical GERMAN attitude: Schadenfreude
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Male 2,790
pretty awesome
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Male 2,893
My quote was, "I hated every minute of it."
YEAH!!!
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Male 2,859
I suspect he may heave heard it himself from the Billy and Mandy pre-show bits.
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Male 5,413
I wanna know what that insane quote to the left says
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Male 522
typical chinese attitude
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Male 694
To the left of him: "Chang`s insane."
To the right of him: "Yeah, super insane."
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Male 2,172
That`s one evil sob.
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Male 2,586
See, I recognised this as the Ross Webster quote from Superman III

"You know a wise man once said, I think it was Attila the Hun, "It is not enough that I succeed, everyone else must fail.""

Pretty awesome :-)
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Male 4,902
Chang rules
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Male 2,513
hehe... I mean muahauhahgh haa haaa
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Male 192
+1

or, you succeed so greatly you make others` success look like a fail
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Male 15,510
Evil overlord in the making!
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Male 153
hahahahaha you evil bastard
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Female 1,356
typical.
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Female 323
I agree with that quote
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Male 587
hey, he`s right, there is no pride in winning if everybody wins.
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Male 340
hahahaha
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Male 2,703
sounds like a villain
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Male 25,416
meh....
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Male 183
Quote from David Merrick, Broadway Producer
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Male 911
an asian with a lazy eye, now that`s strange.
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Male 149
Been on memebase.com for quite a while now.
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Male 5,608
The editor forgot to include his "Muahahahahaha!!!"
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Male 121
Link: Kevin Chang: King Of The Yearbook Quote [Pic] [Rate Link] - Now this is how you leave a legacy at your school. Nice work, Chang.
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