High School Seniors Dressed as Iconic Characters for Their Student IDs and You Have to See Them
North Farmington High School's 2019 senior class decided to forgo the traditional boring and staid student ID photos in favor of something a bit more creative and fun.
Instead of simply smiling for the camera, these students chose to channel an array of celebrities, iconic TV and movie characters, and even popular memes for their yearly photos. The impressions were spot-on, and the results, which you can see some of below, were downright hilarious.
— Erik Elwell (@elwell_erik) September 13, 2018
These awesome portraits are actually years in the making, and it continues a tradition students at North Farmington High School have carried on for eight years. "Kids start planning from freshman year, trying to find who you look like," NFHS senior Alexa Hall (who dressed up as Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany's) explained to Bustle. "While trying to come up with something that hasn't been done before is challenging, it's really fun to see people's doppelgängers, especially when that celebrity gives recognition on social media."
And, believe it or not, some of the impressions have been so good that they actually have gotten a response from the stars themselves. On Thursday, September 13, for example, actor Ken Jeong retweeted a photo of a student who was dressed like Leslie Chow, his character from The Hangover.
Other impressive portraits from this year include a student who channeled his inner Dwight Schrute from The Office, and another who senior who looked nearly identical to Legally Blonde's Elle Woods, complete with the character's four-legged friend, Bruiser. Take a look at some additional portraits below and prepare to be amazed:
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