It's Throwback Thursday, so let's take a walk down memory lane back to high school. Amongst your classmates, what was it in high school that you were most known for?

JStew: Boy... this is a bit of a tossup. I was known for a lot of things. But let's skip over most of those. In the yearbook my senior year, I was voted Most Musical. Not necessarily a big stretch there. But I also got nicest hair. That one may be way more far fetched than anything else. It's one of life's crazy ironies that play out in adulthood. But whatever, at this point in my life, I can't really say I miss my hair. But it's always funny to open to that page and get a chuckle!

Cori: Some would probably say I was known for being the most awkward. I was a really pale, dark-haired theater kid, so I kind of stuck out. I was also the antithesis of athletic, which was kind of ironic because my dad was a physical education instructor and my mom a ballet teacher. I did manage to set one athletic record for my high school--and my name was even up on the wall for a short while, till the next year when someone else set a new record. It was for the V-Sit-And-Reach....so essentially, I won an award for being bendy. That's my claim to fame.

We opened it up to your comments, and here's what you had to say:

Hailey Goodine I remember the V-Sit-and-Reach. And not only do I remember it, I went to High School with Cori, and I remember when she set the record and I remember being disappointed. Because I was also not athletic, and that was the only thing I had a chance at succeeding at! I played basketball, but my only achievement in that was being 6' tall.

Doug Springer Most talented. That didn’t work out so well...

Sandra Lyn Class Clown! And 25yrs later I'm still clowning around

Cheryl McManus I was really quiet and shy. Now, not even close lol

Dennis Bean In my yearbook I was voted Most Artistic, and I'm still using that today!
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