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Student Replaces Yearbook Caption with the words “Ugly Hoe”

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A high school in Texas is trying to figure out how a student changed the caption of another student’s yearbook picture to include the phrase “Ugly hoe.”  The school says that they know that the caption was changed during the time between the book was completed and the final version was approved.   The only problem is that they have no idea who did it.

Shockingly, the final version was reviewed by editors and administrators before it was released, but no one caught the little error.  The school vows to punish the person who did it.

Fortunately for the victim, only a few of the yearbooks had been released before the error was found.  But the image went viral on the web, which is why we are talking about it right here.   The other yearbooks are being kept out of the public eye in order to avoid embarrassing the poor student.

“Our educators have hearts and concern for the students, so immediately our concern is for that student and her well being, and to make sure we get this problem corrected as quick as possible,” a district spokesperson said.

In another case in a different state, a student is facing criminal charges after she replaced a student’s last name with the word “mast*rbate.”  The moral of the story is that you probably shouldn’t go damaging people’s reputations, since it can scar them for life and also leave you with a criminal record.

4 Comments

  1. hayward powell

    June 2, 2013 at 2:25 pm

    Kids keep doing stupid things cause there parents often handled it, and FORCED THEM to say….I’M SORRY, when obviously they r not.
    The answer to the problem is… MAKE THEM PAY! NO MORE I’M SORRY, RUN AWAY BACK TO THE CROWD LAUGHING. TAKE IT OUT IF THEIR HIDES, AND I AZURE U IT WILL STOP.
    KIDS GOTTA FEEL IT TODAY. THEY SEEM TO LACK REMORSE.

  2. Daisy

    June 3, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    It had to be someone that was jealous of the girl because from looking at the girls in the photo I don’t see any ugly hoes.

  3. HiC486

    June 3, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    Punishing kids nowadays hardly works. Something needs to happen where it impacts them the most and makes them want to change.

  4. Manda

    July 14, 2013 at 8:33 pm

    1: Make the child pay. Not the parent. Community service for a few years. 2: Make them go viral with picture and explain theirselves. 3: After some time has passed and they understand there better ways to handle problems and express remorse, apologize to that young lady

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