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Student Goes Viral For Making A Hilarious Pun Out Of Her Own Name For Her Yearbook Quote

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For high school seniors, the end of the school year is the best time. School work slows down, graduation approaches, and yearbooks are edited.

One thing most seniors have to do is think of a senior quote to go along with their senior photo. Both go in the yearbook and though it's on a rather small scale, it's your legacy.

Madison Guess, a 17-year-old senior from Brownsville, Texas shared her high school photo and quote on Twitter.

Guess used her love of science and her sense of humor to put a creative spin on her unusual last name.

She combined all that to come up with this great quote:

The yearbook quote reads:

“Now you can call me Madison Hypothesis, because I'm an educated Guess."

Madison told Press Association:

“The day the senior quotes were due, I thought to myself, 'you should do a pun with your last name in it!' Thus, Madison Hypothesis was born.
“Growing up, when I would tell someone my last name, they would always say 'hmmm; I don't know' as a joke."

Madison's Twitter post got over 9,000 likes on Twitter.

One user naming Madison an “honorary dad" for her incredible “dad-joke" skill.

This quote is nothing but the truth!

You miss 100% of the puns you don't make


Everyone: Senior quotes should be song lyrics!

Me, an intelectual: PUNS

She definitely caused a reaction.

Others couldn't even put it into words!


Let's just say she knew what she was doing.


The wife of one of Madison's teachers also commented, commending her on her pun skills.

Gloria Schlatter said:

Once Madison finishes high school, she will be going onto college to study biomedical sciences with a track in pre-medicine.

She said:

“My teachers, especially my AP Chemistry teacher, loved it! My friends enjoyed it as well!
“I truly am pleased with the positive reactions people have had on not only Twitter, but on Instagram as well!
“People have been direct messaging me saying that my quote made their day, and that really puts a huge smile on my face."

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