People Are Sharing All The Things That Scream, "I Peaked In High School" And It's Brutally Real

Yesterday, a viral Reddit thread asked users: “What screams, ‘I peaked in high school’?”

As it turns out, everyone knows someone who never really moved on from their high school glory days. Here are the telltale signs:

1.“Partying with high schoolers when you’re 30.”

—tobraham

2.“Sharing EVERY memory from Facebook talking about the ‘good ol’ days’ and ‘wish we could go back’ when it’s only been a few years since graduation.”

—willflash4doggopics

3.“I dated a guy with his high school mascot tattooed on his arm. It was such a turnoff.”

—shs0007

4.“Still bullying the ‘nerds’ at your 10 year reunion.”

—BigGrombus03

5.“Selling pot to teenagers and then trying to get them to stay and smoke with you.”

—ChunderForce

6.“Wearing your high school class ring after graduation.”

—Hrekires

7.“At my ten year reunion, the prom queen came wearing a tiara with a custom ‘Queen ’03’ sash over her shoulder. I had to go outside because I was laughing so hard. But I’ll be damned if she didn’t rock that outfit the whole time, so, respect. Still sad though.”

—acava2424

8.“Getting the score of the football game you won against the school’s rival tattooed on your shoulder.”

—nalgas4497

9.“Still bragging about high school basketball games from ten years ago.”

—MasterTeacher123

10.“Selling your pyramid scheme essential oils on Facebook.”

—hbmc1123

11.“Teachers who suck up to the athletes and other popular kids and ignore the less popular kids. My freshman year Spanish teacher was like that.”

—homestuckintraffic

12.“Making any mention of SAT or ACT scores. Bonus points for that IQ test you took when you were a kid online.”

—karnim

13.“People who say, ‘High school is the best time of your life.'”

—momentofhesitation

14.“Really aggressive sport parents. I stayed in the same hotel as a little league team and there wasn’t a single parent that I didn’t despise.”

—SirRogers

15.“I work in HR and once had a resume that mentioned the applicant had been the captain of the local high school football team. He was in his fifties at the time he submitted this application.”

—silliestboots

16.“Loud mufflers and revving your engines on residential streets.”

—agathaprickly

17.“Constantly going back and visiting your high school after graduation.”

—ineedabreak10

And finally, there’s this tragic tale…

18.“A guy who graduated from my high school back in 2003 was arrested a few years ago for his second DUI. He was wearing his Letterman jacket in his mugshot.”

—gil_beard

So, what are YOUR biggest “peaked in high school” red flags? Sound off in the comments.

Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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