What are "most likely to" yearbook awards?


Senior superlatives are a high school yearbook tradition that allows students to vote on which classmates best project certain traits or who might be "most likely to" accomplish certain things in life based on their high school personalities. Some superlatives are common, including "most likely to succeed," "most likely couple to get married," "most likely to win a Nobel Prize" or "most likely to be elected president."

Others are more fun in nature, such as "most likely to flunk out of college for partying," "most likely to turn into an evil villain" or "most likely to have hidden superhero powers." Superlatives do not always begin with "most likely to..." Some superlatives simply reveal popular opinion of the best of something, such as smile, hair, teeth, etc.

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