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Edited Utah yearbook photos make The Onion

Published May 30, 2014 3:16 pm
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You know you've made it big when you make The Onion.

The news-satire site on Friday picked up Wasatch High School's edited-for-modesty yearbook photos for its "American Voices" feature — a parody of mainstream news' man-on-the-street Q&As.

The "respondents'" answers ... well, none of them criticizes the students in the pictures.

For a gloriously non-PC take on the matter, trust The Onion.

— Erin Alberty

Twitter: @ErinAlberty




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