High School Senior Savanna Tomlinson’s Yearbook Quote About White Privilege Goes Viral

School’s almost out for the summer, which means all the best parts of the year are happening right now. We’re getting polished for prom, throwing caps in the air at graduation, and the ever-coveted yearbook is making its way into our hands to be signed by friends and cherished for eternity.

And of course, no yearbook would be complete without quotes from students and photo gags that will live on forever — even if it’s just in a box in your mom’s basement. And one student at a Florida high school went above and beyond with her quote — and the internet has taken note.

Savanna Tomlinson, a 17-year-old senior, decided that her immortalized quote would be: “Anything is possible if you sound Caucasian on the phone.”

Savanna told BuzzFeed that she took inspiration from a guy who claimed to have gotten a free plane ticket by using his “white” voice on the phone. “I thought it was funny, but when it came time to find a job or handle business, I caught myself using this so-called ‘white’ voice,” she told BuzzFeed.

And people could definitely relate. Her tweet sharing her quote has 57,000 retweets and 138,000 likes. And of course people weighed in with their own tweets about how real it is.

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SOURCE: Teen Vogue, Hanna Howard