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People Are Freaking Out Because The Last High School Class Born In The '90s Graduates This Year

*awareness of own mortality intensifies*

Posted on September 30, 2016, at 3:21 p.m. ET

People are feeling hella old after realizing the last class born in the '90s is graduating high school this year, thanks to these senior shirts.

Twitter: @johnZirker

Taylor Bond

Twitter: @johnZirker

Taylor Bond

The shirts, which were designed by Tayler Bond, a senior at Parkview High School in Lilburn, Georgia, depict cartoon characters from the '90s and early 2000s in graduation attire.

After fellow student John Zirker shared the designs on Twitter, more than 20,000 people retweeted it.

We have the BEST senior shirts yet! @Parkview_17

And people had quite a few feelings about it.

People grappled with the fleeting nature of time.

Last 90's class... WHAT THE FUCK https://t.co/4aJnW02mip

Dang juniors in high school were born in 2000 :// https://t.co/5V694mP8o8

I feel.... So old.... https://t.co/VVRqVWO7Bb

And (of course), some ~real '90s kids~ were sprinkling all the salt.

But y'all were literally newborns when these shows were out? You were literally the last year in the 90s? Lol https://t.co/dR88abJ06q

Y'all know damn well Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends came out in 2004 https://t.co/d2ETia0YD5

Y'all were born in '99 stfu https://t.co/3x6LkQwtgh

Some people noted that a few characters on the shirt were the wrong colors, which Zirker explained was "a mishap and more colors = more money."

Bond told BuzzFeed News she's widely known at school for being an artist, and wanted the shirts to exemplify "how special it feels to be a part of the last '90s class."

"During the process of coming up with the design, I would often ask myself things such as, 'In the future, will '90s kids be proud to wear the shirt knowing that everytime they wore it, it would take them back to their childhood?'" she said.

Overall, most people agreed: These senior shirts are 🔥.

I don't even go to your school but get me a XL my dude https://t.co/xueDwWWvfS

lol they 💩 on every other senior class in America https://t.co/BEVMlUJa0N

This is so cool yet we got stuck with "too leg17 to qu17" https://t.co/6iL4uNOmjo

And yeah, we're all super freaking old.

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