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High schooler dresses as Nameless Ghoul for senior yearbook portrait

Posted by on September 1, 2017

High school and college are supposed to be the best years of your life. They’re the final moments before being forced upon adulting, doing tasks such as paying your bills or learning mechanical skills to avoid paying even more bills. With that said, you’re supposed to make the best memories you can along with leaving your mark. Long Beach High School senior Carlo DiMarco, is one of the few who left a lasting impression, at least on his yearbook.

The creative thinker decided to dress up as a Nameless Ghoul for his yearbook photo. This genius out-of-the-box idea is much better than using your favorite song as your senior quote when you can just dress up as your idol.

DiMarco explained his decision to Loudwire:

“I decided to wear the nameless ghoul mask for my picture because I thought it would be awesome given they are one of my favorite bands. I really wanted to see a Nameless Ghoul’s yearbook photo, too, so now I got to see that. Great way to represent Ghost and made for a great photo that would definitely generate some laughs.”

While he has the look, DiMarco is currently searching for bandmates and will do whatever it takes to play music:

“I play guitar and currently am trying to start a band. The way I see it there is no other option for me in life and playing music is what I will do no matter how hard it is and no matter how long it takes.”

 

 

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