If this isn't already a high school tradition, it really should become one. And if it does, it'll be the coolest one yet.
A number of high school seniors in Texas marked their territory by painting artistic designs on their parking spaces. Some even posted them on Twitter.
The results are truly amazing.
Here's an aerial view of the school's parking lot, with the finished masterpieces.
Each student painted a picture that seemingly fit his or her personality.
One kid, for example, painted a message that Cubs fans have been shouting for the past 100 years:
Another student, whose profile name on Twitter is "Reece", made the genius move of painting the logo of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups on her parking spot.
Senior parking spot pic.twitter.com/ik98cbX7qP — Reece (@_reecewilson17) August 23, 2016
And before you go ahead and start thinking these kids acted against adult authority, take a look at this epic drawing and tribute to "Napoleon Dynamite", which was apparently completed with the help of a parent.
From the looks of things, this high school has a strong art curriculum. It seems like every piece was fire, including this tip of the hat to Drake.
The only thing that's going to motivate me to wake up for school tomorrow is pulling up in my parking spot pic.twitter.com/O88chiYyag — Martha Caldera (@ayeitsmarthaaa) August 21, 2016
so it begins @EliseHutson senior parking spot. Tomorrow I will have a college & high school sr and a high school jr pic.twitter.com/keRex0EsqY — Heather Hutson (@HeatherMHutson) August 21, 2016
Senior parking spot pic.twitter.com/32P7Y5gyPv — Mads (@madibradley4) August 22, 2016
Considering the fact that it's August, it appears the seniors completed the paintings at the start of the school year. This means they'll be able to enjoy their works of art for many months to come.
That's a good thing. These masterpieces deserve to be appreciated for a long time.
Citations: Hello Gigles