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Going ape with YOLO

August 19, 2012

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From left, Trey Overholser and Alex Adams entertained the Bremen community by riding through town with their homemade YOLO signs. YOLO is an acronym many teens and young adults are familiar with which stands for “you only live once,” prompting them to attempt new things they are hesitant to such as skydiving, or something outrageous like eating an entire pizza, staying up all night playing video games, or riding around town in ape suits.
Many Bremen residents enjoyed taking pictures of the local boys as they traveled from one end of Bremen to the other. Overholser, 16, is the son of Tim and Amy Feldman and a sophomore at Bremen High School. Adams, 14, is the son of Brian and Mary Adams and a freshman at BHS. Both teens are cousins and fellow teammates of the high school soccer team.

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