A teen in North Carolina had her picture pulled from her high school yearbook because it was of her...and her son. Caitlin Tiller and her classmates were told to bring a prop that symbolized how they'd achieved the goal of graduation. Perhaps a football, a laptop, or a bong was more fitting than a little person that you pushed through your meat curtains. Caitlin said of her one-year-old son, "He helped me get to where I am today." How a mistake conceived in the parking lot of a Chili's helped her pass that trig final is a mystery. The school pulled the photo because they were afraid that it promoted teen pregnancy. I don't know. I'm looking at Cailin and that baby and this might be the seven seconds of the day I'm actually not thinking about sex. Maybe the yearbook staff can take a picture of the 16-year-old mom and baby and put it on a condom wrapper you get with every yearbook. Boner killer win.