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Michigan State Grad Decorates Graduation Cap With Parking Tickets

Anyone who's ever brought their car to school knows that it's nearly impossible to get by without getting at least a few parking tickets per semester. At Michigan State, it's no different. One graduating senior came up with a clever use for those annoying pieces of paper on her final day on campus.

According to Mashable, an MSU senior named Kaila Davidson got 10 tickets during her stay at the school, and decided to cut them into a large "Block S" - the school's logo - and put them on her graduation cap. She then trolled the school's police force on Twitter. Check it out:

">@msupolice i'll never forget you. pic.twitter.com/2Y1tPHW7Go

— Kaila Davidson (@KaaKaila)

@msupolice i'll never forget you. pic.twitter.com/2Y1tPHW7Go

— Kaila (@KaaKaila) May 2, 2016

">May 2, 2016

">@KaaKaila Looks like we are going to miss you! Congrats on your graduation!

— MSU Police (@msupolice)

@KaaKaila Looks like we are going to miss you! Congrats on your graduation!

— MSU Police (@msupolice) May 2, 2016

">May 2, 2016

We've heard some horror stories from athletes regarding parking tickets at Michigan State, so this isn't a huge surprise. Props to Davidson for sending a bit of a parting shot.