Send your list submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concluding Sentences from YM Magazine’s “Say Anything” Column, a Collection of Embarrassing Experiences Submitted by YM Readers
BY DAVID ROTH
“The rest of the night I was called the ‘frantic farter.’”
“Sure, he was worried that I was hurt, but he and my dad couldn’t stop cracking up.”
“Now I’m known as the chestfully clean girl.”
“To top it all off, the fart stained my white shorts and everybody called me Little Miss Doodie.”
“Scott looked down and realized I had left a huge drool spot on his tux.”
“Now my new nickname is Limo Lips.”
“None of my friends talked to me for the rest of the night.”
“My classmates’ nickname for me has been Snaggle Tooth Sneezer ever since.”
“And I had gotten my period unexpectedly, so everyone could see my bloody underwear!”
SUGGESTED READSIn Other Magazines
by Amie Barrodale (6/30/2000)
John’s Brill’s Content: The Independent Voice of the Independent Voice of the Information Age.
by John Tynes (3/29/1999)
I Am Concerned About The New York Times Magazine
by Tim Carvell (2/6/2001)
RECENTLYLet’s Save Sitting!
by Liza Behles (5/22/2015)
How to Find Love: Lessons from an Old Maid: Halfway Point
by Connie Sun (5/22/2015)
List: Batting Heckles Uttered by the Dad On My Son’s Little League Team Who is a Meteorology Professor and Whose Research Interests Include Cloud-Based Analytics for Spatio-Temporal Data With a Primary Focus On Climate, Hydrological and Ecological Sciences
by Gary M. Almeter (5/22/2015)