Today . . . for the first time ever . . . I am making my erstwhile, infamous yearbook list public and available for popular consumption.
You are free to steal it. I only ask that if you use it, you put a link to this blog url at the end of the stolen property.
One short anecdote. When some of my students finished reading the list, they’d softly say (with head pointed down) . . . “now what am I going to write in my friends’ yearbooks?”
So all of you teenagers, 20-somethings, 30-somethings, parents who have high school kids, and school teachers out there, here’s the list.
If it gives you a smile, pass on the joy (via the Share buttons or links below). And answer the question at the end.
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