What I Learned on YOMYOMF This Year is a capsule of the year’s blogs with sarcastic commentary from Yours Truly (that’s me!). If you’ve been busy and missed out on a couple of our daily gems, this is a perfect way to catch up.
This is a special edition because this will be the last What I Learned on YOMYOMF here on, well, YOMYOMF. I’ve had lots of good memories – the handcuffs, the sulfuric acid, the anonymous letters – but now’s not the time to talk about personal matters. In its place, there will be a new column that even I (Jerome) don’t know yet, but I imagine Simon has an inkling.
Enjoy this last year-encompassing recap. And don’t worry: I don’t talk about Inception.
“PACK-OREXIA. A disorder that makes me weigh every single piece of backpacking equipment I own.”
And here I was thinking that regular physical activity keeps the mind healthy – thank goodness for being lazy! I love you, chair and ass indent.
“Before I knew it, I ran towards the fence and started to do what I thought the older kids did to get to the other side. Because it was my first time climbing a fence, the sensation was just plain strange (kinda like putting on a condom for the very first time).”
Isn’t putting on a condom kind of a strange sensation every time? Just me? Alright then.