Salon of Shame

Lovely Ariel of Electrolicious and the fine folks at A Guide To Visitors and putting on an event so excruciating that you won’t be able to look right at it — the only way to avoid being blinded by awkwardness will be to to view the spectacle through a tiny hole poked in a piece of paper.

Yes, inspired by the lovely Sarah Brown (it’s “Lovely Monday,” here at the yeti), they will be transplanting New York’s Cringe to the left-coast and stymying Sarah. B’s legion of trademark lawyer’s by rechristening it “The Salon of Shame.” This Wednesday, November 9th at 7 o’clock, watch in horror as folks take the stage to recite the most unbearably embarrassing poems, prose, and diary entries ever put on paper — abominations of literatures that the readers themselves penned in their carefree days of youth and dumbness.

Read more about it at shame.electrolicious.com. Hope to see you there!

P.s. I neglected to mention that the folks at A Guide To Visitors are also lovely. I apologize for the oversight.

10 thoughts on “Salon of Shame

  1. saw it in NYC and it is pain and joy in the same fail swoop. like being kicked in the testicles by a supermodel. actually, better than that.

  2. hmm… i’ll just have to post my most cringe-inducing poem ever here, as i’ll be far from the event:

    STAR WARS by Chris Young, 5th grade, 1979

    Luke training to be a Jedi,
    many remember
    he destroyed the Death Star.
    Not knowing if Darth Vader is dead,
    thinking of the Princess,
    a hero;
    like a panther …
    waiting for adventure.

    (man – i just got a wicked shiver of discomfort as i reread that…)

  3. I love you for extending the deadline two days!!!! That rocks. Why can’t everything be like this?

    P.S. Can you extend it two months?

    Make that two years!

  4. I just want you to know that I actually attempted the illusion, above. That was really incredible…(how you got me to do something that dumb…)

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