So, we agree it’s not the score that’s important here, right?
I mean, this is all a learning experience. And keeping a running tally of lists returned is simply an easy way to make sure the entry titles are unique, right?
Yes, right. It’s all good, and I got a lovely note from the McSweeney’s editor this time, with helpful advice on the sorts of pieces they’re looking for. He didn’t even use words like ‘asinine’, ‘talentless’, or ‘restraining order’.
(Unlike those humorless schmucks at The Economist.
Dammit, if you don’t accept articles with ‘Assmongering’ in the title, you should say that in the submission requirements! Buncha richer-than-me elitist jerks.)
Dammit, if you don’t accept articles with ‘Assmongering’ in the title, you should say that in the submission requirements!
Anyway, here’s the latest loopy list, for your perusal. Rest assured the next one’s on the road to McSweeney’s soon… so in another couple of weeks, you’ll probably see it here, too. At least I know what the entry title’s going to be already, eh?
Names the NCAA Basketball Tournament Might Be Known By, If It Didn’t Occur in March
The Christmastime Crazies
Summer Solstice Psychosis
Leap Day Lunacy
Harvest Moon Hysteria
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