Each participant told an autobiographical story about an awkward or difficult teenage incident. They wrote their stories on typewriters in second person narrative (“you”). Next they took old trophies and modified them, dedicating the "anti-trophy" to their cringey teenage moment. Objects were wrapped in humble, everyday materials, altering the trophies’ formal lexicon and rendering them as abject mementos. The typewritten stories are taped under the base of the trophy, placed inside the layers of wrapping, or displayed next to the trophy depending on the artist’s wishes.