December 10th, 2013 | 58 Entries

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58 Entries for “improv”

  1. I don’t really like this word! Mainly because I like the English word as it was meant to be and not just a shortening of improvisation.

    By Alexandra on 12.11.2013

  2. make it up always agree saying no just stops it. approach life like that! agreed and love face like that! agreed and like that face agreed and face that like. agreed! and that like love like face! agreed!

    By Lee on 12.11.2013

  3. I don’t improv very well. Not on my own, anyway. On my own my humor is shallow and small. It’s all ‘haha, so this one time-‘ that I think is very funny but somewhere between my mouth and your ears it gets jumbled and you look at me like I’m a nutter. No, my improv comes from you. When I can play off you and your words and make you laugh because you are funny. That is why everyone thinks I’m good at improv.

    By Evie on 12.11.2013

  4. That’s what this is, isn’t it? Improv. Hell, everything is improv. All of life. Day to day. Everything we do. Everyone, everything even, going along, imporvising a way to survive. Nobody knows what’ll work, they just do things. That’s what I do, I’m no different. Except I’m not as good at it.

    By Michael on 12.11.2013

  5. your neck in my teeth and we had to fool them
    two beasts are not supposed to fall in love

    (that would make it seem like it /okay/
    that humanity isnt our default state after all)

    By h. b. on 12.11.2013

  6. The crowd was ready for the improv troupe … ready to laugh, ready to judge, ready to heckle. Jim wasn’t sure he was as ready as the people he saw in the audience as he stood on the stage, and he felt a drop of sweat trickle down the back of his neck.

    By Mexichick on 12.11.2013

  7. what do you call a man who encourages his wife to be a prostitute and puts his children out on the street to beg and steal?

    By drew URL on 12.11.2013

  8. I hear that
    ‘Failing to plan
    is planning to fail’.
    But I did not plan to
    or bond with my boss
    love my roommate
    or my ex fiance.
    Nor did any forethought
    occur before exploring
    the soup kitchen and casino
    the hospital and the ghetto
    or the skatepark and the church.
    What is planning worth?

    By Crave A. Cadence on 12.11.2013

  9. she stood naked in the rain. her legs moved by their own will. she was not there. the skies filled her mind and she danced the dance of stars. unwilling. unthinking. she was herself.

    By Desmond Blaine on 12.11.2013

  10. Improve is a word that is used a lot. It is sometimes used to make

    By marcus on 12.11.2013

  11. this is life, an improv the feeling of actually feeling its unexpected and its never rehearsed.
    the show will always go on they said but the show will but its not about the show its about getting an audience.

    By Onlymy2cents on 12.11.2013

  12. He swayed across the room, could be possibly improv? How to act out the greatest moment of his life? The scene is set; enter angry wife and drunk husband. Only the secret stands between them.

    By JoJo on 12.11.2013

  13. Don’t think just write…and now you’re giving me the word improve? I am not a freestyler i guess. That is absolutely a thing to improve. Oh, and with new year’s coming so soon we will all have our resolutions and well, aren’t they improvements of ourselves?

    By Fredda URL on 12.11.2013

  14. I’m in front of all these people, the lights blinding my eyes. Sweat stinging them. What do I say, or do. God, I hate improv.

    By martin b on 12.11.2013

  15. Miley froze. Her heart pounded out a drumbeat in her ears. she could see the disappointed eyes around her as she struggled for the words. They just wouldn’t swim through the butterflys in her stomach and spring fully formed from her mouth.

    By Mary on 12.11.2013

  16. Improv. A class at the theater when I was seven. ImprovEverywhere YouTube videos. Games at summer camp. Everyone loves improv!

    By Ada on 12.11.2013

  17. “Listen, you’re a very, very funny. And the energy you bring is, well, really-WOW. You’re just bouncing off the walls! And that’s great–really, we love to see people in here having fun, enjoying themselves, getting lost in the scenes… but sweetie, improv doesn’t have to involve cursing.”

    By asavas on 12.11.2013

  18. Ha. The perfect word to describe this new venture in my life. A new life. Am I prepared? Do I know every line in which to speak? Am I ready for the unknown. Not sure how to prepare. Not sure if I can even be fully prepare. Improv. Go with it. Follow my lead. Just hear me out. That time is here. Lucky me huh?

    By Trisia Lashon on 12.11.2013