Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Things that I learned...

...on Valentine's Day:

People are vulgar that day because they are lonely.

An improv scene is neither created or destroyed. It can only be converted to audience energy and vice versa. Or something like that. I'm not really sure of the details.

FunDip is, by its very nature, fun. You can't deny that. It's like a fundamental law of the universe.

Responsible college students, when they have a packet of FunDip in their hands, undergo age regression and become very messy, giggly and immature.

Roses don't do well when exposed to sub-zero conditions.

It is generally acceptable for a woman to hit on her male friend's female significant others. Hitting on your female friend's better half is not necessarily smiled upon.

It is fun to walk with an entourage of 6 men on Valentine's Day. Notably when they are all singing "Where in the World is Carmen San Diego" in perfect harmony.

You get strange looks when you walk with an entourage of 6 men on Valentine's Day. Notably when they are all singing "Where in the World is Carmen San Diego" in perfect harmony.

If you are going to yell something out of the window of a moving car you should keep the phrase short, concise, and use good pronunciation.

5 comments:

Benji said...

A little late so I am going to have to dock you 1% per day but none the less very informative so plus 280 bonus points.

Additionally, we were, in no way, singing in harmony. We were in 6 different keys and none of them were correct.

Renee L. said...

1) Woo! Bonus points!
2) Benjamin my good fellow, I never said that the 6 of you were.

luckeyfrog said...

"It is generally acceptable for a woman to hit on her male friend's female significant others. Hitting on your female friend's better half is not necessarily smiled upon."

Pshh. Ryan gets hit on at least as much as me with the Fools group, and I don't care. As long as you don't try to steal him away, you may hit on my better half. If you want. :)

Quite an enjoyable entry, though. I liked this one. :)

Steve said...

That was quite insightful, of course, factoring in the "steve factor", (factoring in the factor o_O)these expressions could be quite dangerous in my hands.

Ryan said...

I think some of these should be added to the improv wiki. Perhaps a page of "Improv Axioms, Rules, Laws, and Theories". Just a thought.