Don't let Easter distract you from one of the most important days of the year.
My To-Do List Office: Hide food in a trash can and when someone comes by grab it out and eat it. Bring multiple sets of clothes to work, change every hour, and act like
nothing’s different. Cup water in hand and pretend to sneeze on the back of
someone’s head. Take something from someone’s office and leave them a ransom note. Conference call two people then don’t say anything, just listen. Buy some underwear, write a co-worker’s name in them, and then leave them on
the floor of the office bathroom. Home: Fill someone’s hair-dryer with baby powder. Hide an alarm clock in teen's bedroom and set it for 3:00 a.m. Cover toilet seat with plastic wrap. Take the door knob off bathroom door and put it back on backwards, then lock it
and leave the door open. Hard-boil all the eggs in a carton and place them back in the
refrigerator. Remove the shower head and place a chicken bouillon cube in it, then put
the head back on. I'm not going to lie...some of these I do at least once a month anyway. Keep it funny, peeps.
Some of the most famous scenes in many popular movies were the result of a spontaneous ad-lib.
No one knows where the hell Brando got the cat come from. It was never in the script.
Tommy Lee Jones famous answer to Harrison Ford's plea in the sewers that he didn't kill his wife was simple but perfect, and entirely ad-libbed. "I don't care."
The Dark Knight Rises-2008
The slow clap of a creepy clown was never meant to be but only the dark brilliance of Heath Ledger could make it so.
Snapping closed the lid of the jewelry box was a playful spontaneous move by Richard Gere but Julia Robert's reaction was so perfectly honest, they decided to keep the scene.
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