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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    I don't do it alone but I do create characters for different situations for my kids. In the kitchen I am Madame Maseuseu, a crazy chef from the West Indies who doesn't like children with bad manners. In my car I am either an animated race car driver who makes all her own noises or I pretend i'm the worlds slowest driver who can't park the car. The dog and I have a Laurel and Hardy routine when i'm folding towels and when everybody is cranky I break out my embarrassed mime routine to shift the mood. My kids and 2 of my friends children see this stuff but no one else
    This is excellent!

    I practise conversations in my head but get so into it sometimes that I start mouthing the words and doing all the appropriate facial expressions and gestures. Problem is I also do this in public and have been caught way too many times!

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    I pretend I'm in a musical, complete with dances and singing what I'm doing.

    Occasionally if I'm looking for something and can't find it, I imagine a camera panning in onto the object like it does in those day time soaps, music and all as I'm walking away from it.

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    Ok @BbBbBh I need to know...

    What is an embarrassed mime routine? It sounds hilarious!

    I remembered another seriously morbid one - I sometimes imagine I'm giving a eulogy at someone I know's funeral. It's ridiculous and I always end up crying.


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