Friday, April 11, 2008

sarcastic group members ok


James saw this outside a college drama classroom. Evidently, "serious fun" is their catch phrase.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

No,no ... thats ok ... it's just saying you should be "like, fun! Seriously!"

What do you call an actor without dialog?? A TREE!!!

And what do you call one with dialog???

TheJay said...

"Serious fun" is the new "wicked good," I think.

Anonymous said...

"Serious fun" is an interesting motivation. Let's get into character and improvise...

Jeff said...

Get it? Because it's serious, like you're seriously learning, but it's also fun. Or you can use serious as a trendy modifier, like it's "serious (very good) fun". Hysterical.

thejay: don't mess with "wicked good".

l'hypocondriaque said...

Drama really is "serious fun."

Karen said...

And the space between the #10 and the first word is..?

Maybe for dramatic effect (wink)

Jeff said...

Gotta leave room for the drumroll before the big reveal!