Today is an extension of yesterday’s post. I’m working on a script for my Polaroids to Envelope trick. I’ve build upon the yesterday’s script and fleshed out the hook a little bit more. Here’s the script as of this morning:
This is some of the most important stuff in the world to my wife and I. These are Polaroids of our pets and our daughter.
We have Talia who is a dog. She’s a Lhasa Apso which is means food vaccum. Talia’s favorite things are belly rubs, long walks and playing call of duty…and we don’t even own an xbox.
Then there’s Taco Tuesday who is a cat. He’s loves cheese, milk and pineapple on pizza. Which is how you know he’s a rescue.
And finally we have loucy who is a rat, she loves bossing around the dog and cat. We’ve got a reverse Tom and Jerry situation.
Here’s a common day at the home, when I’m home…I turn on the vacuum turn on and Talia disappears!
Of course you’ll always find her in Ella’s Room…Her extremely messy room.
Then when the UPS guy knocks on the door, Taco Tuesday will won’t be found.
You’ll find him hours later buried under the blankets on Ella’s bed. A bed that I asked ella to make two years ago.
Later in the day when I go to feed loucy, she’s totally gone!
Of course she hasn’t been there for hours, she’s been hanging out on Ellas desk…distracting her from doing home work. Ella calls it “proRATstinating”
And that’s a normal day at home!
I need to go back and make a lot of the punchlines stronger. I also need to start doing the trick while saying the lines. That will help me rewrite what doesn’t flow naturally from my mouth. Still more work to be done, but the trick is making progress!