miércoles, 24 de octubre de 2012

 HUMOUR:The shared absurdity.

Sometimes very little, insignificant things such as a smile, a hug or a kind word can make us very happy. Positive feelings and laughing are considered the best therapy to be healthy and live long, so...Why don´t we try to improve our lives by sharing good moments and having a good laugh?

This is what Charlie Todd and his group  "Ïmprov Everywhere¨" do. They create hilarious, joyful, absurd scenes in public places. 

Watch the talk and answer  the following questions:

1-What projects does Todd show us?

2-What´s the best in your opinion?

3-Do you know any other groups in Spain or anywhere in the world doing things like this?
   Tell us.

4-Would you like to participate in one of these groups? Why?

3 comentarios:

  1. The flash mob that has impressed me the most is the one of giving five to that guy of the train station. I believe it's a great idea to perk up workers in the morning.

  2. I agree with Yelyzaveta: The best one (although all of them are great) is the one in the train station, in which the guy, Rob, wants to high five. I also think that it is the best way to cheer up the workers in the beginning of the day.

  3. In my opinion the first one, the one of the boys without pants was fun,you glad the day of the people that saw you, they would remember that anecdote until the end of the day,but the last one,the one of Rob,is increible, i think is great, becouse he wants to glad the day of an unknown person and i think is great.