.:The Sweet Taste Of (Third Place) Victory!:.

Third place! Third place!

Yup. For the second anniversary of Geekfight, we managed to come up with a third place showing, and actually won prizes for it! 

Not complaining at all, and the fact that I managed to get Xeres into it at the same time is pretty cool, to say the least. Watching Magic Mike the following night was just icing on the cake, although for some strange reason, I can’t muster up the energy to write a review.

I did like the film, though.

.:SPIT This Thursday: It’s Showtime!:.

Talk about a dream come true.

Last Tuesday night, I took part in a crash course with the members of Silly People’s Improv Theatre, in preparation for Thursday’s show. In a new initiative, SPIT has decided to have Rookie Nights once a month, where up to three non-SPIT members will join SPIT onstage to be a part of the show and to play improv games with them.

I remember how it was three years ago when I sat in Mag:Net Bonifacio High Street, watching these people perform improv and just elicit laughs off the top of their heads. I remember playing improv games with my officemates, and being awful at “What Are You Doing” and struggling for words during the Reggae song.

And yet, when I went through the crash course and saw that indeed, I was really awful at “What Are You Doing,” but I am surprisingly competent at the Reggae song, I realized how true it was that you really never know some things until you make a legitimate effort at them.

So after conquering my fears of improv and talking about losing hope during Reggae, some topic I can’t quite remember during Old School, and CEO’s during Neighborhood, as well as some weird LCD stuff involving Pilita Corales, Space Shuttle, and Harry Potter, not to mention a foray into being born from monkeys and walking around naked in the master’s bedroom, I felt like my head was going to explode from the information overload. 

But there’s still so much more to learn.

And I’m willing to keep at it, because you know what? Whenever I managed to entertain people, whether while doing magic, mentalism, standup, or improv, I can’t help but feel that I’m being an agent of positivity. And that can’t be a bad thing.

That being said, I hope you guys can drop by Quantum Cafe in Bagtikan Street tomorrow night, around 9PM. Catch me as I make a fool of myself for your entertainment as one of the featured rookies this Thursday’s SPIT Rookie Night! I promise I will do my best! 😀