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Topics include dating, friendship, style, accidents, pranks and more.
15 Powerful Female Comedic Monologues
NEXT IN LINE – if company policy was to be rude to all customers, Lucille would receive employee of the month…every month.
WING GIRL – Janice is lonely and eager to find a man, any man ‘almost’ to have a good time.
JUST FOR LAUGHS – a mother plays a cruel joke on her son simply because she can.
PHONE CALLS – Meagan wishes guys would stop being s foolish by playing the phone game, rather than just making the phone call.
UNDERWHELM – Wilma needs a miracle to happen to wake her up from the dreadful life she lives and maybe, just maybe her co-worker knows just the place.
JUST ONE THING – Jackie loves her man, she just wishes he would stop passing gas so often…really, man.
FUNGUS AMONG US – Alexa isn’t happy with the way in which her roommate keeps things in their apartment. After she explains her feelings to her, it only gets worse.
GANGSTER GRANDMA – this bad ass Grandma takes no prisoners and can drink anybody under the table.
THE GIRLS – don’t you just love when your friend is so happy and so in love and you are alone and miserable?
A SMILE PER DAY KEEPS A WRINKLE AWAY – Cleopatra is the master of all things poolside discussion.
DOG ANXIETY – Zara does a favor for a friend by watching her dog, only to get tortured throughout the night and some.
STRETCH – a yoga instructor accidentally takes things too far during a HOT yoga session…damn.
LITTLE CRITTERS – X marks the spot and Sarah has to fish out a bug caught in her eye.
COLOR & STYLE – knowing the hairstyle you want and then getting the hairstyle you don’t want can really mess up your day.
CRAPPY PANTS – Elise makes a little oopsy on her date with a hot guy and does what any rational woman would do…blame it on a fear of squirrels.
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