It is an immense help in any little temporary impersonation
The incessant strain involved in even the most deliberate impersonation
is the most wearing thing I know; then how much more so when the impersonation
One of them chanced to be thrown open at the moment, and a roguish face met his; a face lighted up by the loveliest pair of sparkling eyes that ever locksmith looked upon; the face of a pretty, laughing, girl; dimpled and fresh, and healthful--the very impersonation
of good-humour and blooming beauty.
Even when, slightly thawing under the influence of sparkling champagne, she related to her son-in-law some passages of domestic interest concerning her papa, she infused into the narrative such Arctic suggestions of her having been an unappreciated blessing to mankind, since her papa's days, and also of that gentleman's having been a frosty impersonation
of a frosty race, as struck cold to the very soles of the feet of the hearers.
au , Lauren O'Brien revealed that she started to do impersonations
when she was a little kid.
You see, he's managed to combine his two passions in life in the one programme - impersonations
and acting - it's not quite the usual nine-to-five toil.
have also been reported to the police.
Washington, June 19 ( ANI ): The brain regions and interactions involved in impersonations
and accents have been identified.
But none of that will put off the Britannia faithful, who took to the internet to sell 'Do the Wenger' T-shirts and organise a new round of impersonations
Summary: Jon Culshaw has had to learn a whole new range of impersonations
for his new sketch show.
The show features a kaleidoscope of original characters and impersonations
in a wide collection of irreverent and hilarious skits that range from sardonic parody and social satire to Bollywood musicals.
Last but least, BBC1 had the World's Greatest Elvis: some men who look like EastEnder Barry doing shonky impersonations
of the King, hosted by Vernon Kay's Catalogue, doing a shonky impersonation
of a TV presenter.