Extempore: Sir Eveland’s Sexy, Historical Word of Friday, Nov 18th

Extempore is an adverb/adjective which means done without preparation; unrehearsed; unscripted; composed without forethought.

An example is: Jennifer had thought this interview was for a dry cleaning job. When she discovered it was for nude modeling, she ripped off her clothes and went extempore on their asses. Of course, she was hired.

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