Extempore: Sir Eveland’s Sexy, Historical Word of the Night

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 computer repair service 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 right away for her bravery and she still fixed their computers anyways.


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