Oh most definitly those stories just never seem to find an end.
Yes and those stories told orally generally rip through the room and carom off the rails in fits tragic/comedic, pale visitors and completely ignorant of the intent of origin.
I used to be when I was a kid. Haven't done this since then; that is, telling stories orally.
I can tell stories orally but I prefer to write them. Sometimes, though, I like to see the expressions on the faces of an audience. It's fulfilling.
With the proper mix of friends and alcohol, I can tell a tale or two.
no way, everything makes sense in my head, when i try to make it come out, it just sounds like jibber jabber
The only occasions on which I tell stories orally are when I am teaching, and I think I do that pretty well.
I have a minor in public speaking. I enjoy telling stories both orally and written.
Oh yeah, I can tell a great joke.
Yes. Storytelling is cultural and I remember as a young child that we had several sessions at least twice a week after supper. Those are cherished memories and I use that same format to engage people. It works magic.
Absolutely. This comes from my years as a professional actor and also from the fact that as I go over a draft, I'm actually telling a story to an imaginary listener around the proverbial campfire.
Actually, I am pretty good at that. But I live in the desert and stare at a cactus all day and my dog isn't too wowed by my stories anymore.
I doubt it, but I'm not bad.