so I memorized the Gettysburg address over like, three nights, and the 'Yet Here, Laertes!' monologue from Hamlet in about an hour. For some reason, I want to memorize Hamlet's fourth soliloquy for fun. am I the only one?
I memorized my role for Henry V in about two weeks so no.
I somehow memorized three scenes of 'a midsummer night's dream' in accident, just bc I was in rehearsal as a background character for them
I was a major character in Midsummer so I had a good deal memorized by listening in.
I was messing around with my friends and realized that I'd memorized an entire monologue from the Looking-Glass Land play via osmosis.
Yeah it's funny but I memorize things so fast and then immediately forget them after I don't need them memorized anymore
I memorized the entire first Frozen movie against my will but I dunno if that counts
I think that unintentionally memorizing a feature length movie would probably be a level above anyone else on this chat
I can memorize things… but I can't remember things…
Like I can remember everything the teachers taught us in school… but I can't remember if we had homework or not…
Story of my life
I memorized uptown funk after the second time in my life hearing it
I have the entire scene of the Gaston song memorised (from the 1991 Beauty and the Beast movie)………but only with the rhymes switched, and only after hearing it like five times.
Besides that, yeah, I typically memorise my lines for plays pretty quickly.