Used when friends are discussing a comical situation that might occur and end up launching into a verbal skit about it. Each friend takes on the role of a character and offers up different comments that might be funny in the hypothetical situation, often taking on a different voice. These verbal skits often go on to long and are milked to death. Without breaking out of character, someone involved in the skit can end it by injecting "Is this skit over?"
(pretending to order at a Dairy Queen)
Friend1 "I saw your sign and before ordering I'd like to let you know I'm allergic to peanuts."
Friend2 "Thanks for letting me know. What can I get you?"
Friend1 "I'll have a small cup of peanuts, please."
Friend2 "I'm sorry, I can't serve you that. You just said you're allergic."
Friend1 "Oh, they're not for me. They're for my friend. He's waiting outside."
Friend2 "So why did you tell me you're allergic?"
Friend1 "You're sign told me to."
Friend2 "Why can't your friend come in and order for himself?"
Friend1 "He's mute."
Friend1 "Is this skit over?"
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