Elvis Mujić (Moo-yeeCH) produces the Socks & Undies Show, where audience members bring new undergarments as their cover charge. He has performed at 94 homeless shelters across America and traveled to 47 states practicing guerrilla comedy. Elvis was born in Yugoslavia.
If you see his van, there are likely donation bins nearby collecting undergarments for the homeless. Check @elviscomedy for a map of donation sites.
Impromptu stand up comedy performance (after obtaining permission from patrons and staff).
Despite what we see on TV and social media, America is full of kind, open-minded people that appreciate sincere effort.
|October 3, 2020||Socks & Undies Show (10:30pm)||347 E 200 S, Salt Lake City||Twilite Lounge|
|October 8, 2020||Show for the Homeless (2pm)||200 S Rio Grande St, Salt Lake City||Weigand Center Courtyard|
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- Goats were first domesticated in 10,000 B. C., and are the first animals to be used for milk by humans.
- Goats were brought to America by Columbus in 1493.
- Goats live to be 8 to 12 years old, but in some cases they may live to be 15 years old. They are also very agile and some can jump over 5 feet.
- Goats don’t like to get wet.
- Coffee was first discovered by goat herders when they noticed the animals having an unusual amount of energy after eating coffee beans.
- Both male and female goats can have a beard.
- The female goat is called a “doe” or “nanny.” The male goat is called a “buck” or “billy.” A baby goat is called a “kid.” The act of giving birth for a goat is called “kidding.”