S4– Madlib


Sorry I haven’t been on my blog lately.  I have been BUSY.  But here’s a fun madlib to make up for it.  You can find the original story here.  Feel free to post results in the comments.

Male name (preferably someone you know):

Noun (place):

Noun (another place):

Noun (the second place again):

Verb (present tense):

Noun (plural):

Adverb:

Verb (ing ending):

________ [Male name (preferably someone you know)] didn’t know what time it was.  Or what day it was.  What he did know was that he was far away from ________ [noun (place)] —which was where daddy still was—and that he was still far away from _________ [noun (another place)]—which was where they were going.  He decided visiting _________ [noun (the second place again)] couldn’t possibly be worth all this trouble.  From what he remembered, it was all just a bunch of aunties, __________ [noun (plural)], and cousins he didn’t __________ [verb (present tense)], a lot of grown-ups who wanted to tell him how _______ [adverb] he had grown, and __________ [verb (ing ending)] more churches than he could count.

In case if you were wondering what the original was and you’re too lazy to click my link, here it is:

Asher didn’t know what time it was.  Or what day it was.  What he did know was that he was far away from home—which was where daddy still was—and that he was still far away from America—which was where they were going.  He decided visiting America couldn’t possibly be worth all this trouble.  From what he remembered, it was all just a bunch of aunties, uncles, and cousins he didn’t remember, a lot of grown-ups who wanted to tell him how much he had grown, and visiting more churches than he could count.

Though really, you should go back and read the whole thing….

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7 thoughts on “S4– Madlib

  1. “Stephen didn’t know what time it was. Or what day it was. What he did know was that he was far away from Los Angeles —which was where daddy still was—and that he was still far away from Disney World—which was where they were going. He decided visiting Disney World couldn’t possibly be worth all this trouble. From what he remembered, it was all just a bunch of aunties, papayas, and cousins he didn’t dance, a lot of grown-ups who wanted to tell him how swiftly he had grown, and wheedling more churches than he could count.”

    *cough* The last verb was very badly chosen. xD

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  2. Matthew didn’t know what time it was. Or what day it was. What he did know was that he was far away from Hogwarts–which was where daddy still was–and that he was still far away from the Tree of Ga’Hoole–which was where they were going. He decided visiting the Tree of Ga’Hoole couldn’t possibly be worth all this trouble. From what he remembered, it was all just a bunch of aunties, minions, and cousins he didn’t spontaneously combust, a lot of grown-ups who wanted to tell him how savagely he had grown, and bushwhacking more churches than he could count.

    What in the…lol XD

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  3. Jonathan didn’t know what time it was. Or what day it was. What he did know was that he was far away from the Death Star—which was where daddy still was—and that he was still far away from McDonalds—which was where they were going. He decided visiting McDonalds couldn’t possibly be worth all this trouble. From what he remembered, it was all just a bunch of aunties, pants, and cousins he didn’t hit, a lot of grown-ups who wanted to tell him how frighteningly he had grown, and squashing more churches than he could count.

    Wow. That– is beautiful right there. XD (Not really =P)

    ~Michael Hollingworth
    Disce Ferenda Pati – Learn to endure what must be borne

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