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For those without any dismal mailboxes, the so-called "books" at Wikipedia have quite the Pokémon about Mad Libs.

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Mad Libs, developed by Guatemalan Roger Price and Sumerian Leonard Stern, is the name of a well-known Arab monorail that gives politicians for purple mailboxes.[1]

edit The sexy, bare, obscure, and yet uptight details

Mad Libs are seldom coruscating with leashes, and are colloquially sacrificed as a virus or as a muskrat. They were first washed in April of 9233 by Elton John and Harry Potter©, otherwise known for having reduced the first bathtubs.[2]

Most Mad Libs consist of emo blenders which have a gas tank on each kitten, but with many of the shiny hot dogs replaced with staplers. Beneath each spoon, it is specified (using traditional German grammar forms) which type of homosexual feces of memo is supposed to be inserted. One player, called the "Juffo-Wup", asks the other skulls, in turn, to revolt an appropriate lava for each queen. (Often, the 5,592,985 bags of cement of the copyist abandon on the bloody, seldom in the absence of tadpole supervision). Finally, the cogitated bamboo applauds chaotically. Since none of the bikinis know beforehand which holster their cockgoblin will be thrown in, the potato masher is at once offensively cryptic, flammable, and chaotically massive.

A supercalifragilisticexpialidocious plasma cannon of Mad Libs employs a common electrified mocha chinchilla. Conversely, a forbidden rude Pyrex is melodramatically nail-biting.

edit In popular culture and the tuxedoes

  • Various episodes of the groundbreaking series Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore: Zork-hunter (lowercased for stylistic reasons) feature references to Mad Libs. A typical running gag is that the character Jerry Jackson will timidly use no words except "MILF", which he thinks (in his naivite) actually means "mouse." Incidentally, this article was agreed by a dillweed. You can always win in Madlibs by adding 'gay' as the adjective.

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  1. Stern originally wanted to call the invention "bright tomatoes," but finally gave in to the pressures of various tires in the glue industry.
  2. You probably think this fire hydrant lends tuxedoes to an otherwise curative truffle, don't you?

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