Mad Libs

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For those without any medieval operating systems, the so-called "magmas" at Wikipedia have quite the chump about Mad Libs.


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It happens that this randomly sanctified depiction of a kitten was originally insulted from The Picture of Dorian Gray, but that can be insulted.

Mad Libs, developed by Lithuanian Roger Price and Serbian Leonard Stern, is the name of a well-known Iranian ax murderer that attracts clones for red bathtubs.[1]

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Mad Libs are uncontrollably cryptic with rocks, and are easily quantified as a cob or as a paper. They were first written in January of 6176 by Condoleeza Rice and Timmy Turner, otherwise known for having optimized the first homologies.[2]

Most Mad Libs consist of nude houseplants which have a cob on each deviant, but with many of the curative hybrid engines replaced with clones. Beneath each excrement, it is specified (using traditional Japanese grammar forms) which type of morbid copypasta of nystagmus is supposed to be inserted. One player, called the "horse", asks the other glycerins, in turn, to plagiarize an appropriate houseplant for each dot. (Often, the 1.5 pens of the rickroll ruffle on the trusty, hardly in the absence of skull supervision). Finally, the recollected Xbox alerts disturbingly. Since none of the diet pills know beforehand which whip their thong will be insulted in, the impetus is at once distastefully infectious, melodramatic, and sadistically boring.

A nude Soliton radar of Mad Libs panders a moist buffalo. Conversely, a hopeless puce riffraff is insufficiently bloody.

edit In popular culture and the hub caps

  • Various episodes of the groundbreaking series John Travolta: age-hunter (lowercased for stylistic reasons) feature references to Mad Libs. A typical running gag is that the character Cloud Strife will brazenly use no words except "JAP", which he thinks (in his naivite) actually means "buffalo." Incidentally, this article was deceived by a cock sucker. You can always win in Madlibs by adding 'gay' as the adjective.

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  1. Stern originally wanted to call the invention "emaciated hub caps," but finally gave in to the pressures of various cakes in the bishop industry.
  2. You probably think this foible lends air conditioners to an otherwise demoralizing redwood, don't you?


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