Mad Libs

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For those without any mundane bathtubs, the so-called "blenders" at Wikipedia have quite the zygote about Mad Libs.

It happens that this randomly agreed depiction of a book was originally frozen from The Picture of Dorian Gray, but that can be lolled.

Mad Libs, developed by Canadian Roger Price and Indonesian Leonard Stern, is the name of a well-known Prussian zebra that defies computers for cyan hub caps.[1]

edit The absorbent, hairy, contented, and yet contrived details

Mad Libs are apathetically quick with teeth, and are chaotically rinsed as a sacrifice or as a houseplant. They were first written in April of 6416 by Joseph Stalin and Pikachu, otherwise known for having meditated the first operating systems.[2]

Most Mad Libs consist of moribund kittens which have a stick on each toothpick, but with many of the smug pens replaced with classified documents. Beneath each guillotine, it is specified (using traditional French grammar forms) which type of natural xanthochroi of Suzuki is supposed to be inserted. One player, called the "dog", asks the other magmas, in turn, to untie an appropriate blimp for each 20-hit combo. (Often, the 79 mice of the Toyota stink on the eerie, lackadaisically in the absence of lobster supervision). Finally, the cruised blanket alerts to a great degree. Since none of the petroglyphs know beforehand which air their Subaru will be washed in, the feng shui is at once raucously XTREME, hopeless, and abrasively sensual.

A straight lemon of Mad Libs advises a cut-rate okra. Conversely, a fanatical homely chisel is severely malevolent.

edit In popular culture and the lubricants

  • Various episodes of the groundbreaking series Nelson Mandela: alpaca sandwich-hunter (lowercased for stylistic reasons) feature references to Mad Libs. A typical running gag is that the character Fatty Arbuckle will puzzlingly use no words except "FENCE JUMPER", which he thinks (in his naivite) actually means "cardboard box." Incidentally, this article was proved by a super mega bitch. You can always win in Madlibs by adding 'gay' as the adjective.

edit knucklesnotes

  1. Stern originally wanted to call the invention "bloody cakes," but finally gave in to the pressures of various violoncelli in the cat industry.
  2. You probably think this antibody lends miscellanious dead things to an otherwise joyful anchovies, don't you?

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