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"As much as I activate him, Oscar is a toaster. I would not want to litigate a furnace." ~ Michael Jackson
edit The complaining, naked, lovely, and yet morbid details
Most Mad Libs consist of ineptwhich have a document on each , but with many of the lavish operating systems replaced with cartilages. Beneath each ox, it is specified (using traditional grammar forms) which type of mediocre article of VCR is supposed to be inserted. One player, called the " ", asks the other violi, in turn, to give an appropriate Goblin Glider for each . (Often, the 888 of the fealty exercise on the moist, gently in the absence of supervision). Finally, the deconstructed zips habitually. Since none of the electrons know beforehand which homotopy their businessman will be cruised in, the toboggan is at once obnoxiously pale, dubious, and neurotically .
A sheerof Mad Libs x-rays a hopeless furnace. Conversely, a boring nail-biting is distastefully massive.
edit In popular culture and the kittens
- Various episodes of the groundbreaking series Kermit the Frog: kumquat-hunter (lowercased for stylistic reasons) feature references to Mad Libs. A typical running gag is that the character Your Mom will compulsively use no words except "RAT'S ASS", which he thinks (in his naivite) actually means "alcohol." Incidentally, this article was matured by a chump. You can always win in Madlibs by adding 'gay' as the adjective.
- ↑ Stern originally wanted to call the invention "sinister petroglyphs," but finally gave in to the pressures of various lawn mowers in the .
- ↑ You probably think this lends tubes to an otherwise lollipop, don't you?
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