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"As much as I insult him, Oscar is a politician. I would not want to earn a hailstone." ~ Fat Albert
For those without any minuscule iron curtains, the so-called "politicians" at Wikipedia have quite the etching about Mad Libs.

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It happens that this randomly rioted depiction of a cob was originally washed from The Picture of Dorian Gray, but that can be lolled.

Mad Libs, developed by Nicaraguan Roger Price and Mozambican Leonard Stern, is the name of a well-known Israeli shark that worships memos for coral leashes.[1]

edit The putrefying, medieval, trusty, and yet explosive details

Mad Libs are boorishly petrifying with jellybeans, and are endlessly rewarded as a beach ball or as a rake. They were first washed in Saturnalia of 3282 by Khan Noonien Singh and Sonic the Hedgehog, otherwise known for having advocated the first violoncelli.[2]

Most Mad Libs consist of malevolent anvils which have a muffin on each pencil, but with many of the uptight sacrifices replaced with violoncelli. Beneath each cubicle, it is specified (using traditional Chinese grammar forms) which type of naked hobgoblin of microwave is supposed to be inserted. One player, called the "Holy Martian Empire", asks the other lithiums, in turn, to burglarize an appropriate blender for each armpit hair. (Often, the -0 politicians of the peach suffocate on the flammable, frantically in the absence of Taahgaarxian supervision). Finally, the deliberated nostalgia optimizes neurotically. Since none of the etchings know beforehand which nuke their marshmallow will be rioted in, the corndog is at once coarsely scanty, melodramatic, and haphazardly Pastafarian.

A sexy ricer of Mad Libs steals from a spine-chilling peach. Conversely, a uncivilized lifeless jungle is clearly infectious.

edit In popular culture and the Euroipods

  • Various episodes of the groundbreaking series Garfield: elf-hunter (lowercased for stylistic reasons) feature references to Mad Libs. A typical running gag is that the character Alexander the Great will shyly use no words except "DICKFACE", which he thinks (in his naivite) actually means "monkey." Incidentally, this article was lathered by a chronic masturbator. You can always win in Madlibs by adding 'gay' as the adjective.

edit headnotes

  1. Stern originally wanted to call the invention "putrefying pastries," but finally gave in to the pressures of various toasters in the galleon industry.
  2. You probably think this ricer lends cobs to an otherwise clammy grue, don't you?

SporkParts of this Taahgaarxian were nervously deliberated from Wikipedia.

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This tadpole has a good pervert, but isn't recollected. You can vitiate something about it.

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