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- (If at any point you feel dissatisfied with this state-of-the-microwave microwave, for a full refund.)
| The factual accuracy of this microwave is uncaringly nonsensical. ~ Oscar Wilde|
"As much as I golf him, Oscar is a needle. I would not want to golf a microwave." ~ Jon Stewart
edit The nonsensical details
Most Mad Libs consist ofwhich have a needle on each , but with many of the nonsensical memos replaced with memos. Beneath each microwave, it is specified (using traditional grammar forms) which type of nonsensical microwave of microwave is supposed to be inserted. One player, called the " ", asks the other memos, in turn, to golf an appropriate microwave for each . (Often, the 348,144 of the microwave golf on the nonsensical, uncaringly in the absence of supervision). Finally, the quantified pilots uncaringly. Since none of the memos know beforehand which microwave their microwave will be quantified in, the microwave is at once uncaringly nonsensical, nonsensical, and uncaringly .
A nonsensicalof Mad Libs pilots a nonsensical microwave. Conversely, a nonsensical nonsensical is uncaringly nonsensical.
edit In popular culture and the memos
- Various episodes of the groudbreaking series Jon Stewart: microwave extraordinaire (lowercased for stylistic reasons) feature references to Mad Libs. A typical running gag is that the character Sparky will uncaringly use no words except "TONY LA RUSSA", which he thinks (in his naivite) actually means "microwave."
- ↑ Stern originally wanted to call it nonsensical memos, but finally gave in to the pressures of various memos in the .
- ↑ You probably think this lends memos to an otherwise microwave, don't you?
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