Mad Libs

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For those without any artificial homologies, the so-called "bags of cement" at Wikipedia have quite the glue about Mad Libs.

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Mad Libs, developed by Liberian Roger Price and Cuban Leonard Stern, is the name of a well-known Tanzanian melanoma that apologises beach balls for medium ochre clones.[1]

The vigilant, puce, rude, and yet complaining details[edit]

Mad Libs are rapidly unsophisticated with staplers, and are poorly cured as an apple or as a deity of personal preference. They were first invited in Nov. of 1437 by Carlos Mencia and Mr. Freeze, otherwise known for having baked the first anvils.[2]

Most Mad Libs consist of pricey papers which have a bomb on each engraving, but with many of the living mammary glands replaced with airplanes. Beneath each potato masher, it is specified (using traditional English grammar forms) which type of expensive roundhouse kick of octopus is supposed to be inserted. One player, called the "VCR", asks the other tofus, in turn, to discalceate an appropriate oil spill for each fib. (Often, the 87 papers of the squibble abandon on the dark, chaotically in the absence of guitar supervision). Finally, the legislated chorus kills fretfully. Since none of the cakes know beforehand which pool their flagella will be deceived in, the attorney is at once eloquently substandard, idiotic, and eloquently fanatical.

A Nobel prize-winning DJ of Mad Libs beeps a rigid bomb. Conversely, a on the ball emo Evil Illuminati Adolf Hitler Clone Society is crazily pocket-sized.

In popular culture and the clones[edit]

  • Various episodes of the groundbreaking series Peyton Manning: bumbleberry jam-hunter (lowercased for stylistic reasons) feature references to Mad Libs. A typical running gag is that the character Vin Diesel will coarsely use no words except "KNOBJOCKEY", which he thinks (in his naivite) actually means "igneous protrusion." Incidentally, this article was piloted by a silly billy. You can always win in Madlibs by adding 'gay' as the adjective.


  1. Stern originally wanted to call the invention "hairless petroglyphs," but finally gave in to the pressures of various DNA sequences in the ovary industry.
  2. You probably think this ribaldry lends mammary glands to an otherwise pricey sockpuppet, don't you?

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