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Holiday Mad Lib

Lollypop Ornament

Good morning!

I’ve been a little under the weather the past few days, so the blog post I had in mind for this week will have to be postponed. Instead, let’s have a little fun with a Holiday Mad Lib! Everyone knows how to play, right? You fill in the blanks in the story BEFORE you see the story. Then I plug in your random answers, share the results, and hilarity ensues.

Here’s how this is going to work: I’ll provide a numbered list of the types of words I need below. You’ll choose a blank to fill in and post your answer in the comments, along with the number. For instance, if you wanted the adjective in #4 to be “slimy,” then your comment would say, “#4 slimy.” That way I’ll know where the word goes in the story and hopefully nobody will double up.

Oh, and don’t be naughty. Mad Libs have a habit of sounding naughty no matter how tame your answers are, so really there’s no need for any added effort in that area. 🙂

Here goes! I’ll post the finished story when all the blanks have been filled in. Be creative!

#1 – Verb (present tense)
#2 – Adjective (Bonus points if this adjective rhymes with #4!)
#3 – Noun
#4 – Adjective (Bonus points if this adjective rhymes with #2!)
#5 – Verb ending in “ing” (Bonus points if this verb rhymes with #7!)
#6 – Type of food
#7 – Verb ending in “ing” (Bonus points if this verb rhymes with #5!)
#8 – Noun (plural)
#9 – Adverb
#10 – Verb (present tense)
#11 – Noun (Bonus points if this noun rhymes with the adjective in #13!)
#12 – Verb (present tense)
#13 – Adjective (Bonus points if this adjective rhymes with the noun in #11!)
#14 – Adverb
#15 – Verb ending in “ing” (Bonus points if this verb rhymes with #16!)
#16 – Verb ending in “ing” (Bonus points if this verb rhymes with #15!)
#17 – Verb (present tense)

Have fun! And if you need a refresher on the various parts of speech, check out the handy-dandy chart below.

parts_of_speech

Author:

Carie Juettner is a teacher and writer in Austin, Texas. Her poems and short stories have appeared in publications such as Daily Science Fiction, Nature Futures, The Texas Poetry Calendar, and HelloHorror. She is currently working on a novel for the middle grade audience. Well, CURRENTLY she is drinking a cup of coffee and petting a dog, but she promises to get back to the novel in just a few minutes.

10 thoughts on “Holiday Mad Lib

  1. 1. Buying
    2. Voracious
    3. Snowman
    4. Spacious
    5. Crying
    6. Chinese (duh)
    7. Tye-Dying
    8. Snowflakes
    9. Trepidatiously
    10. Scrape
    11. Oil Slick
    12. Drinking
    13. Quick
    14. Squintingly
    15. Straining
    16. Feinting
    17. Wrap

    This took much longer than I expected.

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