S8 – The Mad Side of Carreen

Ok, maybe not…but seriously, we used to play Mad Libs for hours on end.  So I’m going to try something fun with this assignment and just post the list of parts of speech.  You will all fill them in, and then I’ll post the Madness of a story!  I’m not even going to tell you what story the paragraph is from.  Sounds like a blast…only we can’t do it unless you comment.  =)

1.) Name of person in room

2.) Verb ending in “ed”

3.) Verb ending in “ed”

4.) Part of body, plural

5.) Noun, plural

6.) Part of body

7.) Adjective

8.) Name of another person in room

9.) Noun, plural

10.) Adjective

~c. a.

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5 thoughts on “S8 – The Mad Side of Carreen

  1. Name: Daniel
    Verb: jumped
    Verb: snored
    Part of body: ears
    Noun: cows
    Part of body: finger
    Adjective: fluffy
    Name: Megan
    Noun: cookies
    Adjective: ugly

    There you go…only I think it’s mean of you not to post the paragraph =). Looking forward to seeing my results.

  2. The paragraph is from “How the Lion Got His Mane,” my Just So Kipling story.

    Here it is with your words:
    And DANIEL, not being able to talk, just JUMPED his head and SNORED right out of the Jungle, with Little Lion close by his EARS. And when they found their way back to the Lion Family Lair on the Great COWS, Little Lion found that the fur on the back of his FINGER had not stopped prickling. He never could get it to lie down FLUFFY like his lipperdy-leopardy brother’s or his lipperdy-leopardy COOKIE’s. And that is why some lions have prickly manes, and some have no manes at all. And that is all right, UGLIEST Beloved.

    Nice. Especially the last bit.

    Here’s the original:
    And George, not being able to talk, just nodded his head and hopped right out of the Jungle, with Little Lion close by his heels. And when they found their way back to the Lion Family Lair on the Great Plains, Little Lion found that the fur on the back of his neck had not stopped prickling. He never could get it to lie down flat like his lipperdy-leopardy brother’s or his lipperdy-leopardy sister’s. And that is why some lions have prickly manes, and some have no manes at all. And that is all right, Best Beloved.

  3. hehe, this should be interesting…

    person- me
    verb- devoured
    verb- giggled
    body part, plural- toes
    noun, plural- textbooks
    body part- elbow
    adjective- fluffy
    person- nobody
    noun, plural- authors
    adjective- ancient

    • Here’s your version of a paragraph from my “How the Lion Got His Mane” Just So Kipling story:

      And me, not being able to talk, just devoured his head and giggled right out of the Jungle, with Little Lion close by his toes. And when they found their way back to the Lion Family Lair on the Great Textbooks, Little Lion found that the fur on the back of his elbow had not stopped prickling. He never could get it to lie down fluffy like his lipperdy-leopardy brother’s or his lipperdy-leopardy nobody’s. And that is why some lions have prickly authors, and some have no manes at all. And that is all right, Ancientest Beloved. =) You can read the original above, in my reply to Megan. My favorite part was when he “devoured” his own head! MadLibs=good times!

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