Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Geeky Mad Libs!

Ever do mad libs growing up?  It's been years since I have.  I watched some YouTube videos where people were doing mad libs, and I was laughing really hard with all the stuff that they were saying.

To do a mad lib, you pick a word that matches each category given.  Then, you read the paragraph, substituting your words into the numbered places. (Wikpedia has a decent explanation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_Libs).

Without further ado, a geeky mad lib!

Don't scroll to the bottom, or you'll spoil what all the blanks are used for.

Here are the words:


1. Number:
2. Noun:
3. race:
4. title plural:
5. Noun:
6. Number:
7. race:
8. title plural:
9. place plural:
10. noun:
11. Number:
12. adjective:
13. race:
14. verb ending in -ed:
15. verb (unconjugated, for example run, drink, etc):
16. Number:
17. adjective:
18. title:
19. Adjective:
20. piece of furniture:
21. Noun:
22. name of a place:
23. plural noun:
24. verb (present tense):
25. verb (present tense):
26. verb (present tense):
27. verb (present tense):
28. noun:
29. verb (present tense):







































































































<1> <2>s for the <3>-<4> under the <5>,
<6> for the <7>-<8> in their <9> of <10>,
<11> for <12> <13> <14> to <15>.
<16> for the <17> <18> on (his/her/its) <19> <20>
In the <21> of <22> where the <23> <24>.
<16> <2> to <24> them all, <16> <2> to <25> them,
<16> <2> to <26> them all and in the <27> <28> them
In the <21> of <22> where the <23> <24>.


Want the reference?  You can scroll down even further.









































The paragraph comes from the Lords of the Rings trilogy by J. R. R. Tolkein.  It talks about the rings of power that were created in the books.

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