You asked for it! Here are Cheater Mad Libs. Now, to do this properly, you have to ask someone who has no clue what is written here for nouns, adverbs, etc. Hey, I’m sure you’re not busy — bother your co-worker in the next cubicle. We play Mad Libs at home and find that “splendid penguin costume” fits most any Mad Lib occasion. Enjoy! Post your results in the comments!
How I Met My True Love Derrick
I met Derrick at [place name]. He was wearing a [adjective] [noun] on his [body part] and I couldn’t help but notice such an [adjective] man.
“Excuse me, do I know you?” I said [adverb] while sidling up to him at the bar. He was with [plural noun] he knew from work.
He smiled a [number] watt smile at me and said, “[Term of endearment], if I don’t know you, I’d sure like to.” Then he winked his [noun] and gestured for me to sit next to his [noun].
“What’s a [adjective] [noun] like you doing in a [noun] like this?”
“Hoping to meet a [adjective] hunk of [noun] like you!” I answered [adverb].
I paid no attention to the [noun] on his ring [body part] — I could tell this was a Love Bigger Than [Noun]. We had that instant connection when our [body parts] met and I just knew he was the [number]th.
“Let’s take this party over to the Hotel [Adjective]!” he suggested.
It’s [number] months later, and Derrick and I are [noun] mates. He promises to leave his [adjective] [adjective] wife just as soon as the Cubs win the World Series. I believe in him! I believe our love is greater than [noun] and deeper than [adjective] [noun].
Oh look! A text!
“Hey, [adjective] [noun]! I miss your [adjective] [body part]!”
Swoon! Am I the luckiest [animal] or what?