Monday, May 16, 2011

MAD LIBS WITH THE GRAMMARPHILE, 5/16/11


A while back, I ran this "Mad Libs with The Grammarphile" feature, and you guys came up with some really funny stuff.  The problem was, I wasn't finding too many errors that would work for a Mad Libs post...until now.

In case it's too small for you to read, the Mad Libs-worthy sentence is as follows: "Authorities received two 911 calls about the abduction, one from Clint, 25, and the other from Bobo's mother, who wasn't."  Which raises the question "Wasn't what?"

So here's your Mad Libs challenge for today.  Tell me what exactly Bobo's mother wasn't.  (This is a good one, folks--a verb could fit nicely in that blank, and so could an adjective...) Think of the funniest word that you could use to fill in that blank...leave your responses in the comments section below!

Authorities received two 911 calls about the abduction, one from Clint, 25, and the other from Bobo's mother, who wasn't ___________.

3 comments:

Jiu Jitsu Los Angeles said...

Who wasn't fustigating.

It just sounds funny.

Ava

LadyStyx said...

*chuckles* You KNOW I gotta, considering the email I just sent along.

Word: flatulating

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Ha! LadyStyx, look for that flatulence-related post on Thursday... ;)