Straight Dope MAD LIBS part 2

Okay, let’s see if we can get some better interraction this time around. Here’s how it works. I give you guys and gals a list of words from a picked out Mad Lib. You provide the words. I’m going to go through the list, and pick the first word I need from the first post, and move on from there. For example, say I need a noun, verb, adjective, and noun. Person A provides all of the above, as does person B and person C. I take the noun from A’s list, the verb from B’s list, the adjective from C’s list, and so on and so forth. I’ll give it two days to get all the words needed, then I’ll just head back to the top and start over. Then, I’ll post the end results. The current story is called Nursery Rhymes. Should be fun, here we go.

Adjective
Adverb
Part of the body (plural)
Part of the body (plural)
Adjective
Noun
Verb
Type of Liquid
Noun
Verb ending in “ing”
Noun
Adjective
Adjective
Plural noun
Plural noun
Noun
Verb (past tense)
Part of the body (plural)
Adjective
Verb
Noun
Adjective

OK, here are a few:

Adjective: flaccid
Adverb: loudly
Part of the body(plural): cojones
Part of the body(plural): eyeballs
Adjective: spunky
Noun: olive pit
Verb: tease
Liquid: PineSol

Who’s up next?

RR

I’'ll be next!

Noun: Phlegmball
Verb ending in “ing”: grunting
Noun: Crackwhore
Adjective: jiggly
Adjective: flatulent
Plural noun: flaps

Take it, somebody!

Noun: Acid
Verb (past tense): Ate
Part of the body (plural): ankles
Adjective: gassy
Verb: grab
Noun: shelves
Adjective: hairy

Come on people…all the wacky minds here and only THREE responses? This is FUN!!

Here’s my controbution! Good luck and have fun!

Fuzzy
Mindlessly
Kidneys
Ovaries
Bulbus
Box
Fume
Lysol
Aluminum foil
Clicking
Wood
Outrageous
Over sized
Curbs
Magnets
Knife
Slotted
Insoles
Smart
Sing
Litterbox
Dirty

Adjective ascititious
Adverb betwixt
Part of the body (plural) toes
Part of the body (plural) nostrils
Adjective effused
Noun marasmus
Verb bowdlerize
Type of Liquid blood
Noun dysentery
Verb ending in “ing” bleating
Noun invective
Adjective litigious
Adjective halcyon
Plural noun fish
Plural noun people
Noun demulcent
Verb (past tense) vouchsafed
Part of the body (plural) guts
Adjective timorous
Verb strut
Noun affidavit
Adjective furious

Adjective… Irish
Adverb … hopelessly
Part of the body (plural) …pinkies
Part of the body (plural)…nipples
Adjective …ignorant
Noun …motorcycle
Verb …insult
Type of Liquid …Nestles Quik
Noun …frog
Verb ending in “ing” …hyperventilating
Noun …cigar
Adjective …lazy
Adjective …anti-Semitic
Plural noun …cattle
Plural noun …bazookas
Noun …dictionary
Verb (past tense) …flew
Part of the body (plural)…sinuses
Adjective …enormous
Verb … burn
Noun … donkey
Adjective… malnourished

So, El Elvis… when do we get our nursery rhyme, already???

::impatiently tapping foot::

:wink:

Adjective---------------------ineloquent
Adverb------------------------spasmodically
Part of the body (plural)—cockles of the (his/her…do whatcha want) heart
Part of the body (plural)—toenails
Adjective----------------------profuse
Noun----------------------------idiom
Verb-----------------------------ejaculate
Type of Liquid-------------------motor oil
Noun-----------------------------1989 Pontiac Bonneville
Verb ending in “ing”------------licking
Noun-----------------------------floor tiles in the produce section
Adjective-----------------------bucolic
Adjective---------------------exhaustive
Plural noun--------------------spurs
Plural noun--------------------bung holes
Noun--------------------------baseball bat
Verb (past tense)-------------emancipated
Part of the body (plural)-----scapulas
Adjective----------------------incredulous
Verb------------------------------amplify
Noun---------------------------The Washington Monument
Adjective----------------------

missed one
adjective---------------moist

When some flaccid school students were asked what nursery rhymes popped loudly into their ankles or were on the tip of thier ovaries, these were their effused answers:

  1. Jack and Jill went up the phlegmball to insult a pail of motor oil. Jack fell down and boke his olive pit, and Jill came grunting after.

  2. Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your acid grow? With outrageous bells and halcyon shells and cattle all in a row.

  3. Three blind bung holes, see how they run. They went after the crackwhore’s wife, who teased off their insoles with a gassy knife. Did you ever strut such a donkey in your life, as three moist mice.

That was, uh, weird…

Hey, what happened to the smilies?