Does anyone remember Mad Libs?
Growing up with four siblings, we always played Mad Libs. Do you remember these and are they still in stores?
I remember them well and they are definitely available everywhere. My daughter loves to play them. It's great family fun and gets her to read more too. We have sorts of versions...Star Wars, Sponge Bob, Classic etc...
HAHA! Coincidence... yeah probably. Just last night, when i got home from work my wife asked me to do Mad Libs with her. It was a tradition with she and her ex during the fall season (I realize it's not fall yet, but it will be soon).
I won't go into detail, but I still love Mad Libs, they can be hilarious with an extensive vocabulary.
Wait, is that where you have the paragraphs with blanks that get filled out with conditionals (nouns, adjectives, etc.)? If so, then I've done some of those before.
Good, good fun.
I used to love those! I played them with family and friends a lot when I was younger. Actually, I still had one of the books recently, and gave it to my mother a few months ago.
Ah! I used to love MadLibs! I would love to try them once again if they are still available.
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