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madlibs, part 2
May 3, 2009, 12:35 am
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This is what boredom can do.

An Odd Animal

The Smellanizer is an animal that has lime green fur with lavender spots on its knees and toenails. Its tail is shaped like a(n) remote which it uses to whistle trees. An adult Smellanizer may weigh more than 123, 213,000 pounds and stand over a bijillion feet high.

The Smellanizer can be found only in South Africa and Lichtenstein. Although its favorite food is pizzas, it also likes to eat glasses. If you ever see a(n) Smellanizer, be sure not to ever sing “”Baby Got Back”.” That song makes it crunchy. Instead, give it a few pizzas and be on your way.

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madlibs, hellz yeah
February 25, 2009, 4:00 am
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Dear Kelly-Ann,
I don’t really know how to tell you this, but our romance is over. I think that night you picked your nose in your car, and I saw you ignore my father. I’m sure you’re open enough to understand that Santa doesn’t exist. I’m returning you toe ring to you, but I’ll keep your glass eye as a memory. You should also know that I never will forget that night and I’m scratching my butt as you read this.
Best of luck on the sex change,
Melanie

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best madlib ever!
January 16, 2009, 8:41 pm
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Barack Obama’s Inauguration Speech

My fellow Americans, today is a organic day. You have shown the world that “hope” is not just another word for “door”, and that “change” is not only something we can believe in again, but something we can actually melt.

Today we celebrate, but let there be no mistake – America faces loving and crunchy challenges like never before. Our economy is professional. Americans can barely afford their mortgages, let alone have enough money left over for couches. Our healthcare system is absent. If your ear is sick and you don’t have insurance, you might as well call a flight attendant. And America’s image overseas is tarnished like a birthday flaw. But flying together we can right this ship, and set a course for apartment.

Finally, I must thank my impossible family, my dangerous campaign volunteers, but most of all, I want to thank Screen Actor’s Guild for making this historic occasion possible. Of course, I must also thank you, President Bush, for years of hugging the American people. Without your fussy efforts, none of this would have been possible.