This Post is a Day Late…Sorry.

Today is the 50th Anniversary of the MadLib!!!

In honor of that please choose the following and then keep reading to put them in a special madlib. I am not an actual MadLib writer so this may be breaking lots of MadLaws.

1. Adjective
2. Body Part
3. Restaurant
4. Fun Place
5. Adjective
6. Action
7. Feeling
8. Length of time
9. Feeling

There once was a _____1______ girl named Andrea. She went up to Dallas to go on a blind date with a total stranger named Mike. Mike walked in the room and Andrea thought he had beautiful_____2______. They went on their first date to have dinner at ________3_________ and then they went to  ________4________. It was the _______5_______ date ever. They ______6______ the whole time and were both totally _____7________ by the end of the night. This was exactly ______8______ ago today and they are still as ______9_________ as ever.

The right answers: (Ok usually there are no right answers in MadLibs but this one is special).

1. nervous
2. eyes
3. Perry’s
4. The Improv
5. best
6. laughed
7. smitten
8. 4 years
9. smitten

Today is the fourth anniversary of our first date/day we met. In celebration of four wonderful years, we are doing really romantic things like putting all our DVDs in travel cases.


About fishandchipsandsalsa

This is the story of a newlywed-ish couple in Dallas about to pack up their lives and pups to move to jolly ol' England. They will miss good family, good friends and good fajitas.
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2 Responses to This Post is a Day Late…Sorry.

  1. Nana says:

    I have never heard of Madlib, but that is so sweet. I am so glad that you two found each other. We really enjoyed having you this weekend.
    Love you both, Nana

  2. JiJi says:

    I thought you might enjoy this sonnet. Yes I know it was spring when you met. JiJi
    There are more at: A Praire Home Companion
    Bed of Roses Love Sonnet Contest

    We met; it was an autumn day”
    by Janet Bradley

    We met; it was an autumn day
    the leaves were golden like they knew
    that somehow love had found its way
    to give to me this gift of you.

    I ran my best, it was a race.
    There was no thought of who I’d meet;
    and when you introduced yourself
    my only thought was what to eat.

    But then you called me for a date!
    Thank God I had the sense to go.
    For that small choice did seal our fate,
    and from that point our love could grow.

    The scary thing about one’s life is that so much comes down to chance…
    Don’t hesitate, Don’t try to plan, with eyes wide open seize romance!

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