Thursday, June 26, 2008

Relationship Mad Lib

Are you tired of playing soduku or Pogo's 'poppit' online? Here’s an entertaining outlet that not only could be rather humorous, but it might also enlighten your partner -- Relationship Mad Lib! As a kid, I loved filling out creative mad libs, (a word game that prompts one to list words for blanks in a story) and who says we can’t still “play” them as adults?

Here’s a mad lib – applicable to either married folks or singles. I’ll paste mine below, and I hope some of you will copy and paste your answers in the comments section. (And, yes, I came up with this on my own!)

Here goes, and oh, have some fun!

Dreaming Up The Perfect Date


If I were to go on a perfect date, I’d love to take ______ (date’s name) to ______ (city name). We would begin our evening by going to a _______ (adjective) restaurant, where we’d eat lots of ______ (food) and ______ (food). Spending the evening ______ (“ing” verb) at ______'s (date's name) ______ (body part, something similar) would definitely top off the best time together. For dessert, I want to take ______ (date’s name) to the fun ______ (place). There, we’ll jump on the large red _______ (noun) and I’ll buy him/her the ______ (adjective) present, such as a ______ (adjective) ______ (noun).
You know, it’s amazing how dating someone so ________ (adjective) and ______ (adjective) can complete me. I’ve always wanted a man/woman who had a large ______ (noun) and who wants to ______ (verb) with me. Our night would end ______ (adverb) with his/her ______ (body part) on my ______ (noun).

------

Alisha's version:

If I were to go on a perfect date, I’d love to take Richard to Miami. We would begin our evening by going to a semi-fancy restaurant, where we’d eat lots of steak and cheesecake. Spending the evening staring at Richard's smile would definitely top off the best time together. For dessert, I want to take Richard to the fun amusement park. There, we’ll jump on the large red ferris wheel and I’ll buy him/her the biggest present, such as a black gorilla.
You know, it’s amazing how dating someone so compassionate and honest can complete me. I’ve always wanted a man/woman who had a large sense of humor and who wants to laugh with me. Our night would end sweetly with his/her hands on my face.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dreaming Up The Perfect Date

If I were to go on a perfect date, I’d love to take Dan to Savannah, GA . We would begin our evening by going to the Paula Dean famous restaurant, where we’d eat lots of good ol’ southern cooked food. Spending the evening walking, talking and holding hands with Dan would definitely top off the best time together. For dessert, I want to take Dan to the fun River Walk There, we’ll jump on the large red carousel and I’ll buy him the most delicious present, such as a double scoop Caramel Crunch ice cream cone.
You know, it’s amazing how dating someone so fun and attentive can complete me. I’ve always wanted a man who had a large heart and who wants to share that with me. Our night would end perfectly with his arms around me.

Anonymous said...

There is no way you came up with something so clean and innocent on the first try or without help. lol

Marie said...

If I were to go on a perfect date, I’d love to take Joey to Rome. We would begin our evening by going to a small cafe, where we’d eat lots of scones and drink plenty of wine. Spending the evening looking into Joey's eyes would definitely top off the best time together. For dessert, I want to take Joey to the fun fountain. There, we’ll jump on the large red horse and I’ll buy him the expensive present, such as a very big statue.
You know, it’s amazing how dating someone so dedicated and accomplished can complete me. I’ve always wanted a man who had a large comedic arsenal and who wants to laugh with me. Our night would end slowly with his lips on my lips.

Louise said...

We would take a walk, talk & laught. Split a banana split & enjoy each other company.

Anonymous said...

If i can remember mad libs correctly you are to list the things in order (such as adjective, noun, verb) before placing them in the story so that you can't see what the story is about before you do it. Then you take that list and just add the words you wrote to get a MAD LIB.....most times it never makes sense, and that's how it becomes funny....doing it this way is really writting your own story.