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The Webified version of the old "Mad Libs" party game!

To play, click on the MadLib of your choice. Then simply fill in the form with whatever words you like. When you're done, hit the button, and your words will be inserted into a randomly chosen story. What your story says may be fantastic, screamingly funny, shocking, silly, crazy or just plain dumb. It all depends upon the words you choose and how they "fit" into the story!

In case you've forgotten what the various parts of speech are, here's a quick review of the basics:

  • A noun is the name of a person, place or thing. Examples include umbrella, sidewalk, telephone and policeman.

  • An adjective describes someone or something. Examples include creative, red, ugly and short.

  • A verb is an action word. Examples include run, jump, swim and fly.

  • An adverb tells how something is done. It modifies a verb, and usually ends in "ly." Examples include greedily, rapidly, modestly and carefully.

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