It’s been a long time since we’ve posted. We’re really sorry. REALLY sorry. We’ve been busy. With things like work. And real life. And being busy. So Excuuuuuuuuuuse me. Get off our backs. To make it up to you, we’ve created an extra-special, one-of-a-kind, laugh-til-you-pee-yourself (like Steve always does) TQS Mad Lib for your wordplay pleasure. So here’s the deal. This is a two-parter. We’d post the whole thing at once, but we know that TQS fans are a couple of liars, cheaters and sneaks. Yeah, we’re talkin’ to you. The Word List is posted below. If you’re unfamiliar with Mad Libs, get ready for your life to be blown wide open with hilarity. You provide a word of the prompted part of speech. If it says “verb,” you write something like “eat” or “wallow” or “sob uncontrollably.” If it says “noun” you write something like “dinosaur” or “carpet” or “fruitcake.” Get it? Email them to us. This is strictly to keep you honest, because you know you’re liars, cheaters and sneaks. You’re also welcome to send them to us on Facebook or Twitter.
Then hold on to your hats, and your word lists, because in a few days we’re going to post the story. We’ll pick our Top 3 Mad Libs and post ’em on Facebook for the world to see. Then we’ll all laugh and laugh, and eat, and then laugh some more.
We recommend you print the above word list and scan it back to us. In the event that this is not possible, you’re welcome to just send us a numbered list of words. We can fill in the blanks. One of us minored in blank-filling in college, actually.
P.S. “-ing verb” means a verb ending in -ing. Like eating, wallowing, or sobbing uncontrollably. If you don’t know what an epithet is, join the club! Then look it up. Then leave the club.
Sign up for our newsletter...
Give us your email and get our stuff delivered to your inbox. You probably won't regret it.
Thanks for subscribing! You won't be sorry.
Uh oh. Something went wrong.