Mad Libs From Real Life

Donald Trump Mad Libs: “It was reported in the (adjective) New York Times and other places that I want to (verb) on the (noun),” Trump (verb, past tense). “I’m the (noun) of (noun). I understand (noun) probably better than anybody. I know how to (verb) with (noun) very well. I love (noun).”

Newspaper cutback Mad Libs: As we attempt to become even more (adjective) local over the coming (plural noun), we’ll be making a few (plural noun). One of those (plural noun) is to replace (person’s name)‘s (noun) with more local (noun). For now, that’s going to take the shape of a (adjective) feature that will include (plural noun) from (adjective) citizens, interesting (adjective) anecdotes and reader (plural noun).

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About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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2 Responses to Mad Libs From Real Life

  1. Cal says:

    I DON’T REKON THAT HE WAS AN ENGLISH MAJOR AT WHARTON SCHOOL.
    I got an A in College English and where did that take me?

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  2. Gretchen says:

    Oh, so tempting with the Trump mad libs — but I won’t. I know you to be a gentleman who absolutely would not print any of the words which spring so readily to mind.

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