Sunday, August 29, 2004

Mad Libs Story: Nursery Rhymes

When some ­­__(adjective)__ school students were asked what nursery rhymes popped __(adverb__ into their __part of body(plural)__ or were on the tip of their __part of body(plural)__, these were their __adjective__ answers:

1. Jack and Jill went up the __noun__ to __verb__ a pail of __liquid__. Jack fell down and broke his __noun__ and Jill came __verb ending in “ing”__ after.

2. Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your __noun__ grow? With __adjective__ bells and __adjective__ shells and __plural noun__ all in a row.

3. Three blind __plural noun__, see how they run. They all went after the __noun__’s wife, who __verb (past tense)__ off their __part of body(plural)__ with a/an __adjective__ knife. Did you ever __verb__ such a __noun__ in your life as three __adjective__ mice?

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