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Strong Bad Libs


Lib One(My Idiot Brother)

My idiot brother (guy's name) is such a (food item)! When I (verb) him, he (verb-ends in s). When he loses a (noun), he (verb-ends in s). And when I call him a (food item), he (verb-ends in s)!! I hate my idiot brother (guy's name).

Lib Two(Some Guy I Laughed At)

The other day I was at (place) eating (plural noun) when out of nowhere came this (adjective) guy. I could tell he had serious (noun) problems from the get-go. His (body part) was all (adjective) and stank like (celebrity). A (noun) was hanging out of his pants. He fell down in a pile of (liquid). I laughed my (body part) off.

Lib Three(You Stink and I Hate You)

HEY YOU!! You smell like (plural noun)! And your (body part) is (adjective). Why don't you go to (place) and quit (verb-ends in ing) up my stuff. You make me want to (verb)! You remind me of a (adjective) (animal). (Exclamation)!!! You're (adjective). Get away from me. Who invited you anyway? Homestar (verb)-er? Well, he (verb-ends in s) too. You guys probably learned to (verb) from the same (occupation). I hope you like (plural noun). Cause you (verb).

Strong Mad Libs


Lib One(WHO I MUST DESTROY)

I MUST DESTROY (CELEBRITY)!

Lib Two(I AM STRONG MAD)

HARD LIKE (NOUN). I (VERB) DOWN ON THE WORLD BELOW. ALL WILL (VERB) AT MY (BODY PART). BEHOLD MY (AJECTIVE) (NOUN). I AM STRONG MAD. I AM (ACTOR).

Lib Three(THE WAR WALRUS)

ALL HAIL (NAME), THE WAR WALRUS. ONCE EVERY (NUMBER) YEARS HE IS FREED FROM HIS PRISON IN THE (NEWSCASTER) ZONE. HE WILL BRING (PLURAL NOUN) AND (PLURAL NOUN) TO THE PEOPLE OF (PLACE). WITH HIS MIGHTY (NOUN) IN HAND HE WILL (VERB) YOU ALL. IN ORDER TO BE SPARED YOU MST LEAVE A (FRUIT) UNDER YOUR (BODY PART) ONLY THEN WILL (NAME) (VERB) YOU.

Strong Sad Libs


Lib One(Dead Flowers)

I (verb) in the dark. Where am I? Where is my (noun)? (Adjective). Phantoms make (plural noun) in the night. I am alone. I float like (comedian).

Lib Two(When I Die)

When I die I hope somebody comes to the funeral. Somebody (adjective). I hope there are big (plural noun) full of (adjective) flowers. And there'll be a (occupation) who will read passages from (magazine) in my honor. And (adjective) girls will cry out my name. And all the people who (verb-past tense) me when I was little will (verb) their eyes out. But nobody would ever come to my funeral so nevermind.

Lib Three(A Boy Named Fat Kid)

Once there was a boy named (boy's name). Nobody at (rock star's name) Elementary School liked him. They hated him and (verb-past tense) on him and called him (noun). Once they even put (adjective) (animal-plural) in his underpants. He told the teachers but they just made fun of his (body part). There was a girl named (another name) that thought he was cute but she (verb-past tense) (plural noun). (Boy's name) was very adjective that day. Then one day he got (adjective) and everbody liked him. But then he found out they were kidding and really making a (noun) out of him. He (verb-past tense) some more. He is still a (noun) today.