CONTEST: Aab-Libs “My Saturday”

They’re back!  I haven’t done an “Aab-Lib” in quite some time.  

Okay, so here’s the scoop, you’ll need to have a piece of paper or an open word document.  First, go through the list and give your words (just like Mad-Libs).  Then, after you have created your list, copy the story below and add your words that correspond with the numbers in the story (erase the numbers obviously).

Insert this in as a “comment” and it’ll post.  Be patient if it doesn’t post as a comment right away, I’ll need to approve them first (anti-spam mechanism on the blog).

I’ll list out my top three later in the week!

DO NOT READ THE STORY FIRST!!! Fill in these words first!

  1. Month
  2. Number
  3. Year
  4. city
  5. Number
  6. Adjective
  7. Verb
  8. Verb
  9. Adjective
  10. Noun
  11. Country other than the US
  12. Food
  13. Adjective
  14. Measurement of time, plural
  15. Fruit or Vegetable
  16. Noun
  17. Noun
  18. Past tense verb
  19. Verb ending in “ing”
  20. Something edible

 

******************* The Story *******************

“My Saturday”

On Saturday morning (1) (2), (3), I took off from SeaTac airport to fly to (4).  I was on a Boeing (5) jet.  The (6) flight was pretty uneventful.  No time to (7) or (8) because it was such a short flight.

I arrived and (9) rented a (10) which would serve as my transportation for these two days down near the border.  I was very excited to have a (12) lunch with the Murrell family in Pine Valley.  I brought a (13) team to serve them a couple (14) ago.  After lunch I drove to Julian to meet with Pastor Rick and eat some Julian (15) Pie.  We got to chat about (16) and (17).

I was so (18) by this day, I came down from the hill and got back just in time to eat dinner with my friend Jeramy, who wrote the book “I Gave (19) a Chance.”  Dinner was so great, Jerusha served Grilled Chicken with (20) as a side dish.

Then it was time for bed!

Grace,

Brian

******* Winners *********

Instead of posting a “winner” on this, thought I’d post some of my favorite Aab-Lib lines from the entries. And of course a little commentary after each of them as to why I thought they were great.

 

“…I took off from SeaTac airport to fly to Yakima”  Byron (dude, nobody would fly to Yakima)

 

“..No time to lick or fly because it was such a short flight.” Byron (if I remember correctly, I did “lick and fly” on this flight, in fact, I licked a fly, that’s right.)

 

“…Jerusha served Grilled Chicken with wedding cake as a side dish.”  The Wifey (I could see Jerusha doing such a thing)

 

“…No time to crash or climb because it was such a short flight” The Wifey (this is great because it fit with flying… well, I hope the crashing never does fit…)

 

“…No time to crabwalk or skip because it was such a short flight” Brad (c’mon, who crabwalks anymore?)

 

“…I brought a lazy team to serve them a couple nano seconds ago”  Brad (I love it because a lazy team would only serve for a nano second)

 

“…and eat some Julian seafood Pie.” RackyJ21 (the very thought of seafood makes me sick, so good work Ricky)


“…
with my friend Jeramy, who wrote the book “I Gave Dying a Chance.”  RackyJ21 (classic, wonder how that book turned out?)

 

“…rented a rock which would serve as my transportation”  HG McGee (is that an American made car?)

“…We got to chat about flower and leaf.” HG McGee (I could just see me and Rick chatting about flower and leaf)

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5 thoughts on “CONTEST: Aab-Libs “My Saturday”

  1. “My Saturday”
    On Saturday morning January 27, 1892, I took off from SeaTac airport to fly to Yakima. I was on a Boeing 34 jet. The yellow flight was pretty uneventful. No time to lick or fly because it was such a short flight. I arrived and happily rented a statue which would serve as my transportation for these two days down near the border. I was very excited to have a noodle lunch with the Murrell family in Pine Valley. I brought a colorful team to serve them a couple days ago. After lunch I drove to Julian to meet with Pastor Rick and eat some Julian Mango Pie. We got to chat about television and trees. I was so beat by this day, I came down from the hill and got back just in time to eat dinner with my friend Jeramy, who wrote the book “I Gave Fasting a Chance.” Dinner was so great, Jerusha served Grilled Chicken with a chocolate bunny as a side dish.
    Then it was time for bed!

  2. “My Saturday”
    On Saturday morning October 19, 1954, I took off from SeaTac airport to fly to Chicago. I was on a Boeing 14.5 jet. The portly flight was pretty uneventful. No time to crash or climb because it was such a short flight.
    I arrived and sizzling rented a meatball which would serve as my transportation for these two days down near the border. I was very excited to have a Brazil lunch with the Murrell family in Pine Valley. I brought a taco salad team to serve them a couple hours ago. After lunch I drove to Julian to meet with Pastor Rick and eat some Julian Beets Pie. We got to chat about scooter and helmet
    I was so wished by this day, I came down from the hill and got back just in time to eat dinner with my friend Jeramy, who wrote the book “I Gave Sailing a Chance.” Dinner was so great, Jerusha served Grilled Chicken with wedding cake as a side dish.
    Then it was time for bed!

  3. “My Saturday”
    On Saturday morning March 42, 1892, I took off from SeaTac airport to fly to Salem.  I was on a Boeing 84 jet.  The smelly flight was pretty uneventful.  No time to crabwalk or skip because it was such a short flight.
    I arrived and Couch rented a Lichtenstein which would serve as my transportation for these two days down near the border.  I was very excited to have a Sauerkraut lunch with the Murrell family in Pine Valley.  I brought a lazy team to serve them a couple nano seconds ago.  After lunch I drove to Julian to meet with Pastor Rick and eat some Julian Beet Pie.  We got to chat about Computer and Lawnmower.
    I was so puked by this day, I came down from the hill and got back just in time to eat dinner with my friend Jeramy, who wrote the book “I Gave Watching a Chance.”  Dinner was so great, Jerusha served Grilled Chicken with liver as a side dish.
    Then it was time for bed!

  4. “My Saturday”

    On Saturday morning February 29, 1492, I took off from SeaTac airport to fly to El Dorado. I was on a Boeing 007 jet. The intense flight was pretty uneventful. No time to interrogate or play because it was such a short flight.

    I arrived and lazy rented a log which would serve as my transportation for these two days down near the border. I was very excited to have a Liver and Onions lunch with the Murrell family in Pine Valley. I brought a crazy-awesome team to serve them a couple eons ago. After lunch I drove to Julian to meet with Pastor Rick and eat some Julian seafood Pie. We got to chat about snails and treebark.

    I was so wasted by this day, I came down from the hill and got back just in time to eat dinner with my friend Jeramy, who wrote the book “I Gave Dying a Chance.” Dinner was so great, Jerusha served Grilled Chicken with pork loins as a side dish.

    Then it was time for bed!

  5. “My Saturday”
    On Saturday morning April 12, 2005 I took off from SeaTac airport to fly to Kansas City. I was on a Boeing 2 jet. The snowy flight was pretty uneventful. No time to swim or run because it was such a short flight.
    I arrived and sunny rented a rock which would serve as my transportation for these two days down near the border. I was very excited to have a Kenya lunch with the Murrell family in Pine Valley. I brought a rice team to serve them a couple hours ago. After lunch I drove to Julian to meet with Pastor Rick and eat some Julian Pear Pie. We got to chat about flower and leaf.
    I was so skipped by this day, I came down from the hill and got back just in time to eat dinner with my friend Jeramy, who wrote the book “I Gave Running a Chance.” Dinner was so great, Jerusha served Grilled Chicken with soup as a side dish.
    Then it was time for bed!

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