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Blackrose Bugg 12/Dec/2006 at 12:25 PM
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You have all seen the mad libs that erupt without warning from time to time...members are asked to submit lists of particular parts of speech, and they are inserted into a text to create often bizarre, frequently hilarious results.

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Blackrose Bugg 12/Dec/2006 at 12:34 PM
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And now for our first SMAd lib-  we will need the following

Plural nouns- nouns being, of course, persons, places, things or ideas - house, hobbit, liberty for example
Adjectives- being, of course, words that modify or extend the description of a noun - big, purple, silly
Adverbs - being, of course, words that modify or extend the description of a verb-  quickly, horribly, wonderfully
Proper noun - being, of course, a SPECIFIC person, place, thing - Frodo, Bag End, Narsil
Verbs - being, of course, words that show action - or state of being- runs, plays, is, are
Shade, tint or hue words- some outrageous color
Food words
Anatomical words-
Plaza family friendly, of course!

Submit as many types as you like- but no more than three words per type, please.  Thanks.

Just a word play game-no support memberships can be given here- but the more creative and unique entries will trigger a shower of silver pennies!

Region 12/Dec/2006 at 12:46 PM
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Yay, mad libs!

Plural Nouns: hairdriers, Capucinnos and...Scampi.
Adjectives: gorgeous, purple, hairy
Adverbs: cruelly, merrily, patiENTly
Proper Noun: Tarkmanian Devil, Nan-Tathren aaand...Glamdring.
Verbs: elucidate, seduce, strangle.
Lime Green. I think it’s an outrage. *g*
Potatoes, French fries, fried chicken.
Rectus Abdominis, Biceps Brachii.

Lori 12/Dec/2006 at 12:54 PM
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Eeee!

Plural nouns: clouds, tears
Adjectives: shiny (), fluffy
Adverbs: eternally, jovially, wickedly
Proper noun: Angainor, Glorfindel, Tol Eressea
Verbs: stroll, bounce, hug
Magenta - that’s a horror
Food: strawberries, fish and choccie
Anatomical stuff: nails, head, toefingers

KingODuckingham 12/Dec/2006 at 04:16 PM
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Plural Nouns: bunnies, walking sticks, forest fires
Adjectives: delicate, sharp, dim
Adverbs: intrinsically, doubtfully, joyfully
Proper Noun: Mo, Ulmo, and Glaurung
Verbs: stumble, giggle, wince
Mauve
Food: lobster, yogurt, and celery
Anatomical stuff: kneecap, eyelash, taste bud
Rinerion 12/Dec/2006 at 04:40 PM
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Silly people!  Don’t you know that there are words not ending in ly which are adverbs?  Each one is like a lily, you never know what lies at the roots.  Of course, they might fit better into SMAD libs, but still.

Adverbs:  not, very, too

Please note, all adverb jokes made in good fun.

Feliath Dunami 12/Dec/2006 at 04:48 PM
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Plural Nouns: hyperlinks, ringtones, quad-core processers
Adjectives: supercillious, metaphysical, ancient
Adverbs: slowly, yesterday, aggressively
Proper Noun: Dante, Beatrice, Virgil
Verbs: howl, wreak, plunge
Puce... what the heck is it anyway?
Food: Escargot, meusli, biscotti
Anatomical stuff: cranium, meniscis, toenail

Nav 12/Dec/2006 at 07:20 PM
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Plural nouns- penguins, palantirs, turboprops
Adjectives- gi-normous, forgotten, confused 
Adverbs - amusingly, fantastically, laughingly 
Proper noun - Tom Cruise, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, The Amazing Race: Family Edition
Verbs - compete, plummet, stagger
Shade, tint or hue words - Mandos Brown, macaroni-and-cheese orange, lemon-rind yellow
Food words - Organic Granny Smith Apples, Farm Raised Catfish, Lembas Bread
Anatomical words - aorta, scapula, *runs around room looking for spare body parts and comes up with* hairline
Tuna 12/Dec/2006 at 08:50 PM
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Plural nouns- Cockroaches, mice, submarines
Adjectives- big, white, yellow
Adverbs - exceptionally, dutifully, exquisitly
Proper noun - Mr. Anderson, LOTR Fanatics Plaza, Ballantine Books
Verbs - google (), scream, cry
Shade, tint or hue words- icky coffee brown
Food words - Alfredo Sauce, Apple Sauce, Baby food
Anatomical words- spleen, bursa, frontal lobe
Norin Deathfoot 13/Dec/2006 at 09:29 AM
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Plural nouns- fish, sheep, mice
Adjectives- wet, funky, squiffy
Adverbs - stupendous, amazing, glorificous 
Proper noun - Valinor, France, Doctor Who
Verbs - doing, making, holding
Shade, tint or hue words- mauve, gold, blue
Food words - mushy, potato, chicken
Anatomical words- arm, leg, head
Rohanna 13/Dec/2006 at 09:50 AM
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Plural noun - Gondorians
Adjective - handsome
Adverb - very
Proper noun - Boromir
Verb - loves
Shade - deep purple
Food word - truffles
Anatomical word - lips 

Blackrose Bugg 13/Dec/2006 at 09:51 AM
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Only a few hours left - WHERE are your words???
Aiwë Nenharma 13/Dec/2006 at 10:16 AM
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Plural noun - mice, leaves
Adjective - tall, clumsy
Adverb - finally, extraordinarily
Proper noun - Fanny, James
Verb - gives, talks
Shade - curly-khaki-green, snow-white
Food word - ice-cream, toffee
Anatomical word - middle ear, kneepan

Seph Goodbody 13/Dec/2006 at 11:24 AM
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Plural nouns- Teabags, Pots, Whales
Adjectives- Foo, timid
Adverbs - Excitedly, dreadfully 
Proper noun - Magical Mr. Mistoffelees
Verbs - Begins, ends, thinks
Shade, tint or hue words- Mouldy green, polar bear red
Food words- Yummy chocolate
Anatomical words- Very tip of your nose
Arien Silverleaf 13/Dec/2006 at 01:36 PM
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Plural nouns- chicken pot pie, light saber, chinchilla
Adjectives- absurd, gregarious, trite
Adverbs - shyly, hesitantly, violently
Proper noun - Bag End, The Crab Shack
Verbs - leap, snore, slip
Shade, tint or hue words- mustard yellow, rotten-pickle-green, macaroni and cheese yellow
Food words- delectable, hors d’oeuvres
Anatomical words- funny bone, ulna, tibia
Istâréndil 13/Dec/2006 at 03:38 PM
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Blackrose Bugg 13/Dec/2006 at 06:32 PM
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RESULT ONE- made wonderful by your talents!  Requirements for ROUND TWO up shortly!

Trying to find his way out. Bilbo went on down to the roots of the quad-core processors, until he could go no further. At the bottom of the tunnel lay a gi-normous submarine far from the light, and on an island of rock in the water lived Gollum. He was a squiffy, ancient, biscotti: he paddled a small boat with his large flat lips, googling with pale luminous eyes and catching blind chinchillas with his long fingers, and eating them raw. He ate any living thing, even orc, if he could catch it and strangle it without a struggle. He possessed a secret hors d’oeuvres that had come to him long ages ago, when he still lived in the light: a ring of gold that made its wearer fluffy. It was the one thing he loved, his ’precious’, and he talked to it, even when it was not with him. For he kept it hidden safe in a hairdryer on his island, except when he was hunting or spying on the bunnies of the mines.

Maybe he would have attacked Bilbo at once, if the ring had been on him when they met; but it was not, and the hobbit held in his hand an absurd chicken pot pie, which served him as a sword. So to gain time Gollum challenged Bilbo to the Crab-Shack-game, saying that if he asked a crabby question which Bilbo could not guess, then he would plunge and eat him; but if Bilbo defeated him, then he would do as Bilbo wished: he would plummet him out of the tunnels.  Since he was lost in the dark without Farm Raised Catfish, and could neither go on nor back. Bilbo accepted the challenge; and they asked one another many hyperlinks.

In the end Bilbo won the game, more by luck (as it seemed) than by wits; for he was stumped at last for a ringtone to compete, and cried out, as his hand came upon the penguin he had picked up and forgotten: _What have I got in my pocket?_ This Gollum failed to answer, though he demanded three walking sticks.  The Authorities, it is true, differ whether this last question was a mere ’question’ and not a ’riddle’ according to the strict rules of the Game; but all agree that, after accepting it and trying to guess the answer, Gollum was bound by his doing. And Bilbo pressed him to keep his word; for the thought came to him that this slimy truffle might prove false, even though such promises were held sacred, and of old all but the wickedest things feared to break them. But after ages exquisitely alone in the dark Gollum’s heart was Puce, and Boromir was in it. He slipped away, and returned to the submarine, of which Bilbo knew nothing, not far off in the icky coffee brown water. There, he thought, lay his ring. He was hungry now, and forgotten, and once his ’precious’ was with him he would not fear any pot pie at all.

But the ring was not on the submarine; he had lost it, it was gone. His screech sent a shiver down Bilbo’s back, though he did not yet understand what had happened. But Gollum had at last leaped to a guess, too late. _What has it got in its pocketses?_ he cried. The light in his eyes was like a mauve flame as he sped back to murder the hobbit and recover his ’precious’. Just in time Bilbo saw his peril, and he fled blindly up the passage away from the water; and once more he was saved by his luck. For just as he ran he put his head in his pocket, and the ring slipped quietly on to his frontal lobe. So it was that Gollum passed him without seeing him, and went to guard the way out, lest the ’thief’ should scream. Warily Bilbo followed him, as he went along, cursing, and snoring to himself about his ’precious’; from which talk at last even Bilbo guessed the truth, and hope came to him in the darkness: he himself had found the marvellous ring and a chance of escape from the orcs and from Tom Cruise.

(Prologue, FoTR)

Norin Deathfoot 13/Dec/2006 at 07:41 PM
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Hahahahahaha! I love it! More mad-libs?
Blackrose Bugg 13/Dec/2006 at 07:56 PM
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Silver jingles in pocketses - and here are the requirements for ROUND 2

Time of day
Shade, hue, color word
Singular noun
Anatomical part (still family friendly)
Plural noun
Proper noun
Verb
Adjective
Adverb
Article of clothing
Negative emotion
Fantasy critter

Nenarye 13/Dec/2006 at 08:02 PM
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Time of day - mid-night
Shade, hue, color word- light baby blue
Singular noun - guitar
Anatomical part (still family friendly) - femur
Plural noun - keys
Proper noun - Madison Square Garden
Verb - spelunc
Adjective - chewy
Adverb - merrily
Article of clothing - cufflinks
Negative emotion - crestfallen
Fantasy critter - hook horror
Tuna 13/Dec/2006 at 08:06 PM
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Time of day: Dawn (would be my favorite time if it didn’t come so early), rush-hour
Shade, hue, color word: Lime green
Singular noun: tuna
Anatomical part (still family friendly): metacarpals
Plural noun: puzzles
Proper noun: Luke Skywalker
Verb: fan
Adjective: miniscule
Adverb: silkily
Article of clothing: bow tie
Negative emotion: embarrassment
Fantasy critter: fairie dragon

KingODuckingham 13/Dec/2006 at 08:59 PM
Grey Counsellor of Isengard Points: 15053 Posts: 15390 Joined: 27/Aug/2006
Time of day: Stupid O’clock (commonly known as 2 AM), time to die, the sixth hour of the day
Shade, hue, color word: peach, pastel?, golden
Singular noun: camera, cottonball, tennis court
Anatomical part (still family friendly): skin follicle, knuckle, femur
Plural noun: picture frames, light switches, cucumbers
Proper noun: Orome, Bill Ferny, Lurt)
Verb: hitch, drag, chain
Adjective: ditzy, glowing, wrinkled
Adverb: frenziedly, maniacally, composedly
Article of clothing: loincloth, bandana, necktie
Negative emotion: despair, fear, frustration
Fantasy critter: the Easter Bunny
KingODuckingham 13/Dec/2006 at 09:00 PM
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mistake...third proper noun should say Lurtz. Sorry.
Lianwen 13/Dec/2006 at 10:10 PM
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Time of day: chow time, bedtime
Shade, hue, color word: lavender, greenish blue-brown
Singular noun: nose-hair trimmer, vacuum cleaner, dictionary
Anatomical part: epidermis, tear duct
Plural noun: q-tips, cutting boards, cinnamon hearts
Proper noun: Monty Python, Captain Hook
Verb: loathe, inspect, cajole
Adjective: crusty, slimy, gigantic
Adverb: slyly, seductively, awkwardly
Article of clothing: toe socks, stilettos, sweater-vest
Negative emotion: disgust, loneliness
Fantasy critter: Tooth Fairy

Feliath Dunami 14/Dec/2006 at 04:20 AM
Soldier of Dale Points: 4192 Posts: 4616 Joined: 13/Dec/2005
Time of day: midnight, elevensies
Shade, hue, color word: orangeish, icky-greenish
Singular noun: computer, book, algebra
Anatomical part: cochlea, nasal cavity
Plural noun: comedies, sonatas, lightbulbs
Proper noun: Chaucer, St. Anselm
Verb: confound, destroy, slip
Adjective: funny, ridiculous, terrible
Article of clothing: suit coat, beanie cap, gloves
Negative emotion: loathing, repulsiveness
Fantasy critter: Santa Claus
Aiwë Nenharma 14/Dec/2006 at 08:36 AM
Historian of Lothlorien Points: 4148 Posts: 3637 Joined: 09/Jul/2004

Time of day: midday and a half
Shade, hue, color word: wine purple
Singular noun: stick
Anatomical part (still family friendly): calves
Plural noun: pies
Proper noun: Jerry Seinfeld
Verb: squeal
Adjective: cuddly
Adverb: cutely
Article of clothing: a sock with fingers
Negative emotion: jealousy
Fantasy critter: unicorn

Arien Silverleaf 14/Dec/2006 at 09:15 AM
Healer of Imladris Points: 10012 Posts: 11230 Joined: 07/Nov/2004
Boromir in Gollum’s heart? Running from Tom Cruise? Oh this is good...

Time of day: snack time
Shade, hue, color word- mold-green, Saruman-white
Singular noun- nutcracker
Anatomical part (still family friendly)- toes
Plural noun- spaghetti, meatballs
Proper noun- Mr. Sock Puppet
Verb- wrestle, swing
Adjective- lumpy, boiling-hot
Adverb- methodically
Article of clothing- mittens, garters
Negative emotion- anger
Fantasy critter- Buckbeak the hippogriff
Nav 14/Dec/2006 at 10:31 AM
Weathered Ent of Fangorn Points: 5671 Posts: 6218 Joined: 10/Dec/2005

Time of day - Half past a freckle, the hour before dawn
Shade, hue, color word - hi-lighter green, tickle-me-pink
Singular noun - baby back rib, green bean (I’m hungry, can you tell), chair-and-a-half
Anatomical part (still family friendly) - knuckle
Plural noun - scissorses
Proper noun - The Abominable Snowman
Verb - teleported
Adjective - hydrophobic
Adverb - hydrophobically
Article of clothing - toesock
Negative emotion - depressed
Fantasy critter - Tom Cruise

Lori 14/Dec/2006 at 10:40 AM
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T’was hilarious XD

Time of day: early morning just before sunrise
Shade, hue, color word: forget-me-not-blue
Singular noun: moon
Anatomical part (still family friendly): forehead
Plural noun: chickens
Proper noun: Oprah
Verb: sleep
Adjective: hot
Adverb: slyly
Article of clothing: stockings
Negative emotion: hate
Fantasy critter: Rudolph

Seph Goodbody 14/Dec/2006 at 11:16 AM
Chieftain of the Mark Points: 9071 Posts: 5755 Joined: 28/Mar/2005
Time of day- One minute past the suns summit
Shade, hue, color word- sky-blue, dragon-red
Singular noun- chair, teabag, polar bear
Anatomical part (still family friendly- tibia
Plural noun- dictionaries
Proper noun- Mr. Postman
Verb- hyperventilate, extract
Adjective- bonkers
Adverb- dejectedly
Article of clothing- knee-high boots, bobble hat
Negative emotion- fear, loathing
Fantasy critter- Sylph, Sphinx
Turien Silverleaf 14/Dec/2006 at 06:23 PM
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Time of day-  11:11 in the afternoon
Shade, hue, color word- magenta
Singular noun- club
Anatomical part (still family friendly)- splline
Plural noun- mice
Proper noun- Mr. Earle
Verb- squish
Adjective- paranormic
Adverb- jittery
Article of clothing- chapeau, high heels
Negative emotion- jealousy
Fantasy critter- unicorn, sphinx

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Eltara 16/Dec/2006 at 11:06 AM
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  • Time of day- 10:51 am

    Shade, hue, color word- mud-brown, grape, ink-black

    Singular noun- piano, paintbrush, doorknob 

    Anatomical part (still family friendly)- elbow

    Plural noun- snowflakes

    Proper noun- Mr. Napkin Head (I watched The Holiday yesterday)

    Verb- prance, tumble

    Adjective- peachy

    Adverb- Article of clothing- sock, blouse 

    Negative emotion- anger

    Fantasy critter- Solembum the werecat

Celebind Eryniel 16/Dec/2006 at 12:21 PM
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Mad Libs!!  *hits self repeatedly on head with plastic bottle which until recently contained root beer*

Time of day -- Time for Tubbie Bye-Bye.
Shade, hue, color word -- lavender purple
Singular noun -- feather
Anatomical part (still family friendly) -- nosehair
Plural noun -- goldfish
Proper noun -- Gimli, Jane Austen
Verb -- dive
Adjective -- slippery, nonsensical
Adverb -- energetically
Article of clothing -- smelly shoe
Negative emotion -- rage
Fantasy critter -- jackalope, phoenix

Enoden 16/Dec/2006 at 12:41 PM
Prison Guard of Mirkwood Points: 2207 Posts: 8007 Joined: 03/Sep/2005
Time of day - 3 o’clock
Shade, hue, color word - Fiery Magenta
Singular noun - Horseradish
Anatomical part (still family friendly) - Eyeball
Plural noun - Moose
Proper noun - Ebenezer Scrooge
Verb - Pour
Adjective - Sleazy
Adverb - Powerfully
Article of clothing - Shoe
Negative emotion - Envy
Fantasy critter - Heffalump
Nírithil 16/Dec/2006 at 12:42 PM
Minstrel of Lothlorien Points: 2993 Posts: 3169 Joined: 22/Sep/2005
Time of day- bedtime
Shade, hue, color word- burgundy
Singular noun- octopus
Anatomical part (still family friendly)- fingernail
Plural noun- boogers
Proper noun- Santa
Verb- crunch
Adjective- Brobdingnagian
Adverb- sillily
Article of clothing- overalls
Negative emotion- panic
Fantasy critter- leprechaun
Helekwen 16/Dec/2006 at 02:37 PM
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Time of day 8:42pm
Shade, hue, color word Indigo
Singular noun Fish
Anatomical part (still family friendly) Kneecap
Plural noun Yetis
Proper noun Molly
Verb Splatter
Adjective Crimson
Adverb Frantically
Article of clothing Frock
Negative emotion Embarrassment
Fantasy critter Toto

ElendilTheFair 16/Dec/2006 at 06:00 PM
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Time of day: The crack of noon, Sunrise, Sunset
Shade, hue, color word: lavender blue (as a single term), plaid, aquamarine
Singular noun: moose, deer, music
Anatomical part (still family friendly): Third little piggy, sternum, gastrocnemius
Plural noun: moose, deer, music
Proper noun: Larry, Curly, Mo (yes, intentionally spelled)
Verb: googled, smoked, sing
Adjective: big, bigger, biggest
Adverb: sweetly, soundly, surely
Article of clothing: cumberbund, cufflinks, waistcoat
Negative emotion: trepidation, anxiety, fretfulness
Fantasy critter: tribble, Snuffelufagus, gremlin

Miriath 17/Dec/2006 at 07:20 AM
Counsellor of the Mark Points: 12524 Posts: 8617 Joined: 10/Feb/2004
Time of day: Daytime
Shade, hue, colour word:  Vomit green
Singular noun: Goose
Anatomical part: Large intenstine
Plural Noun: Geese
Proper Noun: Orlando Bloom
Verb: Die
Adjective: Sweaty
Adverb: Quietly
Article of Clothing: Socks
Negative Emotion: Anger
Fantasy Critter: Liger
Region 17/Dec/2006 at 01:10 PM
Weathered Ent of Fangorn Points: 16435 Posts: 13207 Joined: 14/Mar/2005

Time of day: 3 o’ clock (hour of the Wolf)
Shade, hue, color word: purple
Singular noun: render
Anatomical part (still family friendly): kidney
Plural noun: subwoofers
Proper noun: Lilly
Verb: vomit
Adjective: fluffy
Adverb: secretly
Article of clothing: boot
Negative emotion: frustration
Fantasy critter: Eeyore

Finduilas Faelivrin 17/Dec/2006 at 01:13 PM
Counsellor of Elrond Points: 19306 Posts: 12046 Joined: 02/Oct/2003

Time of day: Howdy Doody Time
Shade, hue, color word: Ulmo Blue, Este Purple
Singular noun: staple gun
Anatomical part: inner ear
Plural noun: Christmas puddings
Proper noun: Ronald McDonald
Verb: nitpick
Adjective: slippery, bashful
Adverb: excruciatingly
Article of clothing: greaves
Negative emotion: paranoid
Fantasy critter: Loch Ness Monster

King Gothmog 17/Dec/2006 at 05:51 PM
Scavenger of Mordor Points: 1082 Posts: 506 Joined: 27/Jul/2006
Time of day: Half past late
Shade, hue, color word: ultraviolet
Singular noun: moron
Anatomical part: spleen
Plural noun: Christmas puddings
Proper noun: Wowwbagger the Infinately Prolonged, Great Collapsing Hrung Disaster of Gal./Sid./Year 03758 on Betelguese Seven 
Verb: zarqin
Adjective: lackadaisical
Adverb: endamborousiously
Article of clothing: lederhosen
Negative emotion: obsession
Fantasy critter: Sasquatch
Sk8erPhan 17/Dec/2006 at 06:26 PM
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Time of day: 11:11
Shade, hue, colour word:  Tickle Me Pink
Singular noun: Bowl
Anatomical part: Tongue
Plural Noun: Pirates
Proper Noun: Michelle Kwan (you know the famous ice skater)
Verb: Ice skate
Adjective: Graceful
Adverb: Beautifully
Article of Clothing: Tights
Negative Emotion: Evil
Fantasy Critter: Teletubies

Magradhaid 20/Dec/2006 at 09:54 AM
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Time of day: gloaming, plenilune, crepuscule
Shade, hue, color word: viridian, jacinth, wine-dark
Singular noun: ewer, carcanet, corbel
Anatomical part (still family friendly): islet of Langerhans
Plural noun: bowers, sconces, flittermice
Proper noun: Mo, Queen Mab, Tybalt 
Verb: inaureole, sprenge, shrithe
Adjective: lissom, cadent, eldritch
Adverb: liever, enow, fain
Article of clothing: kirtle, vambrace, habergeon
Negative emotion: ruth, bale, dolour
Fantasy critter: mewlip, lintip, wight

Credits to Tolkien, Beowulf, R.L. Stevenson, Shakespeare, and probably many more

Istâréndil 21/Dec/2006 at 05:58 AM
Sorcerer of Isengard Points: 10145 Posts: 8820 Joined: 28/Oct/2008
Time of day --- tea time
Shade, hue, color word --- lemonish yellow
Singular noun --- Harry Potter’s poster
Anatomical part (still family friendly) --- finger
Plural noun --- feathers
Proper noun --- Beeberino
Verb --- screw (hehehe )
Adjective --- hunky
Adverb --- funnily
Article of clothing --- earflaps
Negative emotion --- to starve
Fantasy critter --- Ifrit (--link to wikipedia just in case--)
Rohanna 25/Dec/2006 at 04:10 PM
New Soul Points: 112 Posts: 25659 Joined: 16/Sep/2003

For all you mad libbers out there, this is Dirk Elfaracci saying have a happy holiday season and don’t forget to support the Plaza!!!

and oh yes, they want me to show off this cute little toteboard:

Time is running low on the fabulous buy-1-get-1-free sale!
If you haven’t alread done so - why not buy your Supporting Membership today?

Curubethion 27/Dec/2006 at 06:58 PM
Craftsman of Minas Tirith Points: 1988 Posts: 1540 Joined: 11/Dec/2005

Time of day-The Hour of Peter Jackson
Shade, hue, color word-bright lime green
Singular noun-insurgent
Anatomical part (still family friendly)-toenail
Plural noun-AK-47s
Proper noun-R2-D2
Verb-Annihilated
Adjective-idiotic
Adverb-slimily
Article of clothing-vest
Negative emotion-terror
Fantasy critter-griffin