Monday, January 13, 2014

Fun with Words (another Mad Lib), Football, Fandom . . . whatta weekend!




I had two last entries into the MAD LIBS fun - this was from Frankie Furter and I felt it worthy of publishing


Name         Frankie           
plur. N        Keys               
Proper N    Google            
Past te. V    Strolled          
verb            dig                  
adj.             decorated       
Location    Grocery Store  
Adverb        accidently       
Adj              tiny                  
adj               shiny               
Plur. Noun   Bones             


A young boy named Anakin Skywalker, incredibly strong with the Force, is discovered by Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn, and his padawan Frankie Kenobi. Qui-Gon believes Anakin is the Chosen One, prophesied to bring Keys to the Google. After Qui-Gon is Strolled by the hideous Darth Maul, Obi-Wan defeats this Sith apprentice and then, over the strong objections of Master Yoda, obeys his master's final wish to dig the boy. Anakin grows powerful with the Force, and his skill causes him to become decorated and chafe against Obi-Wan's training, which he feels is restrictive. Against the strictest rules of the Jedi Order, Anakin falls in love with Padmé Amidala, Queen and later Senator of Grocery Store. The two wed in secret, an act forbidden for Jedi due to the inherent emotional vulnerability.

The Clone Wars begin to rage through every part of the known galaxy, and the Jedi fight quickly to bring peace back to the Republic. Anakin and Padmé continue to keep their marriage a secret, but soon Padmé becomes accidently. Although thrilled by the news, Anakin begins to have visions of Padmé's death. The secretive nature of their relationship forces him to seek help outside of the Jedi order, and he desperately asks aid of Chancellor Ernie whose tiny and shiny Bones are increasing daily.



And another from Ernie, his brother

Name                         Ernie
plur. N                  Plungers
Proper N                Lowes
Past te. V                     Ate
verb                             use
adj.                            puffy
Location       Police Station
Adverb                   quickly'
Adj                        slippery
adj                          brown
Plur. Noun             collars



A young boy named Anakin Skywalker, incredibly strong with the Force, is discovered by Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn, and his padawan Ernie Kenobi. Qui-Gon believes Anakin is the Chosen One, prophesied to bring plungers to the Lowes. After Qui-Gon is ate by the hideous Darth Maul, Obi-Wan defeats this Sith apprentice and then, over the strong objections of Master Yoda, obeys his master's final wish to use the boy. Anakin grows powerful with the Force, and his skill causes him to become puffy and chafe against Obi-Wan's training, which he feels is restrictive. Against the strictest rules of the Jedi Order, Anakin falls in love with Padmé Amidala, Queen and later Senator of Police Station. The two wed in secret, an act forbidden for Jedi due to the inherent emotional vulnerability.

The Clone Wars begin to rage through every part of the known galaxy, and the Jedi fight quickly to bring peace back to the Republic. Anakin and Padmé continue to keep their marriage a secret, but soon Padmé becomes quickly. Although thrilled by the news, Anakin begins to have visions of Padmé's death. The secretive nature of their relationship forces him to seek help outside of the Jedi order, and he desperately asks aid of Chancellor Frankie whose slippery and brown collars are increasing daily.





I yesterday afternoon curled up on my Mommy #2's lap as she watched FOOTBALL. I don't know too much about football as I am a HOCKEY kinda gal (Joe Thornton, swoooooooooon). But I am cool with sports in general so I helped support my MOMMY'S team, the SF 49Niners!!! It was some game. And it was really hard to see with all of the deep shadows on the field. In the end, our local team was victorious so we were all happy. We celebrated with Victory Nachos (regular nachos but sweetened with a win by our team).
Then we did boring stuff like fold laundry, wash dishes, etc. Ah! But then it was time for the Golden Globes. To be honest, I fell asleep for most of it. I know there was some interesting dresses and even more interesting speeches. It appears many of the nominees were not prepared to win. Correct me if I am wrong, but if you are NOMINATED in a field of 5 shouldn't you figure your odds are pretty good to (1) win and (2) need to give a speech. And as one radio personality pointed out this am - these were actresses. . . and giving a speech is basically giving a performance. Are they really the TOP of their field if they cannot adlib something????
But I did like the emcees. To me, there are not two funnier ladies than Tina Fey and Amy Pohler. Their humor is witty, timely and intelligent.

Whew!!! That is WAY too much thinking for a MONDAY.

4 comments:

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

WE watched that too. AND we agree that they should have said... they HOPED to win... at the very least...
Guess they need a SCRIPT in order to have somethingy worthwhile to say.

WE also think that T.F. and A.P. did an outstanding job. THEY are hilarious.
Pee.S.... be sure to stop by on THURSDAY... as we will be featuring YOU in our post. YOU and those... You know WHATs'. Just Sayin.

Casey said...

Momma says she misses the days when acceptance speeches were something other than a rattled off list of names. Say something interesting!

Two French Bulldogs said...

I am pretty sure momma peed her pants
Lily

Ruckus Eskie said...

Hahha that is alot of thinking for Monday! Well if you ever want to empty your head out, join me on Thoughtless Thursdays -starting next week. Nice work Princess Leah!