I love all of my followers and appreciate all of your comments. I try to read you all each day. However, at work, we have dinosaur computers that don't like when I open some of your blogs. Some make my 'puter crash. When I get home at night, I try to get caught up with as many of you as I can. Please understand sometimes that is nearly impossible, since all of you rock!
For my new followers I just don't want anyone to think I am the type of person to post and post and never comment. For my faithfuls, I appreciate your understanding and just know I try!
I took a poll last week to see if you all were tired of the mad libs yet. 6 of you voted "I love the immaturity keep them going" 3 of you voted "WTF is a Madlib" (I hope you have done some reading on this by now) Thankfully none of you voted "You have a blog?"
The rules are very easy so if you are still confused after all of this time or if this is your first time here please read:
Here are the rules: On Sundays I will gather from you, my hopefully loyal stalkers and lost bloggers what I need to complete the Mad Lib. I won't tell you the title of the Mad Lib. It will simply say Reader Participation Sunday. I will ask my commenters for the required verbs, nouns, adjectives.. whatever. EVERYONE will give me EACH word I ask for when they comment or else!(for example, if I ask for 14 words, EACH of you give me EACH of the 14 words I ask.) Then I will post the whole story with the title on Monday morning with links of the words to the respective blogger. Like this one If you don't get a chance to play today, don't worry, I will do it every Sunday and Monday until you tell me you are ready to gouge your eyes out. So stay tuned. Simple enough? Good. For those that may have flunked English or forgotten everything you have learned.. Here is a refresher:
Noun: Person, place or thing
Plural noun: More than 1 person place or thing, usually ending in s or es
Verb: An action word (etc run, jump, play)
Verb ending in "ing": see above, just add ing (duh)
Adjective: word that describes something (etc.. beautiful, quick, blue)
Adverb: Word that ends in "ly" it describes a verb (etc, quickly, quietly, hurriedly)
That's the basic English terms. If you've ever done Mad Libs, you know they ask for other things too. OK Got it? Here we go: