Enjoy Mark’s Mad Lib Or Make It Your Own

Hey, Camp Fans!

In the spirit of the approaching summer camp season, we can’t help ourselves but to have a little fun during the workday here at Everything Summer Camp. That’s why we’ve started this new series of Blog posts called Camp Libs. With a salute to the classic Mad Libs (found here at Everything Summer Camp), I thought I’d write my own little stories with a bunch of ________ ripe for the filling.

(plural noun)

I first went to Mark, Vice President of Everything Summer Camp, with the first ‘Camp Lib’ draft I wrote up. I had him fill in the blanks with the appropriate parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective, etc.) and so now I’ll share with you the result. You can write your own words down for the blanks as well if you like. Just usmad libse the following list of requested words and enjoy the ‘Camp Lib’ below!

Remember—a noun is a person, place, thing, or idea; a verb is an action word; and an adjective is a word that describes something.

• Verb ending in ‘ing’

• Adjective

• Plural noun

• Plural noun

• Verb ending in ‘ing’

• Verb ending in ‘ing’

• Noun

• A number larger than one

• Plural noun

• Plural noun

• Verb without ‘ing’

• Plural noun

• Plural noun

• Noun

• Noun

• Noun

• Plural noun

• Adjective

 

Here’s Mark’s Camp Lib:

Lots of kids enjoy mowing to camp every summer. What’s so darling about summer camp is that it’s a strong institution geared toward boogers and cucumbers. The traditional summer camp is all about a woodsy setting with days spent snowing, pooping, and sitting around a toenail.

But how did summer camp come to be? It’s a bit of an odd practice, isn’t it?—kids spending 522 weeks out in the potatoes away from their unicycles. After all, by definition, our society has, from the beginning, built houses, towns, and cities to wash itself from the wild kisses of nature.

So why do parents send their hamburgers away to camp? The answer is that, throughout the rug of the human race, we’ve developed a deep toothpick for Mother Nature. The more we grew away from the chicken wing, the more we missed it.

But now, thanks to summer camp, kids can acquire good values and healthy fur balls through the natural camp environment and spectacular cabin leaders.

Thanks for reading, Camp Fans!

-John

 

 

 

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