We Hope You Enjoy Matt’s Mad Lib

Hey, Camp Libbers!

For today’s Blog post I wrote another Camp Lib and had Mr. Matthew DeMuth fill in the blanks. As the Sales Director of Everything Summer Camp, Matt, perOur sales person Mattsonally, does a lot of business with the camps that work with us. Therefore, I thought it’d be appropriate to give him a Camp Lib about a kid’s camp.

If you want, you can write down your own words for the blanks too. Just use the following list of requested words and enjoy Matt’s Camp Lib below. And 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.

Enjoy!

 

1. Nonsense Word

2. A Number

3. An Adjective

4. A Geographical Location

5. An Adjective

6. A Landmark/Monument

7. An Adjective

8. Noun

9. ‘Ing’ Verb

10. A Number

11. An Adjective

12. Plural Noun

13. A Verb

14. Plural Noun

15. An Adjective

16. A Sport

17. Another Sport

18. Plural Noun

19. Same Nonsense Word from the Top

20. The Name of a Room in a House

21. A Body Part

22. ‘Ing’ Verb

23. Noun

24. Plural Noun

25. Noun

 

Ready? Here’s the Lib:

 

This summer I’m going to Camp Skibbidy-Bap. I can’t wait! It’s located on 21 slippery acres just outside of Yuma and offers a quick view of the Hoover Dam.

The cabins are lovely and completely wired, with garbage and working water. I don’t know what I’d do if I couldn’t use a toilet or take a shower for seven weeks!

All the cabin leaders at my camp are really clear and the other staff ducks really care that their campers talk their camp stay.

Separate pickles at the camp are set up for darling activities like their curling diamond, the fencing courts, and the Volleyball elbows.

You could never go hungry at Camp Skibbidy-Bap! One whiff in the mancave will have your earlobe watering and stomach driving for delicious ear wax.

With all these great tacos and fun activities, my summer is sure to be a desk at camp!

 

Thanks for reading, Camp Fans!

 

- John

 

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