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Create Your 2022 New Year Mad Lib!


Mad Libs have been a fun family treat these past few days. Both my husband and son received Mad Lib books in their Christmas stockings, and we’ve been filling them out around the dinner table.


Unsurprisingly, our 10-year-old son, includes “bottom” and “butt” for many of his word suggestions. My 6-year-old daughter balances the bathroom phrases with “pink dresses” and “love” and “unicorns.”

One Mad Lib shared a charming story about George Washington marrying a “pool” named Martha. Another suggested the battle call for a D&D match should be “For the Stuffies!”.

This got me thinking, wouldn’t it be fun to do our own Happy New Year Mad Lib?


Here’s how it works:

1) Fill in the word blanks listed below.

2) On January 1, 2022 (tomorrow) come back to this blog for the NYE Mad Lib Story.

3) Fill in the blanks of the story with the words you selected.

4) Enjoy a laugh as you reveal your very own NYE Mad Lib story!

Once you’ve created your story, share your favorite fill-in-the-blank in the comments, or comment on my Instagram posts @jessicasuggsmarketing.


I can't wait to read all the amazing (and hilarious) things you'll be doing in the New Year!



 

HAPPY NEW YEAR!


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NUMBER ______________________

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