Online Mad Libs: Christmas Season

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7 thoughts on “Online Mad Libs: Christmas Season

  1. Dear Manager of ballet shoe Wagon,
    I noticed that you had a Christmas Fork for sale two months before Thanksgiving. I’m writing to tell you that this makes me upset. I love Christmas as much as Sandra Day O’Conner loves cows and dogs, but I have to draw the line somewhere. All this commercialism of Christmas makes me want to scream loudly. Please take down that display and replace it with a silly bat like you used to have.
    shiftily,
    Willy Wonka

  2. Dear Manager of waffle cone Wagon,
    I noticed that you had a Christmas robot for sale two months before Thanksgiving. I’m writing to tell you that this makes me upset. I love Christmas as much as Adam Sandler loves fake plants, but I have to draw the line somewhere. All this commercialism of Christmas makes me want to flinch tiredly. Please take down that display and replace it with a scrappy spear like you used to have.
    wish-washy,
    Rodney Dangerfield

  3. Dear Manager of book Wagon,

    I noticed that you had a Christmas lunch rooms for sale two months before Thanksgiving. I’m writing to tell you that this makes me upset. I love Christmas as much as Devin loves cowgirls, but I have to draw the line somewhere. All this commercialism of Christmas makes me want to eat happily. Please take down that display and replace it with a big writing pen like you used to have.

    proudly,
    Santa

  4. Dear manager of pie wagon,
    I noticed that you had a Christmas ornament for sale two months before thanksgiving.I’m writing to tell you that this makes me upset.I love Christmas as much as Lillian likes Christmas trees, but I have to cut the line somewhere. All this commercialism of Christmas makes me want to cry nicely. Please take down that display and replace it with a happy present like you used to have.
    Silently,
    Zoe

    • Dear Manager of Soup Wagon,
      I noticed that you had a Christmas Bottle for sale two months before Thanksgiving. I’m writing to tell you that this makes me upset. I love Christmas as much as John Cena loves Corks, but I have to draw the line somewhere. All this commercialism of Christmas makes me want to Swing Bitter. Please take down that display and replace it with a Happy Shampoo like you used to have.
      Au Revoir,
      Snoop Dogg

  5. Dear Manager of tree Wagon,
    I noticed that you had a Christmas chair for sale two months before Thanksgiving. I’m writing to tell you that this makes me upset. I love Christmas as much as Jennifer Morrinston loves houses, but I have to draw the line somewhere. All this commercialism of Christmas makes me want to yell loudly. Please take down that display and replace it with a leafy balloon like you used to have.
    quietly,
    Colin O’ Donughue

  6. I noticed that you had a Christmas Kawaii Potato for sale two months before Thanksgiving. I’m writing to tell you that this makes me upset. I love Christmas as much as Myself loves Cat, but I have to draw the line somewhere. All this commercialism of Christmas makes me want to Snowing Beautiful. Please take down that display and replace it with a Pink Toy like you used to have.
    Bye Bye ,
    Mom

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