Online Kids Madlibs: St Patrick’s Day

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3 thoughts on “Online Kids Madlibs: St Patrick’s Day

  1. I caught a leprechaun this St. Patty’s day, but he wouldn’t give me any gold. I was flabbergasted but at least he offered to teach me how he earned his gold. First he taught me to play the cymbals , which is how he got his first nugget. Then he showed me how to make sticks out of rocks. I could see how they would sell well, but I wasn’t lovey-dovey enough to make them well. Finally he founded the first Staggerflats in Waco Texas, a restaurant that specialized in finger food for maids. That all sounded like too much work, so I asked for his Scarf and left for home.

  2. I caught a leprechaun this St. Patty’s day, but he wouldn’t give me any gold. I was happy but at least he offered to teach me how he earned his gold. First he taught me to running, which is how he got his first nugget. Then he showed me how to make chairs out of a Chromebook. I could see how they would sell well, but I wasn’t happy enough to make them well. Finally he founded the first Santa Cake in Keavins’s house, a restaurant that specializes in steak for Doctors. That all sounded like too much work, so I asked for his #1 Models of shoes in the world and left for home.

  3. I caught a leprechaun this St. Patty’s day, but he wouldn’t give me any gold. I was happy but at least he offered to teach me how he earned his gold. First he taught me to explode, which is how he got his first nugget. Then he showed me how to make pizzas out of chickens. I could see how they would sell well, but I wasn’t funny enough to make them well. Finally he founded the first blah blah blah in arbys, a restaurant that specializes in pizza for chefs. That all sounded like too much work, so I asked for his pants and left for home.

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