Online Kid’s Madlibs: Camping

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9 thoughts on “Online Kid’s Madlibs: Camping

  1. This weekend I went camping with Darth Vader outside of Detroit. The first night a wild Bunny tore apart our backpacks and ate all the Jellybeans. When we woke up, we had to hunt for wild Dandelions to eat since our breakfast was missing. We were both just happy that none of our Bottlecaps were destroyed. After lunch we hiked up to the Frigid China Teapot waterfalls. They were breathtaking! Seeing them I finally understood what my Sister meant when (s)he said, ‘Whoop There She Is’.

  2. This weekend I went camping with rosie o’donnel outside of houston. The first night a wild pig tore apart our backpacks and ate all the peaches. When we woke up, we had to hunt for wild trees to eat since our breakfast was missing. We were both just happy that none of our dishes were destroyed. After lunch we hiked up to the blue jump rope waterfalls. They were breathtaking! Seeing them I finally understood what my uncle meant when (s)he said, ‘jesus rocks!’

  3. This weekend I went camping with Henry Polic II outside of Burbank. The first night a wild Anteater tore apart our backpacks and ate all the Turnips. When we woke up, we had to hunt for wild Roses to eat since our breakfast was missing. We were both just happy that none of our Gems were destroyed. After lunch we hiked up to the Cold Boat waterfalls. They were breathtaking! Seeing them I finally understood what my Dad meant when (s)he said, ‘I am the Master of Fear’

  4. This weekend I went camping with Abraham Lincoln outside of St. Louis. The first night a wild chinchilla tore apart our backpacks and ate all the mashed potatoes. When we woke up, we had to hunt for wild Christmas trees to eat since our breakfast was missing. We were both just happy that none of our zombies were destroyed. After lunch we hiked up to the fat Nebraska waterfalls. They were breathtaking! Seeing them I finally understood what my grandpa meant when (s)he said, ‘Welcome to New York!’

    • Glad you enjoyed it, Robert. I loved doing the mad libs books when I was a kid!

  5. This weekend I went camping with Chris Pratt outside of New York. The first night a wild Albino squirrel tore apart our backpacks and ate all the Noodles. When we woke up, we had to hunt for wild Roses to eat since our breakfast was missing. We were both just happy that none of our Magnatile were destroyed. After lunch we hiked up to the Huge Booger waterfalls. They were breathtaking! Seeing them I finally understood what my Cousin meant when (s)he said, ‘We’re all standing’

  6. This weekend I went camping with Flavor Flav outside of Los Angeles. The first night a wild Dragon tore apart our backpacks and ate all the Carrots. When we woke up, we had to hunt for wild Weeds to eat since our breakfast was missing. We were both just happy that none of our Books were destroyed. After lunch we hiked up to the Green Box waterfalls. They were breathtaking! Seeing them I finally understood what my Grandpa meant when (s)he said, ‘Kids Don’t Play with Too Many Knives’

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