Online Kids Madlibs: Horses

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5 thoughts on “Online Kids Madlibs: Horses

  1. Today I rode my horse to Hawaii because I really needed a Grill. Unfortunately, when I arrived I couldn’t find any and the weather looked Cold. So instead of riding home, I called up my good friend Willy Wonka to see if I could visit until the storm ended and she/he agreed. I got there just in time because it literally started raining Electric Toothbrushes and Cupcakes the moment I hitched my horse safely in the Laundry Room. My horse didn’t want to be left alone during the storm, so we all ate Ice-cream and Snails together and played an indoor version of Javelin Throwing before the storm ended back I headed back Haphazardly.

  2. Today I rode my horse to Buffalo Wild Wings because I really needed a fly swatter. Unfortunately, when I arrived I couldn’t find any and the weather looked weird. So instead of riding home, I called up my good friend George Washington to see if I could visit until the storm ended and she/he agreed. I got there just in time because it literally started raining knitting needles and tea pots the moment I hitched my horse safely in the bathroom. My horse didn’t want to be left alone during the storm, so we all ate bananas together and played an indoor version of Quidditch before the storm ended back I headed back loudly.

  3. Today I rode my horse to Disney Land because I really needed a kitten. Unfortunately, when I arrived I couldn’t find any and the weather looked small. So instead of riding home, I called up my good friend Maggie to see if I could visit until the storm ended and she/he agreed. I got there just in time because it literally started raining kumquats and coffee pots the moment I hitched my horse safely in the kitchen. My horse didn’t want to be left alone during the storm, so we all ate marshmallows together and played an indoor version of cricket before the storm ended back I headed back soflty.

  4. Today I heard a funny noise under the blanket and was surprised to find a rainbow monster hiding there. I screamed, ‘Tomorrow is a new day.’ as I took 7 steps back. The monster was lavender and almost resembled a(n) glorious marchmallow. I quickly called my friend Hope to help because they had a(n) bunny rabbit monster earlier this year — but they never answered their phone. When I looked up again, the monster was gone. It must have fled to Waffle-Land!

  5. Today I rode my horse to Sicily because I really needed a wall. Unfortunately, when I arrived I couldn’t find any and the weather looked gruesome. So instead of riding home, I called up my good friend Harry Potter to see if I could visit until the storm ended and she/he agreed. I got there just in time because it literally started raining fingerprints and clothes the moment I hitched my horse safely in the basement. My horse didn’t want to be left alone during the storm, so we all ate waffles together and played an indoor version of gymnastics before the storm ended back I headed back furiously.

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