For Friday’s bit of fun, I’m pulling up a new offering from Rob Paravonian. He’s a stand up comic who writes original comic songs. This one examines the relationship he had with a business woman. I’m sure that he is using a fictional situation. He just doesn’t seem like the type of guy who would even consider a business woman for a relationship.
Here’s a little Friday fun you can have with a spouse or co-worker before the weekend officially begins.
Two cousins are in __________ (location) awaiting a hearing on charges they were caught with a __________ (noun) full of stolen _______________ (food) Wednesday evening.
The police chief said the men _____________ (past tense verb) because their ______________(car part) appeared to be falling off. That is when an officer noticed the ___________(noun).
Police say in an affidavit they ____________(past tense verb) “a large amount of boxed and packaged ____________(noun)” and ______________ (tool) on the car’s rear seat.
Police said the men planned to _____________ (verb) the stolen ___________ (food) to finance a trip where one of the suspect’s ___________(person) was having ________________ (event).
Police said the men acknowledged stealing the items. Detectives are now trying to ____________(verb) gas stations missing hundreds of dollars worth of ___________(noun).
I took this from the collection of images of the Grammy Awards from this past week.
(microphone): Stop choking yourself! Stop choking yourself!
(singer): I’ll choke you instead then.
Did you ever wonder what many consider to be the best finale to a sitcom? Then check this out. Unfortunately, if you’re not a fan of Bob Newhart or his shows, the effect might be lost. I won’t spoil the surprise if you’ve never heard anyone mention this before.
I thought I would give you all a break from YouTube Fridays for a few Mad Lib Fridays. Remember, I always take a weird news story and omit certain words, giving you the opportunity to insert your own words and have some fun. If you want to see the original story, click here.
A 19-year-old woman was charged with ____________ (bad habit) after allegedly ____________ (verb ending in “ing) another woman during an ____________noun class, the Seattle Times reported.
The incident occurred Saturday while ________________ (movie) was being shown. Police said she _____________ (past tense verb) into a classroom and started _______________ (verb ending in “ing”) about the video. The victim told her “_____________(rude comment),” according to charging documents.
After ______________ (noun) were exchanged, the woman pulled out a knife with a ____________ (noun) and __________ (verb ending in “ed”) the other woman, police and prosecutors said. She also is accused of threatening to _______ (verb) the other woman’s family, the Times said.
The assailant told police that the other woman _________________ (past tense verb). She was being held on _________ (number) _________ (noun) bail.