It’s a familiar game… and we’ve got two ways to play. First, in the classic “Mad Libs” style, you can amuse yourself. There are going to be a string of parts of speech, and you can write down the words you think of… then scroll down and put in those words to see what you come up with. Second, you can read through the pieces fill the blanks in as you feel most appropriate.
In either case, feel encouraged to post your favorite results in the comment section.
Here are the categories to come up with words for:
PERSON…VERB…VERB ENDING IN ING… ORGANIZATION… PAST TENSE VERB… ADJECTIVE… ADVERB… ADJECTIVE… NOUN… VERB… NOUN… VERB… ACTIVITY… VERB… NOUN… ADJECTIVE… NOUN
The Donald Trump 60 Minutes Interview, A Love Story
Lesley Stahl: One of the things that [PERSON] has asked for is for you to ease the sanctions.
President Donald Trump: We haven’t [VERB].
Lesley Stahl: Are you prepared to do that? What– what does he have to do–
President Donald Trump: No, No. I–
Lesley Stahl: Before you’re–
President Donald Trump: No I’m not [VERB ENDING IN ING] it. This isn’t [ORGANIZATION]. I haven’t eased the sanctions. I haven’t [PAST TENSE VERB] anything. I haven’t done anything. We’re meeting. I believe he likes me. I like him. We have a [ADJECTIVE] relationship. It’s [ADVERB] important.
President Trump at rally: “And then we fell in love, okay. No really. He wrote me [ADJECTIVE] letters. And they’re great letters. We fell in love.”
Lesley Stahl: I wanna read you his resume, okay? He presides over a cruel kingdom of repression, gulags, starvation– reports that he had his half-brother assassinated, slave labor, public executions. This is a guy you love?
President Donald Trump: Sure. I know all these things. I mean– I’m not a [NOUN]. I know these things.
Lesley Stahl: I know, but why do you love that guy?
President Donald Trump: Look, look. I– I– I like– I [VERB] with him, okay?
Lesley Stahl: But you love him.
President Donald Trump: Okay. That’s just a [NOUN].
Lesley Stahl: No, it’s like an embrace.
President Donald Trump: It well, let it be a(n) [VERB]. Let it be whatever it is to get the [ACTIVITY] done.
Lesley Stahl: He’s a bad guy.
President Donald Trump: Look. Let it be whatever it is. I [VERB] with him really well. I have a good [NOUN] with him. I have a(n) [ADJECTIVE] [NOUN] with him.