MadLib Weekly Top Three

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madlibsBy Kelly Laycock

MadLib Mondays are officially a success! Thanks to everyone who participated this week. We had some fantastically silly entries. I compiled the submissions and sent them to our Library staff to judge (anonymously, of course…no favouritism allowed here!). We had to duke it out at the end, but we eventually came up with a solid top three! In reverse order…

A Civil Case

Third Place goes to:

A civil case, more commonly known as pot pourri or an avalanche, begins when Fidel Castro files a document called Shag Carpet with a court, informing the court of the resplendence that the plaintiff has seldom suffered because of Dr. Mengele, and requesting a pachyderm. A civil case can also be strutted through arbitration. The remedy sought may be toenails, an injunction, which requires the defendant to fling or refrain from performing some action, or an excruciating judgment, which determines that Barney Rubble has certain legal rights. Whoever wins either gets peeled from custody or gets nothing.

And the runner up is:

A civil case, more commonly known as a football or a stadium, begins when Weston Dressler files a document called a Field with a court, informing the court of the slipperiness that the plaintiff has tightly suffered because of Reg Watson, Q.C., and requesting an interception. A civil case can also be thrown through arbitration. The remedy sought may be a touchdown, an injunction, which requires the defendant to dodge or refrain from performing some action, or a broken judgment, which determines that the referee has certain legal rights. Whoever wins either gets penalized from custody or gets nothing.

And voted Number 1 by our Library Staff:

A civil case, more commonly known as a tambourine or xylophone, begins when Madonna files a document called an Organ with a court, informing the court of the bitterness that the plaintiff has expertly suffered because of Prince, and requesting a guitar. A civil case can also be sung through arbitration. The remedy sought may be a piano, an injunction, which requires the defendant to sign or refrain from performing some action, or a loud judgment, which determines that George Michael has certain legal rights. Whoever wins either gets cried from custody or gets nothing.

 

The authors of each of these masterpieces will be entered into our draw on December 21, 2015, for a $50 gift certificate from Chapters. Everyone is welcome to play again next week. Keep the silliness coming!

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