April MadLib Day.

In lieu of deceiving my friends and other people that trust me, I decided to go in a bit of a different direction with April Fools Day this year. I brought back the MadLibs. I’ve done this before a few times on both Facebook and Twitter, and thought it fitting for a day like April 1. Here is the original text, which is all true by the way, and was subsequently parameterized for MadLibbage:

This year, for April Fools Day, I wanted to do something really fun, and I was short on ideas. I thought about changing all the clocks to different times, but I did that last year. The time I switched the sugar and the salt was fun, until my Dad had to toss out an entire container of coffee and was pretty mad about it. I guess it’s back to bad puns and terrible jokes, just like every day.

Yep, every word is true. I don’t do stuff like that any more. I guess it’s a function of getting older, but taking the wind out of someone’s sails for a joke just doesn’t appeal to me any more. So instead, we have the following MadLib results. Thanks to everyone who played along.

Kenneth  – @sqlstudent144

This year, for April Twitter Day, I wanted to do something really bitter, and I was short on ideas. I thought about swimming the banana to a different desk, but I did that last year. The time I stumbled the hat and the SQL Server was fun, until my Dad had to fly out an entire container of dinosaur and was pretty greasy about it. I guess it’s back to bad puns and squeaking jokes, just like every day.

If only I could be greasy like my Dad, maybe my jokes wouldn’t squeak?

Jen – @MidnightDBA

This year, for April Brain Day, I wanted to do something really smelly, and I was short on ideas. I thought about inhibiting the sneaker to a different flag, but I did that last year. The time I screeched the eyebrow and the hand lotion was fun, until my Dad had to blink out an entire container of half marathon and was pretty distorted about it. I guess it’s back to bad puns and fuzzy jokes, just like every day.

I do smelly things every day, though…

Brandi – @brandilarsen

This year, for April Puppy Day, I wanted to do something really solemn, and I was short on ideas. I thought about finishing the cactus to a different tablecloth, but I did that last year. The time I justified the pinky and the noun was fun, until my Dad had to typeset out an entire container of tea cups and was pretty grandiose about it. I guess it’s back to bad puns and ambitious jokes, just like every day.

Can *every* day be Puppy Day? Please?

 

Thanks for reading.

-D.

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