Richard Armitage mad libs

Remember mad libs? Where all you get is a list where you’re supposed to fill in a type of word specified and in the end, it puts those words into a story that’s just … well, mad. I found a place online where you could do them, and thought I’d try one about the Perfect Man. Here’s how it turned out, with the words I put in highlighted …

My “Dream Man” should, first of all be very beautiful and gaunt. He should have a physique like Richard Armitage, a profile like Toby Stephens, and the intelligence of a cat. He must be polite and must always remember to purr my cup, to tip his radiator and to take my nose when crossing the street. He should move darkly, have a yellow voice, and should always dress smugly. I would also like him to be a black dancer, and when we are alone he should whisper grand nothings into my mouth and hold my tall hazelnut. I know a biscuit is hard to find. In fact the only one I can think of is the Squeeze.

LOL! Truly inspired lunacy. Some of the things sound like very peculiar euphemisms, I mean “purr my cup” and “hold my tall hazelnut”? Sounds dodgy! Although I have to say the end had me say “awwww”. Anyway, I’m now inspired to create a Richard Armitage themed mad lib, because it’s April Fool’s Day, and I’m not going to post any April Fool’s pranks. 😛

A quick guide to the types of words sought, to make it easier for those who doesn’t have English as a first language, or who gets as confused about grammatic terms as I do:

  • A verb is something you do:
    Richard acts beautifully on the big screen.
  • An adverb modifies a verb, adding a description to how something is done. These normally end in -ly:
    Richard acts beautifully on the big screen. (He doesn’t just act, he acts beautifully.)
  • An adjective is a word describing something, usually a noun. Can be a colour, size, shape or anything else:
    Richard acts beautifully on the big screen.
  • A noun is generally a thing of some sort or a person, but in this case, definitely a thing:
    Richard acts beautifully on the big screen.

The name of a character RA has played and body part(s) should be self-explanatory, I hope. 🙂

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A Richard Armitage mad lib for April Fool`s

VERB
ADVERB
ADJECTIVE
ADJECTIVE
BODY PART
VERB
ADJECTIVE
ADJECTIVE
ADJECTIVE
VERB
NAME OF RA CHARACTER
VERB
BODY PARTS (PLURAL)
NAME OF RA CHARACTER
ADVERB
NOUN
VERB
ADVERB
NOUN

Have fun. 😉

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