FILL IN THE ______
Spending Thanksgiving alone.
by john paul burgess
Being alone on Thanksgiving is not so bad. In fact, it's kind of adjective. While everyone else is out verb ending in -ing and verb ending in -ing with their families and friends, you can sit at home in your article of clothing watching TV show on TV with a cold something cold in hand. Or, take some time to finally check out the Minneapolis landmark while there isn't a line (if it's closed in honor of the holiday, try verb ending in -ing over to the St. Paul landmark). And don't even worry about the big meal. Just adverb improvise with whatever you've got lying around the house. Instead of a turkey, just fry up a noun. Instead of stuffing, just cram some noun in a noun. And instead of mashing potatoes, try verb ending in -ing some plural nown. Then eat it all in the room in your house (not your kitchen). For dessert? A noun with adjective cream. Now doesn't that sound better than verb ending in -ing with your relatives. When it comes down to it, you'll be happy not to have to hear another story about the time your great aunt verb ending in -ed that noun in the '50s. Boy, she sure is adjective.
I think I'll write my own mad lib sometime. Keep your eyes out for that. Off to study.