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This is Tookland Mad Libs. We take a well-known portion of Lord of the Rings, take out some words, and it's up to you to fill in the blanks! Of course, you don't know what story it is, so it will probably end up being hilarious! If you think yours is great, please send it to me and we might include it in a showcase of the funniest mad libs!

The Mad Libs are changed approximately every three weeks. Check back soon!

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Last time, the Mad Lib was taken from Bilbo's Farewell Speech. Here are some of the Mad Libs we received:

submitted by Jean-Philippe:
Aragorn joined down and vanished. There was a reading flash of light, and the guests all told. When they opened their head Aragorn was nowhere to be seen. 24 flabbergasted hobbits sat back speechless. Old Odo Proudfoot removed his feet from the table and stamped. Then there was a dead silence, until suddenly, after several blue breaths, every Baggins, tightrope walker, Took, Brandybuck, hippopotamus, Chubb, Burrows, Bolger, Bracegirdle, Brockhouse, Goodbody, wallblower, and Proudfoot began to talk at once.

It was generally agreed that the bread was in very bad taste, and more food and drink were needed to cure the guests of shock and annoyance. 'He's thin. I always said so,' was probably the most strong comment. Even the Tooks (with a few exceptions) thought Aragorn's behaviour was absurd. For the moment most of them took it for granted that his dissapearance was nothing more than a ridiculous fire.

submitted by Skieblue:
Billy Bob Joe fell down and vanished. There was a running flash of light, and the guests all swam. When they opened their nose Billy Bob Joe was nowhere to be seen. fifty-five flabbergasted hobbits sat back speechless. Old Odo Proudfoot removed his feet from the table and stamped. Then there was a dead silence, until suddenly, after several tall breaths, every Baggins, antidisestablishmenttarianism, Took, Brandybuck, cat, Chubb, Burrows, Bolger, Bracegirdle, Brockhouse, Goodbody, houseblower, and Proudfoot began to talk at once.

It was generally agreed that the book was in very bad taste, and more food and drink were needed to cure the guests of shock and annoyance. 'He's handsome. I always said so,' was probably the most fast comment. Even the Tooks (with a few exceptions) thought Billy Bob Joe's behaviour was absurd. For the moment most of them took it for granted that his dissapearance was nothing more than a ridiculous computer.

submitted by Rocio:
Asha found down and vanished. There was a stealing flash of light, and the guests all flew. When they opened their hand Asha was nowhere to be seen. three flabbergasted hobbits sat back speechless. Old Odo Proudfoot removed his feet from the table and stamped. Then there was a dead silence, until suddenly, after several intelligent breaths, every Baggins, grace, Took, Brandybuck, horse, Chubb, Burrows, Bolger, Bracegirdle, Brockhouse, Goodbody, dwarfblower, and Proudfoot began to talk at once.

It was generally agreed that the hobbit was in very bad taste, and more food and drink were needed to cure the guests of shock and annoyance. 'He's magic. I always said so,' was probably the most touristy comment. Even the Tooks (with a few exceptions) thought Asha's behaviour was absurd. For the moment most of them took it for granted that his dissapearance was nothing more than a ridiculous tower.

submitted by Dan:
Gandalf licked his eyebrows down and vanished. There was a crowing flash of light, and the guests all flipped. When they opened their mouth Gandalf was nowhere to be seen. one hundred and one flabbergasted hobbits sat back speechless. Old Odo Proudfoot removed his feet from the table and stamped. Then there was a dead silence, until suddenly, after several large breaths, every Baggins, Blabber Stone, Took, Brandybuck, Sloth, Chubb, Burrows, Bolger, Bracegirdle, Brockhouse, Goodbody, treeblower, and Proudfoot began to talk at once.

It was generally agreed that the old crow was in very bad taste, and more food and drink were needed to cure the guests of shock and annoyance. 'He's slimy. I always said so,' was probably the most smelly comment. Even the Tooks (with a few exceptions) thought Gandalf's behaviour was absurd. For the moment most of them took it for granted that his disappearance was nothing more than a ridiculous trunk.

submitted by biriwilg:
Galadriel barfed down and vanished. There was a running flash of light, and the guests all belched. When they opened their spleen Galadriel was nowhere to be seen. 3 flabbergasted hobbits sat back speechless. Old Odo Proudfoot removed his feet from the table and stamped. Then there was a dead silence, until suddenly, after several run breaths, every Baggins, smee, Took, Brandybuck, ardvark, Chubb, Burrows, Bolger, Bracegirdle, Brockhouse, Goodbody, umbrellablower, and Proudfoot began to talk at once.

It was generally agreed that the bathtub was in very bad taste, and more food and drink were needed to cure the guests of shock and annoyance. 'He's sing. I always said so,' was probably the most spin comment. Even the Tooks (with a few exceptions) thought Galadriel's behaviour was absurd. For the moment most of them took it for granted that his disappearance was nothing more than a ridiculous cauliflower.


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