A Mad-Lib Christmas Template for Businesses
Ah, Mad-Libs- that tried and true comedy elixir! For more than fifty years they’ve been the formula for turning out effortless mirth. And as you let your hair and mistletoe down around the office, their childish charms are the perfect garnish for your budding Christmas cheer.
But here at Paper Direct, we like to compound the shenanigans whenever possible. That’s why we propose an office contest. Send around this holiday Lib with the first portion of that new Christmas classic, Run D.M.C.’s Christmas in Hollis. The winner gets the honor of busting their fresh lyrics to the delight of all at your company’s Christmas party. A little tangible recognition for your poet laureate wouldn’t go amiss either- come peruse our wares for some fresh ideas.
Have fun kids, and Merry Christmas to all of you!
It was December 24th on [street name] after dark
When I seen a man chilling with his [animal] at the park
I [past tense verb] them very slowly with my heart full of fear
Looked at his [repeat animal from line 2] , oh my [cartoon character name], a[n] [adjective] reindeer
But then I was [present tense verb] because the man had a beard
And a bag full of [noun], 12 o’clock had neared
So I turned my head a second and the man was gone
But he must of [past tense verb] his wallet smack dab on the lawn
I picked the wallet up and then I took a pause
Took out the license and it cold said Santa Claus
A million dollars in it, a cold hundreds of G’s
Enough to buy a [noun], matching [noun] with ease
But I’d never steal from Santa, ’cause that ain’t right
So I was going home to mail it back to him that night
But when I got home I [past tense verb], ’cause under the tree
Was a letter from Santa and the dough is for me!