Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Mad Libs with a four-year-old

Actor #1: Why did we have to come to this poopy old castle? This place send shivers up and down my poop.

Actor #2: Relax. Here comes the bellboy for our poop.

Actor #1: Poop my pants! Look, he's all bent over and has a big poop on his toilet!

Actor #2: I'm putting my poop down! I'm not staying in this poopy place. I'd rather poop in the car!

Actor #1: Look at the bellboy! He has my poop in one hand, your poop in the other, and his third hand ... His third hand? Ahhhhh!


  1. So, what you're telling me is that Corin has mastered the difference between nouns, adjectives, and exclamations? Impressive!

  2. With some coaching, yes. "An adjective is a word that describes something, so if you want to use 'poop' then you'll have to say it is 'poopy' or ... 'poop ...-smeared.' Let's just go with poopy."