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Edited by unfortunatezorua on Feb 8th 2019 at 3:11:06 AM
That's a unit of distance.
If 36 isn't fixed in time...
Edit: I see it's fixed. Carry on, then.
Edited by Berrenta on Feb 8th 2019 at 8:03:35 AM
39. Office workers
40. The little dog
42. Hip dislocation
44. carbon fiber
Are you going to post the completed mad lib, Taco Badger?
Edited by The_Dag on Feb 8th 2019 at 6:40:24 PM
Road to Danville
In Australia 1453, two Australian murderers, the dexterous Roy Batty, and the intelligent, theremin-playing Hamlet, win a map to the Enjoyable City of Silk: Danville, in a rigged gambling match (though ironically they end up winning the map fairly). After being accused of cheating with loaded wheels, the two evade capture by faking a pencil duel and hiding in crate, which are shortly loaded onto one of the dirigibles to be led by John Curtin to the ďConfusing WorldĒ. During the trip, they are caught as stowaways but manage to break free and take a helicopter with the help of Curtin's numbat, Steve. They land at an unknown shore at the edge of Singapore, and Hamlet begins to recognize landmarks stated on the map. The map leads them to a relief outside of a waterfall where a young oligarch approaches them, chased by a number of janitors. The janitors see Roy and Hamlet riding Steve as the same as a nearby religious chiseled image, and believing them to be draconequuses, escort them and the oligarch under the falls and into Danville, truly a city made of silk.
Roy and Hamlet are brought to the city's elders, Godfather Sirius Black and high hunter Gon Freecs. While Sirius warmly welcomes them to the city, Gon mainly sees them as a way to enhance his own standing. Gon also believes that with the arrival of the draconequuses comes "The Century of the Ibex", a century in which the city will be purged of all lazy people. Roy and Hamlet begin to argue on what to do. Everyone is convinced they are draconequuses when as a bushfire starts to occur, Roy yells at Hamlet to stop, and the bushfire suddenly stops. After celebrations offered by both Sirius and Gon, the two are taken to private quarters along with the oligarch they met earlier, Anatoly Chubais, who has seen through their ploy but offers to help maintain it as long as they give her a share of the silk and take her with them when they leave. Roy tells Sirius that they are only here for a visit but will need a unicycle built to leave the city with the silk the city has showered upon them.
Sirius says it will take them at least 1,337 days to construct a unicycle to carry both them and the silk given to them by the people of Danville. Anatoly encourages Hamlet to continue to explore the city while she gets close to Roy. Hamlet finds the streets empty and sees an esoteric man being pushed by a janitor, who tells him Gon had ordered the streets cleared to prepare for a sacrifice by the draconequuses' orders. Hamlet begins playing a theremin and begins to bond with the people. When Gon sees Hamlet playing Monopoly with local office workers, he demands that the draconequuses play against the city's best players. During the match, Roy and Hamlet are clearly over-matched, but Anatoly replaces a tarantula with a little dog, allowing the two to cheat and win the game. However, when Gon offers to have the defeated players sacrificed, Hamlet declares there is no need for sacrifices.
While leaving, Gon sees a small dislocation on Hamlet's thumb and realizes that he is not a draconequus. Gon conjures a giant carbon fiber ibex to chase them through the city. Roy and Hamlet manage to outwit the carbon fiber ibex, causing both it and Gon to fall into a giant creek, thought to be the entrance to the kraken world. Gon comes to outside Danville, where Curtin and his men are searching for silk. Thinking Curtin is a true draconequus, Gon quickly offers to lead them to Danville. With their unicycle completed and loaded with silk, Roy is ready to leave but Hamlet announces that he will be staying because he finds the city peaceful. As Roy and Anatoly start to leave, they spot a moon on the horizon, realizing that Curtin and his men are quickly approaching the city with the help from Gon. To protect the city from the Australian troops, Roy determines they can use the unicycle to slam against rock formations under the waterfall path that will cave in and block access to the city.
The city's residents start to pull down a large chair to create a wave to propel the unicycle, but Roy cannot get the sails up to give the unicycle enough speed to avoid the chair. Hamlet forgoes his chance to stay in the city and jumps into the unicycle with Steve to finish hoisting the sails. The unicycle clears the chair in time, and Roy's plan is successful; though the unicycle is sunk and its silk is lost, the entrance to Danville is sealed for good. Roy, Hamlet, Anatoly, and Steve hide as Gon brings Curtin and his men towards the waterfall. Once Gon finds out that the entrance has been blocked, an angry Curtin takes this as a lie. Curtin and his men then march away with an envious Gon in their hands. Roy and Hamlet though disappointed they lost their treasure, take off in a different direction for a new adventure (with Anatoly), unaware that Steve still wears the silk waistcoat he was outfitted with in the city.
Edited by TacoBadger on Feb 9th 2019 at 6:54:20 AM
Can I make the next mad lib?
Also, what's the source?
Alright. I thought it was a movie from the Road to ... series.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Feb 10th 2019 at 12:39:28 AM
The Road to El Dorado
Sirius Black is appropriately a godfather.
4. bad situation.
5. time period.
10. positive adjective.
16. family member.
18. body part.
20. bad situation.
22. time period.
24. Player of a sport.
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