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June 29, 2020

The Easiest & Funniest Baby Shower Mad Libs

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Baby Shower Mad Libs – A Classic Reinvented

Baby Shower Mad Libs is an age-old template word game, that has now been reinvented for baby showers.

How it works is, the host prompts the baby shower guests to list words (onto page 1), Those words, are the fit into the blank spaces on page 2, to create a new story. The new story, which is often nonsensical and comical, is read out loud to the guests. It also serves as a gift for mom-to-be.

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There are two ways to play baby shower mad libs. The most popular method is the method explained above, where the host prints out only one set of sheets. Together, the guests (prompted by the host) complete page 1 (by adding verbs, adverbs, nouns, etc – provided below). This is the preferred method because everyone gets involved in the same document, and the game is completed quickly.

The alternate method is that each guest gets a copy of page 1 (to complete with verbs, nouns, adverbs, etc – as provided below). Once they are all done with page 1, the host gives each person page 2. Do not give them both sheets at the same time – it is less fun that way. The guests are then to copy their words from page 1, onto page 2. This is often hilarious and nonsensical, too. Each person is to read their rendition to the group.

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Nouns

Nouns are names of person, places, or things.

apple fifth scale
arithmetic finger seashore
badge flock sidewalk
basket frame sleet
basketball furniture smoke
battle geese bathtub
beast ghost nose
beetle giraffe sidewalk
beggar governor son (boy)
brain honey stage
bubble hope station
bucket income throat
cactus island throne
cannon jeans title
cattle (cow) judge toothbrush
celery lamp turkey
cellar lettuce umbrella
cloth marble underwear
coach month vacation
coast north (south, east, west) vegetable
crate ocean poison
cream patch riddle
daughter (girl) plane scale
donkey playground visitor
earthquake poison voyage
feast riddle year

Verbs

Verbs are action words. You may need to change the verb you use another tense by adding –ed or –ing.

question add itch
reach allow jog
rinse bake jump
run bang jump
scatter call kick
stay chase knit
swim damage land
talk drop lock
turn end march
untie escape mix
use fasten name
vanish fix notice
visit gather obey
walk grab open
work hang pass
yawn hug pitch
yell imagine promise

Adjectives

Adjectives are descriptive words. They modify or tell about nouns.

abundant delightful high nutritious square
adorable dirty hollow obedient steep
agreeable drab hot obnoxious sticky
alive dry hot odd straight
angry dusty huge old-fashioned strong
beautiful eager icy orange substantial
better early immense panicky sweet
bewildered easy important petite swift
big elegant inexpensive plain tall
bitter embarrassed itchy powerful tart
black empty jealous prickly tasteless
blue faint jolly proud teeny
boiling faithful juicy puny teeny-tiny
brave famous kind purple tender
breeze fancy large purring thankful
broad fast late quaint thoughtless
broken fat lazy quick tiny
bumpy few light quiet ugliest
calm fierce little rainy ugly
careful filthy lively rapid uneven
chilly flaky long red uninterested
chubby flat loose relieved unsightly
clean fluffy loud repulsive uptight
clever freezing low rich vast
clumsy fresh lumpy rotten victorious
cold full magnificent round warm
colossal gentle mammoth salty weak
cool gifted many scary wet
creepy gigantic massive scrawny west
crooked glamorous melted screeching whispering
cuddly gray messy shallow white
curly greasy miniature short wide
curved great modern shy wide-eyed
damaged green mushy silly witty
damp grumpy mysterious skinny wooden
dead handsome narrow slow worried
deafening happy nervous small wrong
deep heavy nice soft yellow
defeated helpful noisy sparkling young
delicious helpless numerous sparse yummy

Adverbs

Adverbs tell how something is done. They modify (tell about) a verb, adjective, or another adjective. They frequently end in –ly.

actually famously jaggedly perfectly smoothly
almost far jealously playfully softly
always fast joyfully politely solidly
angrily fatally justly poorly sometimes
annually ferociously keenly positively soon
anxiously foolishly kindly powerfully speedily
arrogantly fortunately knowingly promptly sternly
awkwardly frankly lazily properly strictly
badly frantically less quicker successfully
bashfully freely lightly quickly suddenly
beautifully fully likely quietly surprisingly
blindly furiously limply rapidly suspiciously
boldly generally lively rarely sweetly
bravely generously loosely readily swiftly
briefly gently loudly really sympathetically
brightly gladly lovingly reassuringly tenderly
briskly gleefully madly recklessly terribly
busily gracefully merrily regularly thankfully
calmly gratefully miserably reluctantly thoughtfully
carefully greatly mockingly repeatedly tightly
carelessly greedily monthly rigidly tomorrow
certainly happily more roughly too
cheerfully hastily mortally rudely truly
clearly healthily mostly sadly truthfully
cleverly heavily naturally safely upbeat
closely helpfully nearly searchingly upward
coolly helplessly neatly sedately urgently
courageously highly nervously seemingly vainly
cruelly honestly never seldom vastly
curiously hopelessly nicely selfishly very
daintily hourly noisily separately viciously
deeply hungrily normally seriously violently
delightfully immediately not shakily warmly
dimly innocently oddly sharply weakly
dreamily instantly often sheepishly well
easily intensely only shrilly wetly
excitedly intently openly shyly wildly
extremely interestingly painfully silently wisely
fairly inwardly partially sleepily worriedly
faithfully irritably patiently slowly wrongly

Happy Playing!

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