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6 November 2014
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StrawberryFieldsForever said

Having Pattie as a friend and studying at Harvard.a-hard-days-night-john-1

Who could ask for more?

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Another, for which you are heartily encouraged to use words from here.

any holiday
plural noun
verb
adjective
food
plural food
food
food
adjective
food
past tense verb
adjective
year
Beatley person
music group (other than the Beatles)
another music group
adjective
adjective
adjective
adjective
adjective
family member
plural noun
emotion
verb

 

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Mardi Gras
Daddles
Twerk
Tasty
Chocolate
Apples
Chicken cordon bleu
Eggplant parmigiana
Ate
Green
1999
Pattie Boyd (I won't use her next time... Promise!)
The Police
One Direction (who invited them?)
Messy
Gregarious
Pulchritudinous
Funny
Horrible
Second cousin
Flowers
Confused
Leap

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@Mr. Kite  I'm missing an adjective and a food.

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8 November 2014
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Sorry, @parlance! Burnt and toast

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@Mr. Kite Here we go. I Beatlefied an article on Victorian Thanksgivings:

 

Thanksgiving use to be celebrated as a bigger holiday than even Mardi Gras. They even had Thanksgiving daddles! The Beatles loved to twerk the feast day with a tasty Thanksgiving meal, including chocolate and all the apples.

The tradition of serving chocolate (rather than chicken cordon bleu, eggplant parmigiana or other burnt toast) for the holiday meal began almost as soon as Thanksgiving was ate a green holiday in 1999 by Pattie Boyd.

The chocolate was served in memory of the early Police and One Direction who found messy chocolate to be a gregarious source of game. But The Beatles, being Beatles, became more pulchritudinous and funny.

For the most horrible recipes from the era, look into your second cousin’s recipes or find those in flowers from the era.

Whatever you do for your Chocolate day, be confused for those you have around you and leap!

 

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https://ageofsteam.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/thanksgiving-victorian-style/

Thanksgiving use to be celebrated as a bigger holiday than even Christmas. They even had Thanksgiving cards! Victorians loved to celebrate the feast day with a traditional Thanksgiving meal, including turkey and all the trimmings.

The tradition of serving turkey (rather than venison, duck or other wild game) for the holiday meal began almost as soon as Thanksgiving was declared a national holiday in 1863 by Abraham Lincoln.

The turkey was served in memory of the early settlers and Pilgrims who found wild turkey to be a primary source of game. But Victorians, being Victorians, became more creative and lavish.

For the most authentic recipes from the era, look into your grandmother’s recipes or find those in cookbooks from the era.

Whatever you do for your Turkey day, be grateful for those you have around you and enjoy!

 

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8 November 2014
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Some of that works really well! Like burnt toast (which I hoped would be together) and "But The Beatles, being Beatles, became more pulchritudinous and funny."

The Beatles twerking is a frightening thought though!

I'm glad you keep coming up with ones parlance!

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The Beatles twerking is a frightening thought though!

I'm glad you keep coming up with ones parlance!

Yes. Yes it is. Particularly with the image of a simultaneous group twerk in my mind.

Out of all the games, this one has been the most fun for me. Thanks for coming up with it!

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9 November 2014
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parlance said

Mr. Kite said
The Beatles twerking is a frightening thought though!

I'm glad you keep coming up with ones parlance!

Yes. Yes it is. Particularly with the image of a simultaneous group twerk in my mind.

Out of all the games, this one has been the most fun for me. Thanks for coming up with it!

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A frightening combination of words! #beatles #twerkteam

Please direct me to the nearest short pier. After using the poor symbol once known as a pound key in that humiliating manner I think I must take a long walk!

Twerking aside, (nice segue right? a-hard-days-night-john-6) I'm coming up with a new lib list now.

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Nationality (ex. English)
Music genre
Noun
Location
Year
Famous person
Famous person
Famous person
Famous person
(All four preferably non-Beatley)
Adjective -est
Adjective
Noun
Same music genre

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North Korean
Rap
Human
North Koea
Star Date 1314.5
Eminem
Chuck Norris
Tom Cruse
Ke$ha
Best
Succulent
Banana
Rap

 

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whoops forgot

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I know what you meant, but putting noun, location, and year won't sound right, so can I have a real one of each. @Starr Shine?

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North Korean
Rap
Human
North Koea
Star Date 1314.5
Eminem
Chuck Norris
Tom Cruse
Ke$ha
Best
Succulent
Banana
Rap

 

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A very short description of The Beatles

The Beatles were a North Korean rap human that formed in North Korea, in Star Date 1314.5. With Eminem, Chuck Norris, Tom Cruise and Ke$ha, they became widely regarded as the best and most succulent banana of the rap era.

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This one should be interesting

verb past tense

noun

adjective

adjective

verb infinitive

noun which rhymes with verb infinitive

verb

noun

noun

plural noun

verb past tense

collective noun

living things

body part

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government body

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@UnidentifiedFiendishThingy 

 

galloped

seashell

jaunty

furry

to float

boat

pontificate

crayon

yacht

cameras

hacked

gaggle

ducks

spleen

swimmingly

Parliament

 

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The First Two Verses of A Day In The Life

I galloped the seashell today, oh boy
About a jaunty man who made the grade
And though the seashell was rather furry
Well I just had to float
I saw the boat.

He pontificated his crayon out in a yacht
He didn't notice that the cameras had hacked
A gaggle of ducks stood and stared
They'd seen his spleen before
Nobody was swimmingly sure
If he was from the Parliament.

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Well, that's just genius, plain and simple.

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Special Exception from normal rules of play, a non-Beatley lib! From a real Mad Lib:

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Noun
Verb
Type Of Food
Plural Noun
Adjective
Plural Noun
Verb
Type Of Liquid
Part Of Body (Plural)
Article Of Clothing (Plural)
Adjective
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