Mad Lib’s!

mad-libs-computerPunch Debt in the Face has a great post up today: Personal Finance Mad Lib

The blank version: Hi my name is (blank) . I currently have (blank) dollars in my wallet. When I started managing my finances I was worth (blank), and now have a net worth of (blank). I currently work (blank) and have been doing it for (blank) years. I make roughly (blank) per year. I want to have (blank) waiting for me when it comes time to retire. Aside from learning about finances, I really enjoy (blank). I think the world would be a better place if (blank) didn’t exist. I had (blank) for dinner last night and it was (blank). I have had (blank) significant others over the course of my lifetime (counting awkward middle school relationships). One thing that makes me different is (blank). Now that I’m done with this mad lib, I think I’m going to (blank).

Fill in the blanks, post it either here in the comments, over at Ninja’s webite, or on your own blog. If you do the latter 2, put a link in my comment box. I would love to read them! Have fun!

My Version? You can find it in the comment section at Punch Debt in the Face

4 thoughts on “Mad Lib’s!

  1. Debt Ninja

    Thanks funk master flex for posting up. I’ll be compiling them shortly and making a mega mad lib blog with a link to your site included :) Keep on plugging and chugging at that Net Worth too. I don’t think I would have pegged ya as a gothic music listener, but I guess that was the point of the mad lib, to learn new things!

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    1. admin

      Although its not a goth pic here is a totally 80s pic of me. LOL. All in the same era – goth, new wave, and punk. How funny to reminisce.

      And thank you for hosting such a fun post. Love Mad Libs! BTW, I didn’t have you down as loving tennis either. ;)

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  2. April

    Hi my name is April . I currently have zero dollars in my wallet because I tend to carry and spend very little cash on a daily basis. In fact, most days I spend 0 dollars. When I started managing my finances I was worth less than the bottom of the well, and now have a net worth of gosh darn, still in the hole, but I’m closer to climbing out of the well than I was. I currently work when I feel like it and have been doing it for way too many years. (No, I love my job, really and truly. I am self-employed and have been for a number of years.) I make roughly 20,000 per year, kinda sorta. I want to have Warren waiting for me when it comes time to retire. Aside from learning about finances, I really enjoy reading, being the Symphony roadie, writing, growing vegetables, doing community work. I think the world would be a better place if intolerance and greed didn’t exist. I had zucchini/onion pasta for dinner last night and it was wonderful because I am a decent cook. I have had more than I care to think about but not as many as you might think significant others over the course of my lifetime (counting awkward middle school relationships). (Hmmn, define “significant others.” If it was an unhappy relationship, does that count? Do hopeless junior high crushes count?) One thing that makes me different is I have had two stem cell transplants. Now that I’m done with this mad lib, I think I’m going to grab a shower and do some chores around the house.

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  3. admin

    LOL. Thanks April for joining in. I was considering the same guidelines when pondering on significant others. Unhappy relationships… I think I would have to say that they counted, but not jr. high school crushes. Crushes were so much fun!

    I noticed many mad libers don’t carry much cash around with them. I rarely use cash. My cash on hand was due to change in my wallet. I debit it, most of the time.

    Thanks for participating. I love learning new things about my blogging friends. :)

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