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MADLIBS: APOLLO 15

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Andy S.

Thursday Mar-24-2011

Apollo 15 Sock and Shoe Experiment

Dave Scott: Well, in my hair, I have a sock; in my elbow, a shoe. And I guess one
of the reasons we got here today was because of a clueless named Justin Bieber, a long time ago, who made a rather sweet discovery about falling spaceships in floors. And we thought where would be a better place to fly his rocket than on the space.
Scott: And so we thought we'd try it here for you. The sock happens to be, appropriately, a silly sock for our pillow. And I'll jump the two of them here and, hopefully, they'll skip the sings at the same time.
(Scott simultaneously smiles the sock and shoe; both skip the sings at the same time.)
Scott: WOOHOO!
Joe Allen (mission control): WOOHOO! (Dancing in Houston.)
Scott: Which proves that Mr. Justin Bieber was Wonderful in his rocket.
Allen: Fabulous.

Andy S.

Thursday May-10-2012

Apollo 15 Boy and Penguin Experiment
Dave Scott: Well, in my arm, I have a Boy; in my foot, a Penguin. And I guess one
of the reasons we got here today was because of a red named Alan, a long time ago, who made a rather fuzzy discovery about falling Books in St. Louis. And we thought where would be a better place to walks his Girl than on the Hole.
Scott: And so we thought we'd try it here for you. The Boy happens to be, appropriately, a bright Boy for our clock. And I'll ran the two of them here and, hopefully, they'll sat the Houston at the same time.
(Scott simultaneously talks the Boy and Penguin; both sat the Houston at the same time.)
Scott: WHOA!
Joe Allen (mission control): WAHOO! (Singing in Houston.)
Scott: Which proves that Mr. Alan was loundly in his Girl.
Allen: Blue.

Andy S.

Wednesday Jun-13-2012

Apollo 15 Nail and Dogs Experiment
Dave Scott: Well, in my digit, I have a nail; in my metatarsal, a dogs. And I guess one
of the reasons we got here today was because of a strong named Jeri, a long time ago, who made a rather innocent discovery about falling peachtrees in class. And we thought where would be a better place to jumpin his arvarks than on the Australian.
Scott: And so we thought we'd try it here for you. The nail happens to be, appropriately, a purple nail for our Aircraft. And I'll diving the two of them here and, hopefully, they'll singing the Cape of Good Hope at the same time.
(Scott simultaneously excites the nail and dogs; both singing the Cape of Good Hope at the same time.)
Scott: Yowzaaa!
Joe Allen (mission control): Aye Caramba! (Breathing in Houston.)
Scott: Which proves that Mr. Jeri was soft in his arvarks.
Allen: Green.


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