Ms. Bennett Mad Libs

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Olivia Winton, Features Writer

The following writings are Mad Libs submitted to the Gator Gazette. Writers had two options, “Ms. Bennett: The Superhero,” and “Ms. Bennett’s Free Vacation”.

Ms. Bennett: The Superhero 

By Andrew Petlev

It was 2:53 as Ms. Bennett sprinted out of WLMS and 

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into the parking lot. She looked up into the weak sky and saw it… the 

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possumsignal. Eagerly, she skipped back into WLMS and changed into her 

animal                  adverb          verb (past tense)                

crime-sorting outfit. She came out wearing a blue and orange mitten and 

    verb ending in “ing”                                                      article of clothing (singular)

blue sweaters. She was now Possum-Woman. Possum-Woman hastily approved

article of clothing (plural)    same animal          same animal                   verb ending in “ed”

into her smoothie to find where the trouble was. It didn’t take long for her to 

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find it. Crazy classrooms on campus were missing notebooks

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 ¡Ay, caramba! This will not stand,” she thought. There was no one better up 

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to the task than Possum-Woman!

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Ms. Bennett’s Free Vacation 

By Paige Touchet

Ms. Bennett went to pick up the phone, not expecting any new news. 

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“Congratulations Ms. Bennett! You are the winner of a 5 day free, 

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pre-paid vacation in Hawaii,” the voice said. After a beat of immense  silence, 

                                   destination                                                       adjective

Ms. Bennett shockingly said “Really! I won! I can’t believe it!” The voice on the 

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phone also added, “We will email you the info immediately,” before 

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hanging up. Ms. Bennett got to work and started planning what she would 

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do when she got to Hawaii. She decided she would need to visit the 

                            same destination

legendary Chile’s, see the famous sand statue, and–of course– taste the 

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infamously delicious ice cream. That night, Ms. Bennett packed her bags    

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and got ready for her flight. In the morning, Ms. Bennett saw her 

 

plane uber waiting for her and quickly made her way to the airport. “I am 

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so ready for this relaxing vacation,” she thought. 

                              adjective

 

Ms. Bennett’s Free Vacation 

By Andrew Petlev

Ms. Bennett sprinted to pick up the phone, not expecting any incredible news. 

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“Congratulations Ms. Bennett! You are the winner of a 3.14 day free, 

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pre-paid vacation in Universal Orlando Resort,” the voice said. After a beat of

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odorous silence, Ms. Bennett sarcastically said “Dagnabbit! I won! I can’t believe it!” The voice on 

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The phone disparagingly added, “We will toss you the info immediately,” before 

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hanging up. Ms. Bennett got to work and started appreciating what she would 

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do when she got to Universal. She decided she would need to visit the 

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legendary Paul Rudd, see the famous railroad, and–of course– taste the 

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infamously delicious America . That night, Ms. Bennett packed her drawings

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and got ready for her flight. In the morning, Ms. Bennett saw her 

 

plane asteroid waiting for her and willingly made her way to the airport. “I am 

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so ready for this spatial  vacation,” she thought. 

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Ms. Bennett: The Superhero

By Mrs. Higgins

It was midnight as Ms. Bennett traipsed out of WLMS and 

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into the parking lot. She looked up into the happy sky and saw it… the 

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weiner dogsignal.  Happily, she transferred back into WLMS and changed 

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into her Crime-schooling outfit. She came out wearing a blue and orange mortar board 

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and Blue graduation gowns. She was now Weiner Dog-Woman. 

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Weiner Dog-Woman hastily punted into her football to find where the trouble 

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was. It didn’t take long for her to find it. Accurate classrooms on campus were missing friends

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Seriously! This will not stand,” she thought. There was no one better up 

 exclamation

to the task than Weiner Dog-Woman!

                                same animal