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Luke Binkleywalker and the Giant Burger King Darth Vader Death Glass

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 Adam's recent blog post about the Disney Burger King glasses put a couple notions in my head: First it got me thinking about my old Star Wars glasses, with a Bloom County sidetrack, so I re-read the summaries on the backs of my Jedi glasses. They're not nearly as well-written as their Disney flick counterparts, probably because they function more like photo captions than film summaries. (I mean, seriously – Vader and Luke are throwing down, and we're bothering to mention the funky-hatted Imperial Dignitary, whose screen time you'll miss if you sneeze?)

Second, I thought how much fun it would be to play Mad Libs using those BK Disney glasses as templates:

It's the magic (NOUN) ride of a lifetime as Aladdin, with his pet (ANIMAL), Abu, takes to the streets of Agrabah for survival, fun and (PLURAL NOUN).
Aladdin falls in love with the (ADJECTIVE) Princess Jasmine.
But he believes she would never (VERB) a street rat like him.
Aladdin's luck changes with one
rub of a magic  (NOUN), releasing the shape-(VERB)ing, fun-loving,
(NOUN)-giving, all-powerful Genie, who turns him into a (NOUN).
In the final battle, Aladdin must overcome the (ADJECTIVE) sorcerer, Jafar, in order to win Jasmine's (BODY PART).

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December 8, 2008 - Posted by | 1980s, eighties, Film, Games, geek, Ohio, Weblogs

2 Comments »

  1. That is way too easy to do X-rated! (but obviously, fun)

    Comment by Kink | December 9, 2008 | Reply

  2. Hey, if you didn’t try to be vulgar when you played Mad Libs as a kid, you weren’t doing it right. :)

    Comment by John Booth | December 10, 2008 | Reply


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