The Great Axe Body Spray Reverse Mad Lib Contest
So, here’s a pretty interesting and amazing (and most importantly, fun!) contest put on by our friends over at The Campus Socialite involving the concept of “Reverse Mad Libs”. It may sound complex at first, but stick with it.
So, what is a Reverse Mad Lib? You know how regular madlibs have a full sentence and then are missing a single word you need to fill in? Well, in this case, TSB Magazine was given two words they must build sentences around. The two words WE were given are:
1. Tree Trunk
(See a common thread among the words they’re suggesting? Here’s a hint. The other words include “Frank N Beans,” “Tentpole,” and “Twig N Berries.”)
But we just can’t put up any old tweet. It has to fit the story that has already been laid down by a few other blogs just far. Here it is, so far:
SO! Now we have to come up with two tweets that use those two words. But before that, where does that leave you, contestant? How do you win? Take it away, Campus Socialite folk:
Each day, AXE and The Campus Socialite will pick 15 Honorable Mentions (who will receive AXE detailers) and 2 finalists, whose sentences will become part of the story for the next day. In the end, 2 of the 10 finalists will be chosen to receive an AXE Gift Pack.
So just make sure your tweets are directed @AXE and have a #madlibs hashtag and you’re entered. Make them smart, silly, fun, etc., and your chances of winning are that much better.
And now, without further adieu, here is TSB’s contribution:
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.