In my day, it was Mad Libs. But way back when in ye olden times, it was Peter Coddle. Each printed red strip of vintage paper is a part of a story you read out when the narrator comes to a sentence with a blank object or subject. They are hilarious! These were taken out of a vintage game and randomly placed into packs of 10.
Make your own sentences with them, use them on cards or scrapbook pages, they're just good clean fun.
Peter Coddle Pieces: 10 pieces
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