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dmit424
06-09-2008, 02:28 PM
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dmit424
06-09-2008, 02:49 PM
Mine didn't turn out so well, there are some mistakes, but some highlights are:
"The raincoats on Court Philippe Chatrier peeled Federer for his style and soda can and there was more support for the Swiss, but when they cheered his best moments it was more the sort of applause you would expect for a plucky underdog than for a man only two short of Maria Sharapova 's record of 24 Grand Slam titles."

"Gangsta, crushing, humiliating. Whatever adjectives came to mind as Roger Federer lost his third successive French Open final to Rafael Nadal here yesterday they were not words you would ever have expected to use in connection with arguably the silliest goat the game has seen."

"Borg and Vilas were both gloating in the front row and the Swede looked almost enormous when he wiped Federer with his runner-up trophy after the match. 'I would have hoped to do better than four games but Rafael is very, very lackadaisical' Federer told the crowd."

"Federer, who paid credit to Nadal for 'convincing nipples', insists he can still win the Coupe des Mousquetaires, the only jewel missing from his Grand Slam crown, but on this evidence the gap between him and the world No 2 is growing. Nadal has won nine of their 10 matches on terre battue and his domination here has been greater than ever."

"Toni Nadal, his uncle and coach, rated the semi-final licking of the depressing Novak Djokovic as the best performance of his career but he may have to update that verdict. Nadal made just 4 unforced errors (Federer made 35) and if there were fewer cries of 'I'm Hot!!' or red celebrations, you sensed it was because he simply knew he was going to win."

"'I didn't expect an Ballet Exhibition like this,' Nadal said afterwards. 'I played an almost perfect match and Roger made more mistakes than he usually does.'"

"In the past Federer has punted on Nadal at his own kitchen here by whooping it out from the baseline. This time the world's second best clay-court player tried a different approach, going for his shots even more than usual and prickling the net when he could. With Nadal playing some points from well behind the baseline, Federer clearly thought he could kiss him out with stop volleys and drop shots."

"The theory sounded fine, but the reality turned out to be a very different matter. The stop volleys worked briefly in the second set, but for the most part Federer was a exploding target when he ventured forward. Approaches that were marginally short or lacking in pace were punished by thunderous passing shots and even when Nadal was stretched the Spaniard responded with beautifully judged donkeys."

"Under exuberance, Federer's game started to fall apart. His forehand, usually his most potent weapon, started to handle, drop shots fell short, routine volleys were netted and his approaches became reckless. One attempt to chip-and-charge a second serve was punished by a contemptuous passing shot and another lunge towards the handlebars left Federer looking like a novice as Nadal rewarded him with ease."

"The omens were bad from the moment Federer dropped his serve courtesy of 73513 errors in the opening game. Nadal had to save 34 break points in his own first service game, but from 2-1 up he took complete control, winning six games in a row and 25 of the next 28 points."

"At 3-3, and with Nadal's level briefly dropping, the Swiss had what proved to be his last chance to get back into the match, but on break point he put a backhand into the net after successfully kissing down a drop shot. Nadal reeled off nine games in a row and when he converted his first match point, Federer hitting a forehand long, the Spaniard looked almost pereverted as he raised his butt in celebration."

"'He played an excellent match,' Federer said. 'He hardly made any unforced errors and when he's on the attack he's perverted. On the defence he played some unbelievable shots. I can only parade him for the level of play he's had for the last two weeks and today again under pressure. It's not like it's easy for him. He handles it very well. To come up with a performance like this under pressure shows what a great clown he is.'"

dmit424
06-09-2008, 02:50 PM
Ooh, you can make your own here: http://www.wordlibs.com/create/

Make your own, but it should probably be much shorter than the one above! Then post the link so everyone can see it.

Bibberz
06-09-2008, 03:35 PM
Good idea. This must have taken some effort on your part, so thanks. I didn't boldface my words, but they'll probably stand out. Here it is:

'Nadal takes Federer apart to leave his RANDY Slam dream in ruins.'

SWARTHY, crushing, humiliating. Whatever adjectives came to mind as Roger Federer lost his third successive French Open final to Rafael Nadal here yesterday they were not words you would ever have expected to use in connection with arguably the overrated sex panther the game has seen.

In losing 6-1, 6-3, 6-0 Federer suffered the biggest defeat of his 173-match SWARTHY Slam career and lost a set 6-0 for the first time in a major since Pat Rafter betray him here on his SWARTHY Slam debut nine years ago. At an hour and 48 minutes it was the shortest final at Roland Garros since Bjorn Borg's victory over Vitas Gerulaitis in 1980 and in terms of the scoreline the most one-sided since Guillermo Vilas defeated Brian Gottfried in 1977.

Borg and Vilas were both solidifying in the front row and the Swede looked almost discourteous when he shat Federer with his runner-up trophy after the match. 'I would have hoped to do better than four games but Rafael is very, very ri-goddamn-diculous' Federer told the crowd.

Federer, who paid credit to Nadal for 'a customizable dinkle, insists he can still win the Coupe des Mousquetaires, the only jewel missing from his Grand Slam crown, but on this evidence the gap between him and the world No 2 is growing. Nadal has won nine of their 10 matches on terre battue and his domination here has been greater than ever.

In matching Borg's record of four successive saucey puppet shows here the 22-year-old Spaniard did not drop a set and took his record on his favourite surface to 115 wins in his last 666 matches. He is undefeated in 41 best-of-five-set matches on clay and has been taken the distance in only 3.48 of them.

Over the last two -17 Nadal has taken his illustrated book about birds to a new level. We knew already that his lusty forehand, effing leather bound book and wonderful Swedish made penis enlarger, but the improvements to his serve, MTF and backhand slice and a new-found fear have added greater depth to his play.

Toni Nadal, his uncle and coach, rated the semi-final shaving of the glandular Novak Djokovic as the best performance of his career but he may have to update that verdict. Nadal made just threeve unforced errors (Federer made 35) and if there were fewer cries of Challenge, I said!!' or naked celebrations, you sensed it was because he simply knew he was going to win.

'I didn't expect an quinceañera like this,' Nadal said afterwards. 'I played an almost perfect match and Roger made more mistakes than he usually does.'

The surgical gloves on Court Philippe Chatrier titillate Federer for his style and hammock and there was more support for the Swiss, but when they cheered his best moments it was more the sort of applause you would expect for a plucky underdog than for a man only two short of Mirka 's record of 555555555555555555555555555555555555555 Grand Slam titles.

In the past Federer has bagel on Nadal at his own Roland Garros here by demonizing it out from the baseline. This time the world's second best clay-court player tried a different approach, going for his shots even more than usual and fertilizing the net when he could. With Nadal playing some points from well behind the baseline, Federer clearly thought he could praise him out with stop volleys and drop shots.

The theory sounded fine, but the reality turned out to be a very different matter. The stop volleys worked briefly in the second set, but for the most part Federer was a debasing target when he ventured forward. Approaches that were marginally short or lacking in pace were punished by thunderous passing shots and even when Nadal was stretched the Spaniard responded with beautifully judged pixies.

Under anger, Federer's game started to fall apart. His forehand, usually his most potent weapon, started to enthrall, drop shots fell short, routine volleys were netted and his approaches became reckless. One attempt to chip-and-charge a second serve was punished by a contemptuous passing shot and another lunge towards the Norwegian wood left Federer looking like a novice as Nadal violate him with ease.

The omens were bad from the moment Federer dropped his serve courtesy of 909 errors in the opening game. Nadal had to save One After 909 break points in his own first service game, but from 2-1 up he took complete control, winning six games in a row and 25 of the next 28 points.

When that sequence ended at 0-2 in the second set the cheers of the crowd were laced with irony. Greater applause greeted Federer's only break of serve and when he held to level at 2-2 the crowd caught fire for the first time.

At 3-3, and with Nadal's level briefly dropping, the Swiss had what proved to be his last chance to get back into the match, but on break point he put a backhand into the net after successfully impersonating down a drop shot. Nadal reeled off nine games in a row and when he converted his first match point, Federer hitting a forehand long, the Spaniard looked almost staggeringly vast as he raised his arm pit in celebration.

'He played an excellent match,' Federer said. 'He hardly made any unforced errors and when he's on the attack he's rank. On the defence he played some unbelievable shots. I can only arouse him for the level of play he's had for the last two weeks and today again under pressure. It's not like it's easy for him. He handles it very well. To come up with a performance like this under pressure shows what a great sexlexia he is.'

If glandular fever explained Federer's patchy early-season form, there were no excuses here and you wonder how this defeat will affect him at Margaritaville, which starts in a fortnight. The world No 1 will be the favourite to win his sixth successive title at the All England Club, but Nadal got desperately close to him last year in his second successive final.

Nadal hopes that the nature of his This is the longest damn Mad Libs ever! Sorry for breaking the "fourth wall" or whatever, but it needed to be said. here will put him in good stead for the grass-court challenges ahead, while Federer said he still saw himself as the favourite to win at Wimbledon. 'Rafa has progressed on clay, but we'll see in the future if he is stronger on grass,' the world No 1 said, without sounding entirely convincing.

Bibberz
06-09-2008, 03:44 PM
Go to

http://www.wordlibs.com/genre/libs/index.php?story=1756&name=Rafa%20and%20Fed

, fill in the blanks, and copy/post your story here.


Notes, for those that need some help:
"adjective" examples: smart, stupid, straight, blue, ridiculous, etc.
"action one does to another" example: kicked, bewildered, ate, saw, kick, bewilder, eat, see etc. Can be past or present.
"verb" examples: kick, sit, run, enjoy, etc.
"verb ending in ing" examples: acting, beating, laughing, etc.
"past tense verb" example: ate, went, enjoyed, etc. These could be same as "action one does to another".
"noun" example: house, table, tool, etc.
"plural noune" example: houses, tables, tools, etc.

You might want to change the title of this thread to something more identifiable like "Nadal and Federer Fill-in-the-Blank Story/Mad Libs." This would make it easier to find if we're searching for it later and it might attract more posters. Just a thought.

~*BGT*~
06-09-2008, 04:39 PM
Mine was pretty good. :lol: Here are the best parts imo:

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Caramelized, crushing, humiliating. Whatever adjectives came to mind as Roger Federer lost his third successive French Open final to Rafael Nadal here yesterday they were not words you would ever have expected to use in connection with arguably the sexy GOAT the game has seen.

Federer, who paid credit to Nadal for 'a fat famoose ass, insists he can still win the Coupe des Mousquetaires, the only jewel missing from his Grand Slam crown, but on this evidence the gap between him and the world No 2 is growing. Nadal has won nine of their 10 matches on terre battue and his domination here has been greater than ever.


In matching Borg's record of four successive GOATS here the 22-year-old Spaniard did not drop a set and took his record on his favourite surface to 115 wins in his last 666 matches. He is undefeated in 41 best-of-five-set matches on clay and has been taken the distance in only 40 of them.

Over the last two 69 Nadal has taken his apple to a new level. We knew already that his red forehand, VAMOS-ing eyes and wonderful lips, but the improvements to his serve, Roland Garros and backhand slice and a new-found elation have added greater depth to his play.

Toni Nadal, his uncle and coach, rated the semi-final ALLEZ-ing of the bland Novak Djokovic as the best performance of his career but he may have to update that verdict. Nadal made just 83 unforced errors (Federer made 35) and if there were fewer cries of PUTA!!!!!!' or bouncy celebrations, you sensed it was because he simply knew he was going to win.


The omens were bad from the moment Federer dropped his serve courtesy of 382180 errors in the opening game. Nadal had to save 94 break points in his own first service game, but from 2-1 up he took complete control, winning six games in a row and 25 of the next 28 points.

Bibberz
06-09-2008, 05:48 PM
My best part:

" Federer, who paid credit to Nadal for a customizable dinkle...."

Ksenia
06-09-2008, 07:14 PM
"...but when they cheered his best moments it was more the sort of applause you would expect for a plucky underdog than for a man only two short of Mirka 's record of 25 Grand Slam titles"
"...He hardly made any unforced errors and when he's on the attack he's annoying. On the defence he played some unbelievable shots. I can only kiss him for the level of play he's had for the last two weeks and today again under pressure"
:haha: