Sugar Mad Lib:
“The jig is up, (term of endearment). Admit it: you ate all of my (plural of a type of candy). I can see it all over your (part of the body).”
My roommate had never been this (adjective) before, and I could not have been more (adjective). I knew he had (adjective) candy habits, but I hadn’t foreseen the (mythical creature) he would become upon (adverb ending in -ly) licking my fingers clean.
“I don’t know what you’re (verb ending in -ing) about, (degrading name),” I (past tense of a vocal verb), hoping my aggression would distract him as I (past tense verb) the wrappers in my (adjective) hands.
Then, out of (a place), he had tears streaming down his (part of the body)!
“You know (same plural of a type of candy) are the reason I (verb). They’re (adjective) on the outside, but (adjective) on the inside. What more could you ask for in a candy…in a friend?! HOW COULD YOU!”
I wiped the sweat off my (part of the body) and (past tense verb) through my teeth, “It was your (animal) who ate it. I swear on my (noun). I’m your (adjective) friend. You can trust me!”
After five more minutes of (verb ending in -ing), he (past tense verb) himself together, sniffled a little bit, and said, “I believe you. I’m sorry.” My (adjective) pal was back. He (past tense motion verb) over to me with open arms, and I opened mine with a (noun) on my lips.
“I’m so glad we’re frie—” he stopped mid-sentence and mid-hug as the wrappers fell out of my hands and onto the floor.
He looked down at them, up at me, down again, and back up before (verb ending in -ing) my face. He (past tense motion verb) out the door. I didn’t see him for (large number) (unit of time).
It was on a (mode of transportation) in (country) that I finally saw him again. I smiled softly at him with (adjective) eyes like old friends do. He shook his head, popped some (same plural of a type of candy) into his mouth, and that was the last I ever saw of him.
Songs that Sound Like Candy
And sweet recommended pairings:
- Everyday by Buddy Holly—Pairs well with a candy necklace and a sticky neck
- Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by The Andrews Sisters—Pairs well with Bit-O-Honey
- Super America by Bad Bad Hats—Pairs well with blue-flavored Tootsie Pop
- The Tide is High by Blondie—Pairs well with Wax Lips
- Phone by Lizzo—Pairs well with Pixie Stick dust sprinkled in the eyes
- Strawberry Blond by Mitski—Pairs well with Candy Powdered Filled Plastic Strawberry
- Just the Girl by The Click Five—Pairs well with 12 sleeves of Sixlets
- Nancy from Now On by Father John Misty—Pairs well with White Lindt Lindor Truffle in your mouth for three minutes
- Year 3000 by The Jonas Brothers—Pairs well with fun-sized 3 Musketeers
- Bright Whites by Kishi Bashi—Pairs well with a heaping handful of Zotz