Take an old nursery rhyme, take the nouns and verbs out and replace with some awesome frugal article titles and you get the following Crazy Mad-Libs Inspired Festival of Frugality (if you want the traditional version of the festival, scroll down below). Thanks Dawn for the link to the wiki onÂ Mad-Libs.
Old dining room chair makeover for $21.00 Hubbard
Went to the cupboard
To get cheap food at farmer’s markets her poor dog a bone;
But when she came there
The my big fat inanimate object was bare,
And so the poor dog had none.
She took a clean dish
To get the million dollar savings club kick off some tripe;
But when aldi supermarket: price sheet & store information came back
He was saving 50% on clothes a pipe.
She went to the grocer’s
To buy free steps to start the journey out of debt some fruit;
But when she came back
He was playing the flute.
She’s retiring on your student loan to the undertaker’s
To are gas prices eating up your dining out budget him a coffin;
But when free stuff for the designated driver came back
The poor status symbols and keeping up with the Joneses is stupid was laughing.
She how I saved hundreds per month to the hatter’s
To reduce peak electrical usage him a hat;
But when free boxes for shipping via USPS came back
He was using fatwallet cash back when buying online the cat.
And now here’s the traditional format for the festival:
Jennie von Eggers at Creative Homeschooling presents Dining Room Chair Makeover for $21.00!.
Wenchypoo at Frugal Wisdom from Wenchypoo’s Warehouse presents My Big Fat Inanimate Object.
Amanda at Young and Broke presents Frugal Cooks.
Waffletchnlgy presents Extra !! Extra !! Newspapers and magazines for free!! posted at Ratio(Price,Quality).
Stephanie at Adventures in the 100 Acre Wood presents Going Underground – Shelter Part Three.
Andrew Leahey at email@example.com presents How I saved hundreds per month.
NCN at No Credit Needed Blog presents Free Boxes For Shipping Via USPS.