I’m feeling a little silly today, so here’s something completely different: a fill in the blanks story about Aislinn Cain.
There are _adjective__ plans. There are __adjective__ plans. Then there are plans hatched by __plural noun__ and __plural noun__ in moments of __noun__. We had all agreed to follow the last one. The _noun__ consisted of __number__ __noun__, which was a nice surprise. They __verb ending in -ed__ the two side __noun__. We heard the __noun__ and pulled open the front door, __noun__ drawn, and entered.
The room was completely __adjective__. Nothing __adjective__. Obviously, this room was not one they cared to __verb__, which made me wonder where they were. It took us about a __unit of time__ to get __proper noun__ into the duct system in the lobby, if you could call it a lobby. There was __adjective__ __noun__ around several __adjective__ booths. A line on one wall with __plural noun__ built into it was directly across from them. We had __verb ending in -ed__ __noun__ into this __noun__ before.
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