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Mad libbing 2016: This whole election made me feel _____.

You made it. In just 12 hours or so, this will all be over.

So yesterday we did a callout for 11th hour mad libs.

These were the prompts:

  • This whole election made me feel _____.
  • I felt _____ when I voted early/by mail.
  • I feel _____ when I think about tomorrow.
  • When it’s over, I’m going to _____.
  • When I see a Trump/Pence or Clinton/Kaine bumper sticker, I want to _____.

Judging by the responses, y’all are ready for this to be done. Us too. We hope you’ll join us Tuesday night at O Cinema to watch the returns come in, make fun of this election in our photo booth, and celebrate its end. Finally.

Without further ado, here’s how you feel on the possible eve of the end of the world.


This whole election has made me feel so stressed that I’m not entirely sure I can go to your party tomorrow. 

I felt gratitude to Susan B. Anthony when I voted early/by mail.

I feel nauseous when I think about tomorrow.

When I see a Clinton/Kaine bumper sticker, I want to pump my fist in the air and yell pussy power!

When I see a Trump/Pence sticker, I think “really?!?!?!”


This whole election has made me feel nauseous.

I felt tired, like I’ve spent 2 hours in the Palmetto during rush hour, when I voted early/by mail.

I feel like Canada is a great place to move to when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to partayyyy because at least it’s finally over.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to hit their car and risk a lawsuit with their racist butts.


This whole election has made me feel awakened.

I felt righteous when I voted early/by mail.

I feel victorious when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to keep fighting.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to vomit.


This whole election has made me feel despondent.

I felt defiant when I voted early/by mail.

I feel trepidation when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to cry… and wonder how we’re ever going to function as a united country again. We need family therapy to get through all this pain and anger!

When I see a Trump/pence bumper sticker, I want to really understand why. For real. Why.


This whole election has made me feel dehydrated.

I felt dutiful when I voted early.

I feel jumpy when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to find a quiet cave.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to lecture nearby kids about why my parents came to America.


This whole election has made me feel de cargar.

I felt de cagar when I voted early/by mail.

I feel de cagar when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to Santa’s Enchanted Forest.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to “SERENITY NOW.”


This whole election has made me feel jittery.

I felt outrageous when I voted early/by mail.

I feel dizzy when I think about tomorrow.

When this is over, I’m going to smash.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, pluck.


This whole election has made me feel embarrassed for this country, because the entire world (and our children) are watching.

I felt glad when I voted early because a six page ballot, with purposely/shamefully convoluted questions is ridiculous, and will make for long/late lines on election day.

I feel concerned that half of the country will not accept the result when I think about tomorrow.

When this is over, I’m going to pray that sanity, civility and working together for the common good can prevail.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to shut my eyes.


This whole election has made me feel like deactivating all my social media accounts.

I felt determined when I voted by mail.

I feel nervous when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to grab a drink and re-follow friend updates on FB.

When I see a Clinton/Kaine bumper sticker, I want to get back to my life and not worry about moving to Canada or Panama.


This whole election has made me feel queasy.

I felt relieved when I voted early/by mail.

I feel anxious when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to pop bottles.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to vomit.


This whole election has made me feel stressed out.

I felt like a champion when I voted early/by mail.

I feel fucking overwhelmed when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to drink like it’s no tomorrow!

When I see a Clinton/Kaine bumper sticker, I want to do a happy dance to the fact that smart people still exist!


This whole election has made me feel distressed and overwhelmed by how much work there is to restore confidence and efficacy in our electoral system, campaign finance laws, and overall approach to politics. But at the same time, there have been some amazing moments of sisterhood that rejuvenated my soul.

I felt educated AF when I voted early/by mail.

I feel anxious and nervous and have terrible flashbacks of 2004 and 2000 and all I can think about is how to moderate my alcohol consumption when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to cry and call my mom and sister.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to scream “WTF WHO DOES THAT WHY”.


This whole election has made me feel like I’m in an episode of Lost.

I felt a rain of relief and discomfort simultaneously wash over me when I voted early/by mail.

I feel like a virgin when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, that’s the time I fall in love again.

When I see a Clinton/Kaine or Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to spontaneously combust at either one.


This whole election has made me feel bloated.

I felt pride when I voted early/by mail.

I feel anxious when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to exhale.

When I see a Clinton/Kaine or Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to roll my eyes.


This whole election has made me feel like the Arthur fist meme.

I felt “you just got served” when I voted early/by mail.

I feel like I’m getting ready to watch a PPV fight when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to crip dance.

When I see a Clinton/Kaine or Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to cringe.


This whole election has made me feel incredulous.

I felt excited when I voted early/by mail.

I feel nervous when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to relax (if HRC wins) or move to Canada (if DT wins).

When I see a Clinton/Kaine bumper sticker, I want to hug everyone.


This whole election has made me feel exhausted.

I feel relieved when I think about tomorrow.

When it’s over, I’m going to go on radio silence.

When I see a Trump/Pence bumper sticker, I want to follow the car to see how quickly they switch lanes without a signal, run a red light, speed, or simply drive like an a-hole.

  • Kings

    Interesting all the hate and derogatory comments are coming from Hillary supporters and aimed at Trump and his supporters. I thought his was the divisive side. Strange.

  • Kings

    Interesting all the hate and derogatory comments are coming from Hillary supporters and aimed at Trump and his supporters. I thought his was the divisive side. Strange.