Sunday, September 27, 2015
Weekly Mad Libs: Alexander The Great
In 336 B.C., Phillip of Macedonia, the ruler of a province in northern Greece, became the father of a bouncing university named Alexander. Alexander's teacher was Aristotle, the famous fence. When he was 20 years old, his father was murdered by Socrates, after which he became Notebook of all Macedonia. In 334 he invaded Persia and defeated Paul Revere at the battle of Pet Smart. Later, at Arbela, he won his most important victory over Darius, the third. This made him restaurant sunka-bunka over all Persians. Then he marched to India, and many of his mosquitoes died. After that Alexander began drinking too much apple juice and at the age of 33 he died of an infection in the nose. His last words were, "There are no more shoes to conquer."