Noun Nuking: Turn Conversations into Incoherent Fun!

Noun Nuking

That’s right, it’s time for some noun nuking. A little activity where you craft ordinary talking into a babbling mess!

It’s quite easy to do, simply make an ordinary conversation and replace all the nouns with any word of your choice and paste it below! Take this for an example.

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Jeremy: Hey Mr. Puley! How are you today?

Mr. Puley: Hey Jeremy! I’m doing fine.

Jeremy: Did you happen to do anything interesting this weekend?

Mr. Puley: I had a great time on Saturday with my dog, we went to the harbour and swam!

Jeremy: That’s sounds like great fun! Did you happen to peer edit my blogger of the week over the weekend?

Mr. Puley: I sure did! And it was the most beautiful thing I’ve ever taken the time to read! Honestly. I spent many hours marveling at its pure beauty.

Jeremy: Thanks Mr. Puley! I’m going to the cafeteria for lunch, I’ll talk to you later!

Mr. Puley: See you in class Jeremy!

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From here copy paste what you wrote below and replace all the nouns with a word of your choice. For instance, dingus.

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Dingus: Hey Dingus! How are you dingus?

Dingus: Hi there Dingus! I’m doing fine.

Dingus: Did you happen to do anything interesting this dingus?

Dingus: I had a great time on Dingus with my dingus, we went to the dingus and swam!

Dingus: That’s sounds like great dingus! Did you happen to peer edit my dingus over the dingus?

Dingus: I sure did! And it was the most beautiful thing I’ve ever taken the time to read! Honestly. I spent many dingus marveling at its pure dingus.

Dingus: Thanks Dingus! I’m going to the dingus for dingus, I’ll talk to you later!

Dingus: See you in dingus Dingus!

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As you can see, the results are quite magical.

Post your original conversations in the comments or post them on your blog! I’ll be happy to chuckle at your incomprehensible discussions!

If you’re stumped thinking of a noun you’d like to use, this link here should give you some good ideas. Happy crafting!