Radio Mad Libs

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Leonard B. Stern, the inventor of Mad Libs, died yesterday. In honor of his work, we'll do an on-air Mad Lib based on Larry King's enactment on the show this week of the speech Congressman Anthony Weiner should have given at a press conference as soon as there was speculation that he was sending lewd pictures over Twitter. Here's the Mad Lib with blanks:

“Ladies and gentlemen, I’m __[a percentage]__ embarrassed  today. I have for the past three or ___[number greater than three]___ years, been ____[-ing verb]___ people – I don’t know how many ___[plural noun]____ – and I engage in ___[adjective]___ sexual discussions with them. It’s some sort of __[ feeling]___ I can’t explain. I’ve tried to explain it to friends and to my __[member of the family]__ – and finally I’ve decided to get help and I’m going to try to do something about it. If I have offended you, then __[verb]__ against me. But I’m going to try to repair my __[noun – (something which might need fixing)]__ and to beat this thing which I ___[adverb]___ don’t understand. Thank you.”