I think I’m going to re-name this ‘My Daughter’ s Weekly Writing Challenge’! Her five compulsory words for you to make into a ten-word story for next week are:
Last weeks words were:
Here are the results:
Sacha Black kicks us off with this story to make you laugh out loud:
Obama’s not pensive, just a flabbergasted ventriloquist shaking a maraca.
Geoff Le Pard sent in two highly witty stories:
1) The ventriloquist flabbergasted a pensive Obama with her talking maraca.
2) Obama flabbergasted a pensive Senate with his maraca-eating ventriloquist act.
Melissa Barker Simpson‘s story will make you smile:
The flabbergasted ventriloquist waved a maraca at a pensive Obama!
Jane Basil sent in a wonderful variety:
“Why so pensive, Obama?”
“The ventroquist stole my maraca. Flabbergasted!”
Obama ducked, flabbergasted. The ventriloquist, pensive, retrieved the maraca.
Pensive, Obama the ventriloquist plays maraca.
Flabbergasted, his subjects stare.
There’s no pensive in there, but I was thrilled Peter Wells gave it a go:
Obama, the gifted ventriloquist, was flabbergasted by a crying maraca.
Keith Channing brings the challenge to a close in fine style:
For the pensive ventriloquist: Obama’s maraca will leave you flabbergasted!