Sacha Black has kindly given her permission for me to pinch a couple of words from her blog ‘The Zen of Finding Lost Words’. So here is your new list for this week’s ten-word story challenge. Your story can be under ten words, but no more than ten and it must feature five words from the following list:
Last week, your list was as follows:
Here are the results:
Teachezwell was swift off the mark with two hilarious stories:
Cameron, always the doryphore, chortled as his furuncles constellated again.
Swoosh! Cameron’s tweet about his grizzled furuncles caused chortles online.
Sacha Black is always entertaining and witty:
Cameron grizzled, his eucatastrophe was unlikely with constellate, dorophoric furuncles!
Mellissa Barker-Simpson found herself laughing as she wrote her entry. I’d love to know what the tweet was!:
The tweet made Cameron chortle, and swoosh outta his chair!
Helen Jones is relishing these challenges and I love her entries:
Doryphores constellate and tweet their furuncles. I chortle. Swoosh. Gone.
Les Moriarty shows us how it’s done with his brilliant story:
New tweet:chortle abounded as pus constellated around Cameron’s furuncle.
Helen Gaen always treats us to more than one fantastic story:
Counsel’s tweet about the furuncle constellate made the Chair chortle.
Cameron’s doryphore was a persistent furuncle of tweets and grizzle.
Swoosh, grizzle, chortle, tweet… at last, Cameron emerged – grinning!
Swoosh! Grizzle. Swoosh! Chortle. Cameron’s doryphore received a spanking tweet.
The eucatastrophe of the doryphore’s furuncle constellate? A new Chair!
David Harrison joins us for the first time with two great stories:
Everybody constellate! Swoosh! Grizzle that doryphore’s furuncle,” cried the chair.
Cameron enjoyed the eucatastrophe of Jeremy’s itchy furuncle. Tweet, chortle.