This week, I’m giving you two choices: you can either write a ten-word story using five words from the list given, or you can write an autumnal themed story/poem from the second list:
Option one: Choose five words from the following list and write a ten-word story:
Option two: Write a story/poem, with any of the following autumnal themes:
Last week, your ten words were as follows:
Here are the hilarious results:
Sacha Black kicks things off with a goody:
Pettifoggery sent Beckham’s Disney skirt into an orphic tarantism.
Jocelyn Barker sent in two witty offerings:
Beckham’s turquoise skirt and bangle prompted much argle-bargle.
Beckham wore turquoise skirt, bangle and fairy wings – very Disney!
Helen Jones is enjoying expanding her vocabulary and brings an amusing story:
Turquoise skirt, bangles shimmer. Tarantism dance casts an orphic spell.
David Harrison went for the Posh and Beck’s angle and it’s brilliantly done:
Beckham wasn’t qualified in orphic argle-bargle. Posh’s pettifoggery undoubtedly was!
Victoria’s Disney bangle snagged Beckham’s shorts. Tarantism and argle-bargle followed swiftly.
Helen Gaen doesn’t disappoint:
His team qualified by pettifoggery, argle-bargle, watching Disney and Beckham.
Les Moriarty managed to sneek his funny story in after a subtle prompt!:
The pettifoggery surrounding Beckham’s turquoise skirt was the angle-bargle mumbling.