Can You Tell A Story In…

Well, you clearly found last week’s twenty-word story challenge a doddle. So I’m going to be mean again! Can you tell a story in only five words? Here’s one:

Yipee! Time to leave. Friday!

Here are last week’s brilliant twenty-word stories:


K Morris:

“Power flows from the barrel of a gun,” Mao said. His finger tightened, then, whoosh, jets of water poured forth …!

And another from K Morris:

Feeling dog tired, John flopped into bed.

“He’s stolen my bed again!” he grumbled, curling up next to his basket.

Paul L Mastaglio:

Fudge was innocence personified. “Well, it wasn’t me,” said Bob, picking up the opened meat packet, looking at the cat.

Val Fish:

Horrendous traffic, missed flight, plane dropped out of the sky, no survivors. Lucky me. Why do I feel so guilty?

Katy Harper:

The telephone rang. She stared at it, unmoving. She wasn’t going to answer it. Well, she was just a cat!

Stephen Brown:

She walked down the aisle – beautiful, white dress, immaculate make-up. A blushing bride? Alas, no church, but the supermarket.


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22 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. rugby843 says:

    Dressed, coffee poured, reading blogs. (Not exactly thrilling) : ))

  2. Pingback: Challenge Accepted - Mws R Writings

  3. Murray Clarke says:

    Brexit … Brexit … Brexit … Brexit … Brexit!

  4. Its blood! Don’t touch it.

  5. Everyone was dead, except me!

  6. JR says:

    My Deal. Rejection. ‘Order!’ Mayhem.

  7. She was smoking hot. Literally.

    The fish hit the – Dam! 🐟

    Conceived; birthed; lived; died; flied.

    He didn’t see the bus. 🚌

    “Will you?”
    She thought; agreed.

    At the end? Start over.

  8. Simon says:

    I think this is necessary:

    Five word – that’s mean! Boo!

    Definition of Chaos – UK Government.

    Friday food – Fish n Chips! Yum! (You see what I did there?!? That’s five! honest!)

  9. Sarah says:

    Here we go again, dieting!

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