Can You Tell A Story In…

Here’s this week’s challenge for you – can you tell a story in five words? The word phone must appear somewhere in the story. For this one, you have two weeks to get your entry in 🙂

Here are your stories from last week. They had to feature the word old.

Paul Mastaglio:

Old joke? Didn’t need resurrecting!

Hugh Roberts:

Everything old was new again.

JR:

Old habits die softly. Evolution.

Fear not old bones. Invigorate.

Demented. Old man amok. Chaos.

Chelsea Owens:

“I’m too old for -” CRASH!

Who is Gary Oldman, really?

Her old life kept returning.

Old news is good lessons.

It’s not old, it’s antibacterial.

EDC Writing:

Not old – checkout girl slow.

She’s beautiful. Old eyes remind.

Tessa:

Old bones, meet the ground.

And a couple of longer ones:

Don Massenzio:

The face in the mirror says I’m old. My brain, however…

Bharul Chhatbar:

She grew old, but her mind…

Stranded, sustained, suffered, substantially she grew old.

To grow old is now an old phenomenon…

And one using last week’s prompt, red:

Roberta Writes:

The moon turned blood red.
The vampire sharpened his teeth.

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29 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Ritu says:

    A phone ruined my life…

  2. Ritu says:

    Mobile phone – friend or foe?

  3. My phone calls dead people

    A zombie ate my phone

    Phone me, or you’re dead

    Love on the phone. Tinder?

  4. Best coverage plan? Sounds phone-y.

  5. Rising phone, crashed our souls.

  6. Phone eh…..my shadow!

  7. Mind rests in my phone.

  8. Oh dear, I didn’t read properly last week and didn’t use old. Sorry.
    My phone is my life
    Give me that phone now

  9. Paul Mastaglio says:

    Hi

    “Mam! E.T’s on the phone.”

    Cheers Paul 😁

    > WordPress.com

  10. JR says:

    Phone fossil unearthed. Plastic Era.

  11. Tessa says:

    Smart phone? Smarter than me!

  12. Evolution of phone – technological slavery.

  13. Valerie Fish says:

    Mobile phones on trains – Aargh!

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