Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s that time of the week – five-word challenge time again! For this week’s challenge, can you tell a story in five words, using the word Teeth in it somewhere?

Last week, your story needed to contain the word Nightmare. You sent in some great stories. Here they are:

Chelsea Owens:

Not all nightmares involve shopping.

He finally succumbed to nightmares.

Though awake, her nightmare lingered.

He named the stallion Nightmare.

Sanandi-jacq:

Recurring nightmare. Incubus beds woman.

Nightmare. Morning stallion. Noon foal.

Ritu:

Tank full. Purse forgotten . Nightmare!

Even my nightmares don’t scare.

Report writing – every teacher’s nightmare.

Simon Farnell:

Traffic is a total nightmare!

Nightmares were never far away.

Eyes watching, waiting. Nightmares hidden.

A J Shawer:

(Evil-teethy-grin) “WELCOME TO YOUR NIGHTMARE!”

Flying economy is a nightmare.

(Smirks) I give Freddy nightmares.

Roberta Writes:

Will this nightmare ever end?

Is corporate life a nightmare?

Do nightmares scar you permanently.

Ruth Scribbles:

Nightmares repeat night after night.

You are my biggest nightmare.

My nightmares turned into daymares.

Val Fish:

Nightmare neighbours; in-laws moving in…

The Nightmare Before Christmas?

Shopping! Nightmares; All in the mind.

Sharon Harvey:

The nightmare woke me up.  

A horrid, terrible nasty nightmare.  

I awoke from the nightmare. 

Sweat accumulated from the nightmare.

It’s a nightmare that’s all.

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26 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Ritu says:

    Too many sweets. No teeth.

  2. They were not my teeth.

  3. Her teeth clenched my shoulder.

    She showed all her teeth.

    He took out his teeth.

  4. sanandi-jacq says:

    (Visited the dentist today!)

    X-rayed teeth. Mined mini mountains.

    White plastic filling teeth. Recycled?

    Gums sag. Teeth protrude. Ageing.

    Teeth on edge. Earthquake rumblings.

  5. The fairy took EVERYONE’S teeth.

  6. Simon says:

    This is cheeky – I can’t play with this and put an s on the end to try my luck 😀

    Teeth locked, ready to drill!
    Teeth bared, my dentist frowns.
    Old man smiles, teethless grin. ( I knew I could do something to twist it! :-D)

    See you on Saturday 🙂

  7. Laughter can’t hide teeth!

    Tongue & teeth, best friends!

    Treasure your teeth when old!

  8. Laughter…hide My teeth!

  9. Tessa says:

    Time to clean my teeth!
    I am missing several teeth!
    No fake teeth for me!

  10. ajshawler says:

    1. “Purpose of visit?”
    “Harvest teeth”

    2. “Her comb’s teeth are canine”

    3. “Long night?”
    (Sighs) “Anne’s teething”

    4. “Book title?”
    “Teeth of Mischief”

  11. Pingback: Esthers 5 word challenge – a winner again! – Sharon Harvey – Writer & Author

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