Can You Tell A Story In…

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

Last week, your story needed to contain the word Jump. You sent in some interesting and entertaining stories. Here they are:

Trents World:

Almost here! Time to jump….

Chelsea Owens:

Jump like no one’s watching.

Please, don’t jump to contusions.

Adjusting her wings, she jumped.


Frog jumps. Tongued fly disappears.

After sky jump – the ecstasy.

Jump the gun. Gain experience.


Told her not to jump…

Jeez! You made me jump!

Wanted to jump his bones.

School finishing. Jumping for joy.

The water’s great! Jump in!!!

Simon Farnell:

Let me jump in here!

I don’t jump to conclusions.

Jumping into the weekend – great!

Ruth Scribbles:

Jump for joy using feet.

I jumped off the cliff.

Spiders make me jump high.

Chris Page:

I’m begging you, don’t jump.

Val Fish:

Birthday surprise; bungee jump. Help!

They jumped together; double suicide.

Jump! I’ll catch you! Oops…

Gail L Winfree:

Her death wish: Jump, now!


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23 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. sanandi-jacq says:

    Lacking bulk hulk in sulk.

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  2. Some clever little stories here.

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  3. Do not sulk little girl!
    Sulking – the best keep away.
    His daily hobby is sulking.

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  4. Ritu says:

    No sweets allowed – Incredible Sulk!

    Don’t sulk. Talk it out.

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  5. Simon says:

    Happy Friday to you Esther, let’s see what I can do here…

    Don’t sulk in my presence.

    Sulky britches wouldn’t damn smile.

    Sulking uses up so much energy!

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  6. Mr Paul L Mastaglio says:

    Not picked? I’ll just sulk!

    Paul Mastaglio 😀

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  7. Don’t sulk when I’m gone.
    Let’s sulk tonight. Today’s over.
    They sulk when he’s around.
    Nobody likes an angry clown. (OK, I added that because I like the rhyme. Better stop while I’m ahead.)

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  8. Thank you, Esther. I’m glad I made you smile.

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  9. valfish56 says:

    She could sulk for England
    No I am not sulking!
    Sulking; Silence says it all

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  10. valfish56 says:

    Aw thanks Esther

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