Can You Tell A Story In…

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

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

Stevie Turner:

Clock watching – life gets tedious.

Keto For Beginners:

Clock reminds; time to go!!


Clock reflection. Sherlock raises eyebrow.


Did the clock just stop?

The clock strikes twelve. Run!

Can’t turn the clock back.

Clock frozen. Time suspended. Bliss.

Shoot that darned cuckoo clock!

Paul L Mastaglio:

Time to clock off, perhaps?

You could just clock someone!

Is that clock slow again?

Gail L Winfree:

It happened! The clock exploded.

He died watching the clock.

The clock spoke to me.

A distant clock called me.

Happy days without the clock.

My clock forgot to tick.

The clock ticked, then tocked.

A knock, then the clock.


Ruth Scribbles:

The clock struck twelve, then…..

My clock fell and shattered.

I will clock you in.

I was clocked and abandoned.

Val Fish:

Big Ben’s not a clock.

Shenanigans under the clock tower.

Biological clock ticking; Man needed…

Sharon Harvey:

The clock had suddenly stopped.

Tick, tock went the clock.

The clock told a story.


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26 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. My email broken, sending telegram.

  2. Ritu says:

    Press send. Shoot! Wrong email!

    Rather a letter than email

    Can’t talk now. Email me.

  3. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Moon landing. Email gone down.

    Email in a bottle. ‘Shipwrecked!’

    Fe-male e-mail hacker gets confused.

    E-mail. E-cigarette. E-female. Electronic Sex.

  4. Email me your latest draft.
    I sent the email out.
    Her email contained a virus.
    Block his emails immediately, NOW!
    Email is the quickest way.
    I hate FWD email jokes.

  5. I get too many emails!!

  6. Simon says:

    Hi Esther… I hope you have a good Friday and weekend, let’s see what havoc I can create here.

    Didn’t you get the email?
    Emailing is slow these days.
    E mailed it to Jess! (Think Yorkshire accent here) 😀

  7. valfish56 says:

    Dumped by email; spineless pig.
    Spam Email, no phishing allowed.
    Email advises lottery win. Yippee!

  8. Pingback: Esthers 5 word challenge with clock in it – Sharon Harvey – Writer & Author

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