Can You Tell A Story In…

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

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

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Mirror maketh the woman glam.

He saw the mirror, broken.

Fish in mirror surfaced sea.

Her anger split the mirror.


Transatlantic mirror. Messy flaxen hair.

Mirror mirror. Who clowns best?

Cracked mirror. Jagged bleeding edges.

Janus disturbed by mirror image.


The magic mirror never lies.

Mirror image of my mum.

Broken mirror. Seven years… Oops.

Beware. Children mirror every action.

Mirror is not my friend.

Looking good! No, mirror needs cleaning.

Ruth Scribbles:

The mirror lies, she screamed!!

Mirror her behavior, for once!

The lake mirrored the sky.

Old mirrors distort our view.

Keto For Beginners:

Mirror reveals the ugly truth.

Plucking eyebrows requires a mirror!

Paul Mastaglio:

Mirror, can we change places?

Gary Godderidge:

The mirror`s mood was reflective.

Bharul Chhatbar:

Mirror speaks no errors.

Mirror reflects my best buddy!

And the mirror intruded myth!

Mock, oh Mirror, for once!

Sharon Harvey:

Mirror, mirror on the wall.

The face in the mirror.

The Mirror told a story.

Val Fish:

Smoke and Mirrors; Trump’s card.

Hall of Mirrors; Claustrophobic’s nightmare.

Full length mirror; overweight’s nightmare.

The mirror cracked; unlucky break.


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36 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Kim Smyth says:

    When healed, I’ll be fine.

    Fine, I’ll do it tomorrow!

  2. Ritu says:

    I’m fine. Famous last words.

    Woman says “Fine”. She’s not.

    A fine day for murder.

    Fine sand. Murder in underwear!

    Fine silk handkerchief. Aachoo! Ruined!

    Parking fine. Dang traffic wardens!

  3. Speeding? A hundred pounds fine!

  4. You’re fine, I’m fine. Fine!

  5. It’s not fine being fined!
    I can’t find the fine!

  6. Some lovely stories, Esther.

  7. Fine the fine for mocking.
    Fine shall be fine with time.
    Fine came the decades of fineness
    And he disappeared with fine.

  8. Mr Paul L Mastaglio says:

    Things will work out fine.

    “Stanley! That’s another fine mess.”

    “I’m fine. Just fine. Thanks.”

    Paul Mastaglio

  9. He looks really fine! Wow!
    FINE! do it now!
    “I feel fine,” she lied.
    Fine tip pens write best.

  10. “Your hair’s so fine!” “Thanks!”
    Whistling violations carried a fine.
    He asked; she said, “Fine.”

  11. Simon says:

    Did I not get one in for Mirror? Dimmit! Oh I see what you’ve done here… I can’t play about with Fine that easily 😀
    She’s a fine ship sir!
    Fine sand between my toes.
    Fined for speeding – silly man! ( I couldn’t resist).

    I hope you had a good weekend Esther 🙂

  12. Tessa says:

    Fine, they will do it.
    I’m fine, ignoring the pain.
    We’re both fine, mother says.
    Oh please, not a fine!
    Oh sir, not a fine!

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