Can You Tell A Story In…

Your five-word challenge is here again, but this time you have two weeks in which to send your story. For this week’s challenge, can you tell a story in five words, using the word Toy in it somewhere?

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

Kim Smyth:

When healed, I’ll be fine.

Fine, I’ll do it tomorrow!

Ritu:

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.

Ruth Scribbles:

He looks really fine! Wow!

“I feel fine,” she lied.

Fine tip pens write best.

Murray Clarke:

Speeding? A hundred pounds fine!

It’s a very fine line …

You’re fine, I’m fine. Fine!

I Feel Fine — Beatles hit.

Fine if you like Marmite!

Paul Mastaglio:

Things will work out fine.

“Stanley! That’s another fine mess.”

“I’m fine. Just fine. Thanks.”

Bharul Chhatbar:

Fine the fine for mocking.

And he disappeared with fine.

Charles Norman:

It’s not fine being fined!

I can’t find the fine!

Chelsea Owens:

“Your hair’s so fine!” “Thanks!”

Whistling violations carried a fine.

He asked; she said, “Fine.”

Simon Farnell:

She’s a fine ship sir!

Fine sand between my toes.

Fined for speeding – silly man!

Sharon Harvey:

The weather was fine now.

Fine, have it your way! 

Tessa:

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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24 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Ritu says:

    Why toy with my feelings?

    Sometimes, toys just aren’t enough…

    Meet my new toy boy.

    Toy shop? At Christmas? Never!

  2. Oh, joy! Noisy grandparent toy.
    Don’t toy with my clockwork.
    Boy: toy. Joy! Annoy. Oy!

  3. I have a toy collection. Toy trains are for boys.

  4. Kim Smyth says:

    She toyed with her hair.
    He buys me expensive toys.

  5. The joy of a toy!
    Me…..a toy boy again?

  6. Valerie Fish says:

    Final Toy Story; Goodbye Woody.
    Childhood toys evoke childhood memories.
    Toys can’t replace mother’s time.

  7. Simon says:

    Hi there Esther, I hope you had a good weekend. Let’s see how I can play with this toy lol

    Big boys and their toys.
    No toys, the children cry!
    Simon toyed with the idea

    Have a great week 🙂

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