It’s time for a new challenge. Last week I wanted a CRIME from you. This week, I’m looking for CONTROL. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word CONTROL in it somewhere?
Here are your creative thoughts on CRIME from last week:
Leftover pudding? That’s a crime!
Crime deserves a just punishment.
Have YOU committed a crime?
I’m on a crime spree!
The crime was very obvious…
On crime watch programme tonight…
It was a grave crime.
Crime not to eat it.
A one woman crime wave…
Paul L Mastaglio:
Can you solve the crime?
Has a crime been committed?
A cliche is a crime.
Thomas’ death was a crime.
Silent Witness Thomas’s death criminal.
That was a terrible crime.
Richard Lintern’s departure a crime.
I’ll write a crime story!
A “behind locked doors” crime.
Can’t imagine a good crime…
Writer’s block my only crime…
Slimy, grimy, lunchtime dime crime.
My crime haunts my days.
Born after an indescribable crime.
The jury undervalued the crime.
Hold on, is stealing a crime?
“Your worst crime?”
Libel is a nasty crime.
I am committing fantasy crimes.
It’s a crime of passion?
See why I commit crime!
Spilled coffee, what a crime!
Fighting for Love, His crime.
A Convict, my Crime, Love…
Crime Passionel; Je suis guilty.
Hate crime? So do I…
White collar crime; suspect cuffed.
Disorganised crime; felons thwarted.
Who says crime doesn’t pay?