Can You Tell A Story In…

Welcome to your weekly challenge. Last week I asked you for NAILS. This week, I’m looking for a DATE. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word DATE in it somewhere?

Here are your creative thoughts on NAILS from last week:

Mental Health From The Other Side:

Last nails in his coffin.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

My nails are too long.

Free nails for your hammer.

Nails sale starts this Sunday!

He is hard as nails!

Brass tacks and iron nails?

I used zinc nails today.

Ritu:

Yummy pie! Oops. Lost nail.

Nail in tyre. It’s flat.

Yes! Nailed it, this time!

Roberta Writes:

The nails held it fast.

He pulled the nails out.

Paul L Mastaglio:

Hard as nails, you are.

Nails sharpened. Ready to go!

These nails are getting hammered!

Trent’s World:

Hammering nails with a herring?

He tries and nails it!

Like nails on a chalkboard…

Chelsea Owens:

Biting nails means no clippers.

*Tap* *tap* *tap*ping; wasn’t nails.

Her blood-red nails were natural.

Sanandi-jacq:

Hardware retailer tough as nails.

Jail escape failed by nails.

A nail in Dracula’s coffin?

Carpenter failed to nail win.

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16 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. writelindy says:

    Her date is my husband.
    My first date at sixty.
    Worldwide, people feared that date.
    The date filled my belly.

  2. Great Date, tasty and sweet.
    Date and Walnut cake, yum!
    How old is your date?
    What date is your birthday?
    Met my date in town.

  3. The date went totally wrong, He was a terrible date. The date was her last.

  4. Paul Mastaglio says:

    Hi

    Date you? It’s about time!

    You’re late for our date.

    When was it? Date? Time?

    Cheers Paul 😁

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  5. Ritu says:

    Blind date? Need my glasses!
    Next week? It’s a date.
    Date surprise. Broke my tooth!
    The dating game is tough.
    Date of birth is false…

  6. Date the death to mock.
    Date has date with destiny.
    Date defines and differs.

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