Can You Tell A Story In…

Your new five-word challenge is here. Last week, I wanted to know what you thought about your BLOG. This week, I want to know about your HAIR. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word HAIR in it somewhere?

Here are your BLOGs from last week:


I blog, therefore, I am.

My blog has won awards.

A blog creates a community.

The blogosphere is a thing.

A blogily – an online family.

Kim Smyth:

A blog is an outlet.

My blogs are informative/creative.

I love blogging…some days!


To blog or not? Question!

Mantra: Om blog.Om blog.

Affirmation: I AM revitalising blog!

Paul Mastaglio:

What’s in a blog? Anything!

Go on a blog journey.

Be the blog of blogs!

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Blog? Blank, needs some work.

Curry made for my blog.

It was a big blog.

Don’t blog – write real books!

My blog background is teal.

The blog was nearly finished.

Don’t blog it – do it!

EDC Writing:

Blog… indiscretions in full view.

Simon Farnell:

Blank mind, no blog posts.

So many blogs, no time to read.

Simon’s Space – that’s my blog!


I created a new blog.

Blogging with a pen name.

I blog, because I can.

Welcome to my blog world.

Blog or write a book.

I have three blogs, confusing!


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41 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Ritu says:

    Gray hair. I don’t care.
    Her flaxen hair swayed gently.
    Roots need doing. Hair SOS!
    Hairy legs. A summer nightmare!

  2. Paul Mastaglio says:


    Keep your hair on, mate!

    Thin on top. What hair?

    Hair today, gone tomorrow. Sorry!

    Cheers Paul 😁


  3. Rhen Laird says:

    I LOVE the “wisdom highlights”!!!

  4. Darlene says:

    Couldn’t see for her hair.
    Hair flew in the breeze.
    Hair, all that was lost.
    What colour is her hair?

  5. Hats off, to my hair!
    Comb out hair in knots.

  6. It’s hair today, gone tomorrow.
    Hare (hair) in your wine
    My hair is spun steel
    Use hair for bird nests!
    The hair of the rabbit.
    Grey hair, old and wise!

  7. Kim Smyth says:

    My hair’s so thin-Hats!
    I like my hair colored.

    That wisdom Highlights was great!

  8. Hair. Everywhere. It shouldn’t be
    Don’t dare. Stare. At me
    My naked head to see
    So bare. Cold. Up there
    Where it used to be.

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  10. John Reynolds says:

    Hair? I have none left.
    Hair! Bald as a badger.
    Not cutting hair no longer.
    Regards John

  11. Simon says:

    Hi Esther, I hope you’re well – have a good weekend.
    I’m rapidly losing my hair!
    Hairy ears – an evolutionary freak!
    I took the hairpin bend.

  12. Tessa says:

    I didn’t see my list for the word blog and I am fairly sure I put it in there.

    Hair’s so long, cannot see.
    Gray hair, 18 years old.
    Hair is going all over.
    Hair sticking out all over.
    Thick hair, now falling out.
    Since Pandemic, hair now long.
    Need a haircut, post haste!
    Hairy legs, no longer problem.

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  14. Heir gave hair raising moment.
    Hair as promt, hair raising!
    Long hair, beautiful glare.
    Hairy legs, please don’t stare!

  15. Jason Moody says:

    Hair today. Gone sometime ago.

  16. Jason Moody says:

    Hair to the mane throne.

  17. Jason Moody says:

    A syrup fig!? You blaggand.

  18. Jason Moody says:

    Bald? Let me mullet over.

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