Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. Last week, I wanted to know about your HAIR. This week, I want to know what you think about SHOPPING. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word SHOPPING in it somewhere?

Here are your HAIR-raising stories from last week:

Ritu:

Gray hair. I don’t care.

Her flaxen hair swayed gently.

Roots need doing. Hair SOS!

Hairy legs. A summer nightmare!

Darlene:

Couldn’t see for her hair.

Hair flew in the breeze.

Hair, all that was lost.

What colour is her hair?

Annette Rochelle Aben:

Hats off, to my hair!

Comb out hair in knots.

Paul Mastaglio:

Keep your hair on, mate!

Thin on top. What hair?

Hair today, gone tomorrow. Sorry!

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

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!

Kim Smyth:

My hair’s so thin – hats!

I like my hair colored.

John Reynolds:

Hair? I have none left.

Hair! Bald as a badger.

Not cutting hair no longer.

Simon Farnell:

I’m rapidly losing my hair!

Hairy ears – an evolutionary freak!

I took the hairpin bend.

Tessa:

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.

Bharul Chhatbar:

Heir gave hair raising moment.

Hair as promt, hair raising!

Long hair, beautiful glare.

Hairy legs, please don’t stare!

Rhen Laird:

Beneath thinning hair brain ponders.

Jason Moody:

Hair today. Gone sometime ago.

Hair to the mane throne.

Bald? Let me mullet over.

And something a bit different from Richmond Road:

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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34 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Darlene says:

    When can we go shopping?
    I need shopping therapy now!
    Shopping used to be fun.
    He hated shopping for clothes.

  2. Paul Mastaglio says:

    Hi

    You can now go shopping.

    Really? Shopping’s so much fun!

    Shopping heaven. Lots to buy!

    Cheers Paul 😁

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  3. Hubby shopping? Oh my gawd!
    Cheese and wine shopping list?
    My shopping needs washing now
    Her shopping order was late
    Shopping? Just get alcohol please

  4. Ritu says:

    Yay! Shopping! Oh no! Queues!
    I prefer online shopping now.
    Shopping list full of chocolate.
    My shopping bags are heavy.
    Always forget my shopping bags…

  5. It lay among the shopping. The shopping bag burst open. The shopping bag smelled bad.

  6. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Shopping? What’s that? Spending money!
    Shopping? Can’t find plastic bags!
    Can’t touch! No fun shopping.
    Clothes shopping? Fumigation? No way!

  7. Kim Smyth says:

    Not shopping wearing a mask!
    No shopping til weight lost!
    I love shopping for liquor! (Makes me feel like a kid in a candy store 🤣)

  8. Shopping male? Gender breaking typo.

  9. Crazy lad go shopping, Brain!!

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  11. Shopping in this pandamic?
    Shopping, once was an enjoyment.
    Shopping, where to go?
    Chill, shrill, shopping done!

  12. Simon says:

    Hi ya, I hope your weekend has been good.

    Shopping done – Now to eating!
    A man shopping? Whatever next?
    I think Kev’s hopping mad! (thin this I know but I had to :-D)

  13. Tessa says:

    Hi Esther I preordered your book and it is now on my Kindle. Just started to read it, then got distracted as usual. I start reading things and then stop. I have over 15 books started and none finished.

    Shopping, mask, cough, weird looks!
    Shopping? Six feet apart, please.
    Shopping now a worse chore!
    Shopping? Get away from me!
    Shopping police, 6 feet apart!
    No face mask, no shop!

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