It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. This week, I want to know what you think about MILK. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word MILK in it somewhere?
Here are your SPIDERS stories from last week:
Spiders, swallows one a day.
Spiders eat bugs, keep them!
Spidery lashes framed her eyes.
I’m not a spider fan.
Dew glistens on spider webs.
Spiders do fly you know!
My cat leaves spiders legs.
I spied a big spider.
Halloween, sugar coated spider webs.
Swallowed spider! Feeling very webby…
Spiders from Mars? Very odd.
Spiders live in our house.
The cat chases after spiders.
Sometimes the spiders get caught.
Ziggy Stardust, Spiders from Mars.
Like spiders on my spine.
Flash! Space spiders eat Washington!
Miss Muffett establishes spider sanctuary.
(Headline in Daily Nursery Rhyme News.)
Spiders’ webs frosty mornings. Artistic.
Spiders have too many legs
Crawling secretly on uncovered skin
Under your clothes and within
Places they should never be
Or see. In the dark
To park. And wait. Late
Into the night. All eight
Of those legs. Suddenly awake
You scream. At the unseen.
Delivering an octopod love letter
A mosquito would be better.
Charlotte – cutest spider of all.
She swallowed a spider… Aargh!
Useful tip; spiders hate peppermint.
I was saved by Spider- Man.
(True story, though maybe ‘saved’ is a bit of an exaggeration… Wanting to escape getting on a ride at Universal studios, in my panic, I exited through a ‘no re-entry door, and found myself looking down over the backlot. Now in even more of a panic, as I came down the stairs, who should be trotting past but Spiderman! I shall be forever grateful to my masked hero who pointed me in the right direction back to civilisation).