It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. This week, your prompt is DUST. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word DUST in it somewhere?
Here are your PILLS stories from last week:
Pills I Leave Lose Something.
Forgot to take her pills.
Don´t be such a pill.
Soo many pills, so sad.
What is this pill for?
Be good, take your pills.
Head ache! Where are my pills?
So many pills to take!
Health, much better with pills.
Pills and tablets, pharmacy visit
She took pills for slimming!
Pills spill across the bed cover.
Jumper pills? An ugly mess!
Sugar pills and other placebos!
Some pills cause an addiction.
My pills are mostly supplements.
Stay away from addictive pills.
Some prescription pills are necessary.
Pills! Insomniacs Lack Long Sleep
Perfect health needs no pills.
Pills for thrills. Tomorrows headache.
Pills and potions, squash emotions.
Water pills. Take with fluids.
No pills here. Healthy individual.
Pills for ills? Masking symptoms.
Red pills or blue ones?
Chiropractic adjustment or headache pills?
Craniosacral therapy not migraine pills.
Homeopathic pill(ule)s stimulate natural healing.
Children’s lives wrecked. Thalidomide pills!
Pills? Kids need a tablet!
Pills won’t cure all ills.
Linking People 2003:
Nourishing daily prevents pills use.
Fantastising tactile better than pills.
Augmented blood flow sans pills.
Abstinence better than regular pills.
Take some chill pills, man!
Pills without boxes: no guns.
Horse pills: hard to swallow.
Ducks swam across the pill.
And here’s Lance‘s take on the prompt biscuit from last week:
Ship’s biscuits are hard tack.
And his take on shy from a fortnight ago:
Wooden balls make coconuts shy.
Skivers are idle, work-shy, good-for-nothing.
Tha shall hey a fi-shy…
Quenching thirst with masala chai.
Shush!. He’s hiding. He’s shy.
Tuna makes the best sushi.
My shy aunty drinks chianti.
Sa-shi-mi is thinly sliced su-shi.
Too shy to be introvert.
Finally, and certainly by no means least, here’s Eloise De Sousa‘s shy offerings:
Shy away from this reality.
She shirks shyness for strength.
Anonymity cloaks the shy witness.
Facts never shy from truth.
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