It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. This week, your prompt is MISTAKES. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word MISTAKES in it somewhere?
Here are your SECRET stories from last week:
Secret Seven books childhood bliss.
Always secrete your secret secretions!
A secret in five words?
Secret path to hidden world…
Tell me all your secrets…
It’s no secret. I think…
Can you keep my secret?
Secret stash of chocolate – FOUND!
She was Mother’s shameful secret.
My secret recipe for chaos!
Secret service seals special storage?
They secretly brewed Gin here!
My secret? Wear no makeup.
Poison was her deadly secret.
I can’t keep a secret.
Don’t secret your talents away!
Aunt’s my Mother, Birth Secrets.
Secret comes out of closet.
Inter-Continental Adoption-State Secret.
Secret Seven, favourite childhood reads.
Victoria’s half secrets, that’s pants.
Secret lover whispers sweet nothings.
Covid annihilated influenza, Top Secret.
Quilts hold secret freedom message.
Talked easy, spilled secret, unwise.
The recipe is a secret.
Can’t tell you the secret.
It’s not a secret anymore!
This week’s word is secret.
Dover cliffs rise: cretaceous rocks.
The monstrous secret of Loch Ness.
Stonehenge stones harbour ancient secrets.
Priest hole: Roman Catholic secret.
Gran’s diaries revealed family secrets.
The Home Secretary played away.
Her secret lover prefers secrecy.
Natural secrets of personal grooming.
Your secret’s safe with me.
Magic Circle won’t disclose secrets.
Discrete secretaries keep your secrets.
Everyone heard the secretary’s screams.
Thirty year rule: Cabinet secrets.
The secret of immortality is . . .
Escape down the secret tunnel.
Social media holds no secrets.
James Bond: charismatic secret agent.
Linking People 2003:
Secret kept by office secretary!
Silence keeps a secret untold.
Sharing secret with faithful friends.
Revealed secret can create unrest.
Her face revealed her secret.
She shared her success secrets.
Unsurprisingly, secrets have many secrets.
You don’t give secrets away.
There’s a secret I know.
What a very big secret.
Secrets can tear families apart.
Secrets always come out.