Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. This week, your prompt is PYJAMAS/PAJAMAS. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word PYJAMAS/PAJAMAS in it somewhere?

Here are your PROMISES from last week:

Kevin Morris:

Promises broken over smashed plates.

Trent’s World:

I’ll try, but no promises. Oh, wait…

Sarian Lady:

Promises, happiness. Broken promises, heartache.

Keith Channing:

Cautious people make no promises.

Ritu:

Promises shouldn’t be broken. Yet…

Never trust a politician’s promises.

Annette Rochelle Aben:

He couldn’t substantiate his promises.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Chancellor promises nurse pay rise.

Your promises are all untrue.

He promises sweets and candy.

Promises were made for disarmament.

Your footballer promises to win!

I made promises to you.

Kim Smyth:

I’ll make no promises today.

Lance Greenfield:

Chocolate Promises: my latest brand.

Betrothal is a binding promise.

Promise to tell the truth.

Promise on your child’s life!

Weatherman promises weathergirl Claudia later.

Shazascribe:

He promises not to tell.

Promises trap promisers… for now.

Promises endear me to you.

False promises render impossible trust.

Joy Smith:

I promise to bring happiness.

Whispering promises leaves her breathless.

She trembles at his promise.

Small package holds loving promise.

Ribboned box promises delighted squeals.

Aroma from kitchen, promises dinner.

Jilted lover breaks engagement promise.

Easter promise forgives all wrongs.

Spring’s advance promise, snowdrops bloom.

Promise enveloped in satin sheets.

Adoptee promise of Finding Joy.

EDC Writing:

Old promises, young woman, disturbed.

Paul Mastaglio:

Build trust. Keep your promises.

Promises show commitment. They do.

So look after your promises!

Zelda Rene:

Folks’ promises…I doubt ’em.

Try God’s promises, they’re true.

Linking People 2003:

Japanese Ikigai goals are promises!

Ppromises must change circumstantially always.

Grits are unbroken passionate promises!

Give up sometimes breaking promises.

Valerie Fish:

Who remembers the Brownie Promise?

He’s full of empty promises.

Promises; easily made, often broken.

Sharon Tingle:

Broken promises lead to “disses”.

Broken promises equal foolhardy comforts.

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45 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Paul Mastaglio says:

    Time to put pyjamas on!
    Snuggle up in your pyjamas.
    Pyjamas is difficult to spell!

  2. Pyjamas? What are they for?

  3. Pyjamas are fine for zoom,
    My pyjamas were on fire!
    Going to a pyjama party x
    Pyjama bottoms, barely acceptable view.
    Pyjama top? put something on!
    Dear Santa, send me pyjamas….
    Married in his tuxedo pyjamas!

  4. Kim Smyth says:

    I’m still wearing my pajamas!

  5. Zelda Rene says:

    Thanks for including mine, and the fabulous quote–I think I’m leaning toward public jammies being a sign of self-acceptance, being comfortable with who they are. And maybe that’s why I can’t wear them (I normally wear nightshirts, so it’s hardly the same look!)–however, I don’t dress to impress, but rather for comfort. So my new wardrobe is knit Capri length pants (a step above sweatpants)–and way over-sized T-shirts (somebody told me I look like a “gamer”, which didn’t thrill me especially–I’m a poet, for heaven’s sake! 🙂

  6. Pyjama parties are great fun.
    The ghost wore translucent pyjamas.
    Passionate pyromaniac’s pyjamas were ablaze!
    Pyjamas found at crime scene.
    Persian pyjamas or British jimjams?
    Silk pyjamas or birthday suit?

  7. Joy Smith says:

    Pyjamas or Pajamas, Atlantic divide.
    Hygge day, pyjamas and duvet.
    School run. Raincoat over pyjamas.
    Christmas pyjamas. Santa’s mistletoe kiss.
    Pyjamas versus nightdress. Bedtime decisions.
    Bananas in pyjamas. Fruity nightmares.
    Snoopy pyjamas, hot chocolate, memories.
    Need pyjamas? Checks M&S website.
    Colonial days brought us pyjamas.
    Bury me in my pyjamas!

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  9. Ritu says:

    Pyjamas – my favourite loungewear, nowadays
    Pyjama day every day, please!

  10. Darlene says:

    Don’t go out in pyjamas!
    Found, pyjamas covered in blood.
    Where are your pyjamas, dear?
    She arrived in silk pyjamas.

  11. Valerie Fish says:

    Lockdown; everyday’s a pyjamas day.
    School run in PJ’s? Gross!
    Winceyette pyjamas aren’t honeymoon material

  12. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    ….COTTON pyjamas soak sweats better!

    ….SOAKED sweats evaporate through pyjamas!

    ….SKIN healthier with cotton pyjamas!

    ….TESTOSTERONE & dopamine reveal through pyjamas!

  13. Thank you for the challenge:

    I’m still wearing her pyjamas.

    Pyjamas lost in the Bahamas.

    Strange pyjamas found in No10.

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