Can You Tell A Story In…

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

Here are your PYJAMAS stories from last week:

Kevin Morris:

I’m still wearing her pyjamas.

Pyjamas lost in the Bahamas.

Strange pyjamas found in No10.

Keith Channing:

Pyjamas? What are they for?


Pyjamas – my favourite loungewear, nowadays.

Pyjama day every day, please!

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

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!

Kim Smyth:

I’m still wearing my pajamas!

Lance Greenfield:

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?


Don’t go out in pyjamas!

Found, pyjamas covered in blood.

Where are your pyjamas, dear?

She arrived in silk pyjamas.

Joy Smith:

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!

EDC Writing:

Pyjamas, one pair between two.

Paul Mastaglio:

Time to put pyjamas on!

Snuggle up in your pyjamas.

Pyjamas is difficult to spell!

Zelda Rene:

Childhood’s warmth, comfort, security—pajamas.

Linking People 2003:

Cotton pyjamas soak sweats better!

Soaked sweats evaporate through pyjamas.

Skin healthier with cotton pyjamas.

Valerie Fish:

Lockdown; everyday’s a pyjamas day.

School run in PJs? Gross!

Winceyette pyjamas aren’t honeymoon material.


Famous Quotes About Writing Letters. QuotesGram
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32 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. He was writing letters constantly
    Letters, they spell the world!
    Her letters were first class
    John and Yoko, love letters
    letters spell a death knell
    Greek letters, alpha and omega
    Huge letters ‘please marry me’!

  2. Love letters should be treasured
    Childhood letters in granny’s trunk
    Ancient letters found in cave
    Charming postman delivers delightful letters
    Embroidered letters on fine lace
    Jumbled letters could be clue
    Readers’ Letters pages sometimes pay
    Letters after my name? Maybe…

  3. Letters make words make language

  4. trentpmcd says:

    No letters in the box. See the words, not letters! She’s a woman of letters.

  5. Paul Mastaglio says:

    It’s time to write letters.
    Letters make up the alphabet.
    Letters form a orderly queue.

    Cheers Paul 😁

  6. Love letters on my mind

  7. Ritu says:

    I miss receiving handwritten letters.
    Love letters filled with promises.
    French letters – not for reading!

  8. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    ….HINDI alphabet has fifty-two letters!

    ….ENGLISH alphabet has twenty-six letters!

    ….HINDI letters can express double!

    ….HINDI letters dominated by English!

    ….GLOBALLY English letters are accepted!

    ….LOVE letters to Natally Ban!

    ….POSTAL letters replaced through internet!

    ….POSTAL letters box disappearing everywhere!

    ….LETTERS make words for sentences!

  9. Joy Smith says:

    Bundle of letters stops bullet.
    Mothers receiving letters. Nations grieve.
    Rearrange letters for crossword clue.
    Emails see off love letters.
    Greek letters need Pi crust.
    Returned love letters, broken heart.
    Red letter days. Roman holidays.
    Study hard. Letters after name.
    Letters with a promise SWALK

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