Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday once again and that means five-word story time. Your new word is:

COOK

So can you tell a story in five words using the word COOK in it somewhere?

Last week’s word was SUGAR. Here are your SUGARY stories:

Annette Rochelle Aben:

Kicked sugar to the curb.

Darlene:

Don´t forget the sugar, dear.

Heart of sugar and spice.

Sola:

Sugar, your sweetness is addictive.

“Hold the sugar, honey’s better.”

“I’ve got sugar,” Tola smirked.

“Take me to Sugar Pandemonium.”

Keith Channing:

Some Uninvited Gentlemen Annoy Regulars.

EDCWriting:

Sugar? Don’t sweet talk me!

Kim Smyth:

Sugar is addictive as heroin.

Avoiding sugar is nearly impossible.

Sugar is in almost everything!

Sugar free is much healthier.

(Sugar is so tasty though.)

Lance Greenfield:

Warning: contains milk and sugar.

Sugar icing on cake is disgusting.

Sugaring sensitive areas may sting.

‘Sugar, Sugar’ by The Archies.

Satsu oozed warm, sugary juices.

Ruth Scribbles:

Sugar, please fetch my beer!

Ritu:

No sugar. Sweet enough already!

Sugar highs: such sweet horrors.

Sugar lows: give chocolate NOW!

Roberta Writes:

Wicked choice. Tormented mind. Obituary.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Sugar babes, not my style.

Add sugar? No, I’m diabetic.

Sugar is sweet and tasty.

Those flowers have sugary nectar!

I said sugar not sweetner…

Sweet sweets are all sugar.

Sugar? Yes, four lumps please!

Sugar cane, a great ingredient.

Alsu Remi:

Sugar daddies flocked around honeys.

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34 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Kim Smyth says:

    Good day to cook soup!
    Cook something in the crockpot.

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  2. The pirate chef, Captain Cook!

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  3. Dudley Moore outlived Peter Cook

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  4. Alsu Remi says:

    The cook went up fuming.
    How to cook the books?

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  5. Darlene says:

    What should I cook tonight?
    A story she cooked up.
    “Kiss the cook,” she said.

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  6. I can’t cook boiling water
    Cook and eat, lovely food.
    Thai cook makes delicious meals
    I sent the cook home!
    You don’t cook trifle, silly!
    Cook and bottle washer job.
    Fish and chips cook book?

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  7. Reblogged this on Write to Inspire and commented:
    If you haven’t had a go at Esther’s challenges before, why not have a go right now. I am sure that you’ll have a lot of fun creating five-word stories, headlines, prompts, slogans, anything you like, using her one word prompt: COOK.

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  8. They have cooked up mischief!

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  9. Jane Risdon says:

    Really enjoyable. Tweeted.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Too many cooks makes arguments

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  11. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    ….FRUCTOCHLOROPHYLL Smoothies – cook not required!

    ….DO not cook, destroys nutrients!

    ….फ्रक्टोक्लोरोफिल स्मूदी – पकाना आवश्यकता नहीं!

    ….पकाना मत, पोषक तत्वों नष्ट!

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  12. SexagenarianScribbler says:

    Hubby; Can’t cook, won’t cook….

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  13. SexagenarianScribbler says:

    Thanks Esther

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Granny cooked curry with sultanas
    Cooked books are rather stodgy
    Cooked books are always dodgy
    Milles feulles son cooked sheets
    Hey! What’s cookin’, good lookin’?
    Dunking cookies is guilty pleasure
    This website uses dodgy cookies
    Army chef was great cook

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