Can You Tell A Story In…

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


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

Your word last week was GLASS. Here are your GLASSY stories:

Keith Channing:

Glasses – mostly made of plastic
Let’s all enjoy a glass
Ale comes in glass bottles
Storage bottles need thick glass
Smashing glass makes great sound!

Terveen Gill:

Glass shatters. The poison worked.

Ruth Scribbles:

My glass has cold water.

Her looking glass tells lies.

Glass houses are not reflective.


Where are my glass slippers?

I’ll break that glass ceiling.

Careful, my heart is glass.

People in glass houses shouldn’t.

Sale – glass slipper, worn once.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Sometimes my glass is empty.

I emptied my full glass.

No Gin and Tonic in glass.

I see clearly through glass.

Red glass like a sunset.

This glass cut my finger.

Glass blowing, brilliant art work.

Val Fish:

Glass ceilings unfair to women.

Prince brings back glass slipper.

Walked into glass door. Ouch!

Glass half empty? Not me!

Lost glasses found; on head!

Simon’s Space:

Reluctantly I raised the eyeglass.

Effortlessly he drained the glass.

Staring through the misted spyglass.


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21 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Perfume, heaven in a bottle
    Rose petal perfume? Didn’t work!
    Poison is my favourite perfume
    The perfume had heady notes…
    Soap perfumed with lavender flowers
    I sent you perfume scents
    Fart in a bottle? New perfume!

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  2. Terveen Gill says:

    Love can perfume pungent hearts.

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  3. Kim Smyth says:

    Cannot cover stink with perfume.
    I perfume wrists with Frankincense.
    I love musky perfume sprays.

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  4. Smells are chargeable per fume.
    Perfumed Garden – very explicit book!
    Profumo – not the Perfumo affair.

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  5. Ritu says:

    Her perfume lingered, long after…
    Strong perfume makes me sneeze!
    Pefumed letters – bringing back memories.

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  6. Perfume is a major irritant.
    I followed her perfume trail.

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  7. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    FRAGRANCE emanating flowers oily perfume!

    WHIFFED her fresh rosy perfume!

    BLOOMING jasmine perfumed whole room!

    SMELL sense aroused by perfume!

    PERFUME invigorated her to overwork!

    PERFUME helps breath in better!

    AROMATHERAPY with perfume heals ailments!

    ख़ुशबूदार फूल का आवश्यक तेल!

    उनका ताजा गुलाबी इत्र महका!

    चमेली खिलते सुगंधित हुए कमरे!

    इत्र के जगमगाती महक फैले!

    परफ्यूम से प्रेरित हुए कर्मचारी!

    परफ्यूम सांसों के लिए बेहतर।

    इत्र से अरोमाथेरेपी बीमारियों में।

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  8. Smokers: one cough per fume.

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