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 BLANKET in it somewhere?

Your word last week was SPEAK. Here are your SPEAK stories:

Keith Channing:

Speak more clearly; I’m … pardon?
Please speak after the tone.
Eh? Eh? Speak up, lad!
Actions speak louder than words.
Knowing when to speak — priceless!

Kim Smyth:

Command to my dogs… speak!

Speak, however, they do not!

They’d rather eat than speak.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Speak of Queen Elizabeth sadly.

Ruth Scribbles:

She speaks with forked tongue.

Speak now, or shut up!

Trent’s World:

What’s wrong? Speak to me…

It’s noisy here, speak up!

Chel Owens:

Speak while holding large sticks.

Tried to speak; only squeaked.

He speaks for voiceless Nature.

Lance Greenfield:

Bony Tony reached his peak.

Speak when you’re spoken to.

Permission to speak, Captain Mainwaring.

Doctor Dolittle speaks to animals.

I’m speaking nonsense, Mister Speaker!

Speaking therapy might eventually help,

Greek streaker refuses to speak.

Val Fish:

Can I speak now? Please!


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21 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Her fart cloud, blankets everything!

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  2. Kim Smyth says:

    Don’t forget to pack blankets!

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  3. A blanket ban covers blankets.
    Under a blanket of cloud…
    Blanket? I prefer a duvet.
    A blanket keeps you warm,
    Except a blanket of snow.

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  4. This blanket was my granny’s!
    Great grandma made beautiful blankets.
    The hill is blanketed beautifully.
    Blankets keep living beings warm.
    Bluebells blanket the forest floors.

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  5. A blanket not a duvet
    A blanket of snow everywhere
    Knitted blankets that gran made
    Blanket the ward with posters
    Cat blanket, full of fluff!
    Stripes and squares, crochet blanket
    The *blank* et the squirrel!!

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  6. Simon says:

    Hi Esther, thanks for this post – I think I missed a few.

    The blanket’s cheaper than heating
    Planes debris blaneted the area.
    No blanket kept her warm.

    Have a great weekend!

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  7. SexagenarianScribbler says:

    Electric blanket or hot water bottle?
    Wet blankets are party poopers
    Alcohol’s my security blanket. hic!

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  8. SexagenarianScribbler says:

    Electric blanket or hot-water bottle?

    ( What a difference a dash makes!)

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  9. Corpse was covered by blanket
    Hairy blanket provides welcome warmth
    Army blankets are incredibly itchy
    Lay your blanket on the ground
    Under the blanket, firing blanks
    Come closer. Share my blanket

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