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 LEGAL in it somewhere?
Your word last week was TABLET. Here are your TABLET stories:
Orders come on stone tablets.
Who hacked into my tablet?
Collected tablets for my dog.
I’m addicted to my tablet!
Recycle old tablets for compensation.
I take capsules and tablets.
Kendal Mint cake, tasty tablet!
Tablet has a flat battery.
Pills or tablets? Cure all.
Tablet is hard to swallow.
Tablet not table you fool.
Romans wrote on clay tablets.
Migraine incoming. Need tablet, fast!
A tablet for every child?
Tablet or iPad? You decide?
Moses cast down the tablets.
Mommy, Moses broke my tablet!
Tablets and babies don’t mix…
Bound blank paper — a tablet.
Ten Commandments on a tablet.
Tablets are “TV-like” child minders.
Fifty tablets consumed. Quite dead.
Scottish cookery classes make tablet.
Tablet carving predates papyrus inking.
Take out your writing tablets.
God’s finger inscribed stone tablets.
Were tablets made from sapphire?
No! Tablet is solid sugar.
Bony Tony loved sucking tablet.
Click ‘Tablet’ tab for tablet.