Can You Tell A Story In…

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.


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


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.


Don´t forget the sugar, dear.

Heart of sugar and spice.


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.


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…

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About Lance Greenfield

Blog: email: I published my debut novel in December 2014: Eleven Miles. My second novel went live in February 2016: Knitting Can Walk!
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