Ahoy, Quillers and Thrillers!
Last week’s Figurative Language Throw Down was a success! We had a total of four submission (not including my own) and they were AMAZING! You can check them out in last week’s FLTD post.
Your challenge this week is below. Be sure to tweet your response using #QuillsandThrillsFLTD. Like or retweet your favorite submission(s) to vote! But remember, it is tacky to like your own posts on social media, so do not vote for yourself.
This Week’s Challenge
— Ms. Hayes (@mskellyhayes) November 19, 2015
Curious about the shenanigans the Quills and Thrills club is up to this week? Check out the weekly agenda!
Struggling to find ideas? Having trouble finding the words to express your ideas? You’re not alone! Check out Writer’s Block Therapy for cathartic memes and tweets!
Tweet your response to the weekly challenge using #QuillsandThrillsFLTD and I’ll add it to this post for easy voting! Don’t see your submission? Shoot me an email with a link to your tweet and I’ll add it as soon as I can.
#quillsandthrillsfltd a lot of things are purple so purple is a dark color of red and blue. if you can't see color this is what It is mixed
— Trevor allen (@Ghostgub) November 20, 2015
The smell of lavender
The taste of grape
And the slimy feel of jelly
— Valine (@SamonaValine) November 22, 2015
#QuillsandThrillsFLTD A mixture of warm & cool. Its vibrance can be in many shades & tones. Seen with crisp grapes or the cool sunset.
— Elijah (@elijah_chavez39) November 24, 2015
#QuillsandThrillsFLTD Purple – the taste of sticky, grape candy & the warmth of Grandma's hugs in her velour track suit
— Valerie Hoose (@mrshoose) November 24, 2015
— Ms. Hayes (@mskellyhayes) November 22, 2015