Ok, so… four words, one sentence. Fit them all into one interesting sentence…
1. Party Favour – a small gift given to a guest at a party as a souvenir.
2. Chatoyant – having a changeable lustre or colour with an undulating narrow band of white light.
3. Parastatal – a company or agency owned wholly or partly by the government or relating to such organization.
4. Switcheroo – an unexpected or sudden change or reversal in attitude, character, position, action etc…
Here’s mine: (take a deep breath!)
“The beam of the torch illuminated the pitch blackness, revealing a piercing chatoyant pair of eyes containing magical properties, suspended, entering my own eyes like a party favour, as a conspiracy, of some parastatal entity and revealing the switcheroo as I stood, torch in hand, in front of the mirror!”
Now, you try… 🙂