Linda G. Hill

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One-Liner Wednesday – Is it just me?

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Do you ever read a poetic description of a facial expression in a novel, such as: “She looked at me as though I’d just vomited in her shoe,” and try the expression yourself, to see what it might have looked like?

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36 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Is it just me?

  1. Hi, Linda. I’ve been thinking about joining One Liner Wednesday with my secondary blog, “Loving Me, Too.” Is it okay if I comment briefly on the one line, and is it okay if I use a meme/poster I find on Facebook that contains the one liner? Or would you rather just have a quote? Or am I worrying too much? 🙂 Thanks, and have a great day!

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  3. Hahaha, sure do. I also bow in praise of the writer’s ability. 🙂

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  4. Excellent! Very funny! 🙂

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  10. No, I don’t. It’s twice as funny to imagine you doing it. From now on, when I run across a strange one, I will imagine you tryin it out.

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  11. Yeah, I can’t quite get that one down. I have had cats throw up in my shoe, so you think I would remember…

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  12. I’m trying to make a picture in my head…not working.

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  14. Or the one from “A Christmas Story”: “My family looked at me like I had lobsters crawling out of my ears.”

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  16. That made me pause and try to get a visualization…

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  18. You tried the look, or you tried vomiting in her shoe?

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  19. no. but i find that kind of depictions very funny, eheh, as though they’d just sneezed against my nape 😛

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