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One-Liner Wednesday – A Trashy Post


We don’t have a lot of litter here in most parts of Canada, but where it exists, it’s well organized.

I swear I didn't touch it. I just took the picture.

I swear I didn’t touch it. I just took the picture.


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2. Try to make it either funny or inspirational.

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

52 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – A Trashy Post

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  2. I’ve just found your blog. I like the sound of the One Liner Wednesday. I might even join in!


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  4. This looks like great fun, I enjoyed you comment on trash in Canada.


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  6. Hi Linda. I saw your challenge on Sylvia’s site today. Great idea. I listed it on my post about photo challenges.


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  9. What else would you expect from Canada ?


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    THAT just had to be rebloggt! 🙂


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  15. Very organised, Linda. I remember when our daughter and family lived in Vancouver, how strict the rules were about recycling. Here’s my entry:


  16. Some very organized litterbugs in your area 😉
    Here’s mine for this week:


  17. Gotta love it when things line up just so.


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  19. “This must be where the plastic goes.” You guys take rule-following pretty seriously 🙂

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  21. Organized trash, how lovely


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  23. Happy trash day, Linda. Let’s make it a day of throwing it neatly into the trash recepticle! 😉

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  25. You actually saw this? 😀


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  27. Is there a sign that says “porn” in the woods somewhere?


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