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One-Liner Wednesday – Cell Loss


I feel like for almost every post I see on Facebook, I lose a brain cell.

In other news, did you know that if you hit the “J” key on your keyboard it scrolls down your Facebook (and Tumblr) newsfeed, and that “K” scrolls up?

Let’s lose those brain cells at an accelerated rate together, shall we?

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Author: Linda G. Hill

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

37 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Cell Loss

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  3. Thanks for the FB lesson! I can use it if I inch my way down and want to get back to the top in a hurry-up-quick. And here is my one-liner:

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  5. No, I did not. If it’s all the same, I’m just going to do it manually and clicky like.


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  12. I choose to believe that this just means I started off with an inordinately large number of brain cells and therefore I’ll be fine…

    honest, I will, just ten more minutes…


  13. I’ve all but given up Facebook and Twitter. You can actually feel yourself getting stupider with every post. Sometimes you find some funny stuff there, but mostly it’s junk.

    I didn’t know the “j” and “k” thing, but that’s pretty common. In Feedly it’s next article (j) and previous article (k).

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  22. Jk all the way hugs Linda 💜💝

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  23. Did not know that – the part about the ‘j’ & ‘k’ – the part about the brain cells, yeah, I can see that.

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  25. I came here to say something, but…

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  28. Eat walnuts to encourage growth of brain cells. I just a packet of them a few hours ago and here I am talking about walnuts. My post –

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  33. Well, I learned something new there!


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