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One-Liner Wednesday – The Lasting Consequences of Sign Language


Don’t ever sign that you have to go to work when you’re fed up, frustrated, and angry.

It can leave a nasty bruise on the back of your left hand that you can still feel a week later.

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Author: Linda G. Hill

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

40 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – The Lasting Consequences of Sign Language

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  14. 😆 I learned sign when the kids were little and totally get this!! 😂


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  17. Well let’s hope they have Worker’s Comp. insurance! 🤣


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  27. Ouch. I think I can feel that. I can certainly see why you’d want to remain calm.


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