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One-Liner Wednesday – What do you think?


Leave the cobweb hanging from the ceiling over my desk onto the lampshade for authenticity’s sake or dust it off?

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50 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – What do you think?

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  4. Look deep within the words of a poet and you may see your soul.

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  6. Getting rid of cobwebs are very low on my priority list, especially if I don’t see any real residents. Having at least one cobweb corner adds ambience.


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  9. Let the cobwebs remind you that sometimes imperfections add character and uniqueness to your space. 😊


  10. Great minds think alike 🤣

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  11. Definitely leave it there suspend the belief!💜😃💜💜


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  13. Time to start charging the spider rent ….


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  15. The cobwebbis fine but what about that spider? 😳


  16. Regarding the cobweb, I’d wait until my wife notices it.


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  20. I didn’t see them in the picture, but I’d leave them for effect! Especially after seeing the spider on the lamp itself.


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  22. I am never for dusting – or any other cleaning activities, for that matter. 😉

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  26. Better on the ceiling than in your mind 😉

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