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flashback Friday

A social media phenomenon in which older pictures (such as childhood photos) are posted on Friday with the phrase (often abbreviated "FBF") as an accompanying hashtag or caption. I'm going to post my second grade class picture for flashback Friday! Me at my senior prom! #flashbackFriday
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flashback

n. a memory of the past; a portrayal of the past in a story. Suddenly, Fred had a wonderful flashback to his childhood.
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KROQ-FM Inland Invasion: Flashback to the Future, Hyundai Pavilion at Glen Helen, with the Cure and Duran Duran, Dashboard Confessional, Hot Hot Heat, Interpol, Echo and the Bunnymen, Violent Femmes, Psychedelic Furs, Fountains of Wayne, Kings of Leon, Jet, Bow Wow Wow, General Public, Marc Almond of Soft Cell, Berlin, Dramarama, $40.
In his slavishness to subtlety, Schepisi has created a film in which all the small moments and flashbacks don't add up to much more than trite observations on the human condition.
We see the love of language instilled in Bearing in flashbacks blurring past and present, as bald and in her hospital gown she interacts with her equally stern mentor, E.
In a way, Lucia says, it's like she's suffering from flashbacks - not of the war itself, but the aftermath.
There are repeated flashbacks to earlier incidents involving trash-talking, sometimes mean-drunk, more often mildly misbehaving pops, all part of Eve's effort to figure out why she loves the old problem (though the film seems to think otherwise, we're left presuming she's just a wimp).
Mona will be seen in "Pretty Little Liars" Season 5b in the form of flashbacks.
5 CINEMATOGRAPHER John de Borman used rich colours for Mia's flashbacks and a monochromatic scheme for present day scenes.
A FORMER soldier whose posttraumatic stress disorder was so severe he suffered seven flashbacks a day has set up a charity to help others.
s A MAN cleared of any wrongdoing after stabbing to death an intruder at his home says he has endured a "living nightmare" and still suffers flashbacks from the incident.
New research at UCL (University College London) claimed that people who have drunk a moderate amount of alcohol before a traumatic event report more flashbacks than those who have had no alcohol.
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of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford, England, found that people who play Tetris after viewing traumatic material have fewer flashbacks to disturbing memories.
A wider variety of psyehotraumatic symptoms, including flashbacks, avoidance, or hyperarousal, in the prior month.
Subjects expressing a wider variety of psychotraumatic symptoms, including flashbacks, avoidance, or hyperarousal, in the prior month.
Flashback Artist explores Everly's amazing life in a series of flashbacks, taking readers on a spiritual journey of hope, faith, angels, demons, intrigue and betrayal from her childhood through today.