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Vern's suggestion sounds most plausible given your description, so try that first! If that doesn't work:
turn signal stalk is a problem if it is physically dropping, eg if when you try to turn right, the signal drops and shuts off. The mechanical track gets worn off over time. This is easily repairable. run a search, I think I've posted photos of this in the past. A bad switch there electrically could be a problem, but it's not a common issue afaik.
If your car is a sedan, it could be a trunk light grounding problem: search that, but check the connector to the drivers side rear light for issues. There can be corrosion/burning/melting. Many hard wire a ground to the "circuit board".
If the lights staying on are actually not blinking, and are actually the brake lights, check your brake light switch for proper operation. Again, cheap easy diy repair (plug and play $10 part, only a minor inconvenience to install). Search this bb
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