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Bottoms Up -- Spring is in the Air

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Comes often between as's almost now

Willingly, readily, in the future somehow

Up up in the sky, over seas it soars

All in good time, they say, take yours

Stand on the street, you might come by me

Then maybe a kid, tickled pink they could be

With such a great deal, the odds are remote

Yet this could help you, to stay afloat

You've made your bed now, so on it you must lay

Too, ironic this vow, to love honor and obey

Solve each of the five, two line riddles above

Then follow the clues, for some additional love

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It looks like we need a vowel to start 3.

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sentence.

:lol: too funny, not it but too funny :lol:

tie?

nope

It looks like we need a vowel to start 3.

now why would you say that? not necessarily wrong mind you but...

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orchid (or'-kid)

not it and not that involved. thought your first guesses on this one were coming from the right place and closest so far.

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Don't know if this will be of any help but cant seem to come up with another approach to this one.

- REWRITE -

An unfortunate condition, is cause for dismay

Too, ironic this vow, to love honor and obey

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oranges, apples, comics

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[spoiler = "Guess for #5"]

nuptial?

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nuptial?

Well hello there slangester and welcome to the Den. Your answer, though well conceived, is not what I'm going for on this one. Please give it another go. Thanks

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knocked up?

gardening?

neither of those, chicory.

oath?

betroth

pledge

all of those work for the second line of this one but another should work for the first line, too.

gum

nope

affair

bigamy?

au contraire to these two you two.

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Lame?

looks like our posts crossed in the ethernet. but not it.

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rote?

not it.

adultery

nor that. you're going in the opposite direction.

EDIT: added response

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mobilized, called up, wounded

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