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Suck It Up

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No wonder after all that abuse

You've had a falling out

But know with me I understand

It's not that easy to talk about

That awful sinking feeling

Leaves you constantly in doubt

So partial though I just may be

I suggest you learn to smile not pout

And never ever again to shout

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Been a while, but

Rain or maybe a storm? Or maybe even a Cloud?

Edit: Congrats on becoming a Mod. :thumbsup: (Even if it might be a late congrats.)

Edited by Framm 18

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hey Framm - not what I have in mind for this one. thanks for the encouragement. still seems all so new to me.

and Molly Mae - must be a little spaced out. cant quite interpret the data. over

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an avalanche?

well hello BenMc, dont think I've had the pleasure. welcome to the Den. clever on many fronts but not the answer am looking for.

laryngitis

hey rt - can see where you are coming from with the above. clever but not it.

vacuum

hey t_l - that answer sucks

pressure

phew, that's a relief. sorry, not it.

Volcanic eruption?

ello sir - a twisted and tattered piece of string

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I think the title is referring to a bottle...

From quarters cramped, a violent exit

Shoved from home they're hurled

With languange not, to voice objection

Shrieks could leave blood curdled

But cry no more; it's unbecoming,

Newborns to this world

Edit: getting used to the new editor

Edited by plasmid

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prince charmthings 1st shot is correct! Nice going for a 1st post, pct!

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sorry Tralala! and plasmid, fabpig is correct, princecharmthings nails it on his first attempt. nicely deduced!

dentures or false teeth - clever responses all. hoping some keywords of this riddle served to define the answer. like "falling out" and "partial" especially. hope none were too disappointed.

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