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Shakeepuddn

Warrior Riddle

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Four sheets to the wind

Always wearing smile

With bullets, bombs wars I win

Beloved all the while.

Pierce my belly with a spear

Send me on my way,

Wearing whites in younger years

Acting in a play.

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No Selma, it is not. Nice try. May I suggest using "spoilers" for your guess so others don't see your answer. It's the "S" icon on blue square that appears when you opt to post. Thanks.

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Sorry Angel, not that. No big deal but it's best if you hide your answers with the "spoiler" function. It's the blue "S" icon that appears when you access the Reply box. Thanks.

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The Yankees?

I can't remember if I posted it, but I had the same thought... =/

...just until I go back to reread and rethink...

Irish people. =P

Edit Guess: Teeth

Edited by Molly Mae

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"a pigskin" aka "football"

Maybe indeed! You nailed it!

Football:

Made of four leather "sheets" and the white laces would be the smiling teeth. To the wind is obvious. Bullets and bombs are standard types of passes. To inflate, you stab a needle into the hole and pump it up, and high school/college balls have white stripes anround both ends. Acting in a "play" needs no explanation. Well done!

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Yeah, I never would've gotten this... Anyways, nice riddle, shakee!

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Yeah. Me being in Aussie, having a different version of footy, kind of hard, but that was brilliant.

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