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Toast to a Riddle

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Sometimes with a lack of wind

The drawing starts, the toasts begin.

Feeling fine, feeling able,

Lower cup beneath the table,

Raise to mouth bright and sunny,

Make a toast!

(Or pray for money!)

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Oops. Edit:

Sometimes with a breezy gal

The drawing starts within the wall.

Feeling fine, feeling able,

Lower cup beneath the table,

Raise to mouth bright and sunny,

Make a toast.

(Or pray for money!)

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Oops. Edit:

Sometimes with a breezy gal

The drawing starts within the wall.

Feeling fine, feeling able,

Lower cup beneath the table,

Raise to mouth bright and sunny,

Make a toast.

(Or pray for money!)

Draught

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[spoiler=Could be a possible answer B)) :]It's a sailors prayer for good weather.

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Sometimes with a lack of wind

The drawing starts, the toasts begin.

Feeling fine, feeling able,

Lower cup beneath the table,

Raise to mouth bright and sunny,

Make a toast!

(Or pray for money!)

A wishing well. Make a toast (wish), coins beneath the water table. Wind=chance maybe?

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communion or the eucharist?

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Is it the Lottery?

c'mon lady luck!!!

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Is it the Lottery?

c'mon lady luck!!!

Thanks for the tip. You're close, I think.

the game of Craps. Shakee can fill in the details.

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And the winner is . . .

hungryJeff!

Standard hand dug wells used a windlass (breezy gal) to draw water up in a bucket (cup) from the dark interior to the mouth of the well. The water in the well sits below the water table. One would either drink from the well (make a toast) or perhaps make a wish (pray) by tossing in money!

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