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I play at the market

Going up and down

Part of me all want

Part's not for all ground

I'm guessing with your lifestyle

I wouldn't mesh so well -

It's not who you are, it is where you dwell

I am often on the shelf, that thing is for certain

As when you start to play with things, it always ends in curtains.

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I play at the market

Going up and down

Part of me all want

Part's not for all ground

I'm guessing with your lifestyle

I wouldn't mesh so well -

It's not who you are, it is where you dwell

I am often on the shelf, that thing is for certain

As when you start to mess with things, it always ends in curtains.

First thing that comes to my mind is a CAT

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First thing that comes to my mind is a CAT

no idea how you got it but very good. not the answer but keep thinking with that in mind, might get you to an answer quickly.

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I play at the market

Going up and down

Part of me all want

Part's not for all ground

I'm guessing with your lifestyle

I wouldn't mesh so well -

It's not who you are, it is where you dwell

I am often on the shelf, that thing is for certain

As when you start to play with things, it always ends in curtains.

I just had a thought, with "dwell" and all, about birds vs fish? Something of this nature. Not that I'm determined for the answer to be an animal. i just saw the point about meshing/dwell

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I just had a thought, with "dwell" and all, about birds vs fish? Something of this nature. Not that I'm determined for the answer to be an animal. i just saw the point about meshing/dwell

again, great general idea for associations you should be having, but not the answer

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bank?

no, your first guess might have helped you more in terms of associations

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Also for those who don't know yet

The titles of my riddles always contain at least one good clue to the riddle

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Also for those who don't know yet

The titles of my riddles always contain at least one good clue to the riddle

Wallstreet, the stock market, prices, money?

One of those has to be the answer.

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One of those has to be the answer.

Wallstreet, the stock market, prices, money?

No. But, and here's a clue - they all have something to do with the answer!

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ugh! I wanna say

a house?

no.

how about another clue:

what is "wrong" with the title of my riddle

what does it remind you of but it is not?

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ok this is way different than what anyone else has guessed.

a plant? like a vine or something?

no

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Ok let's solve this

Anyone on what associates with

MARKET

GOING UP OR DOWN

(FENCE) STREET - title of post

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Ok let's solve this

Anyone on what associates with

MARKET

GOING UP OR DOWN

(FENCE) STREET - title of post

Market=store?

Going up/down=elevator?

Wall Street Journal?

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