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    wowenglish1 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Of course, he'd probably spit you back out.

    What does he mean by the next sentence?
    Of course, he'd probably spit you back out.




    I get nervous swimming in the ocean like this.
    Do you realize a great white shark could swallow us in a single bite?
    Of course, he'd probably spit you back out.


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    SoothingDave is online now VIP Member
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    Default Re: Of course, he'd probably spit you back out.

    Have you ever put something foul and disgusting in your mouth, only to spit it back out? Say a piece of fish that looked good, but tasted awful?

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