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    Cool he drools down his mouth corner

    Is the following sentence understandable?

    You can bet how long will it take before he drools down his mouth corner"

    Is it English way to say it?

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    Re: he drools down his mouth corner

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Is the following sentence understandable?

    You can bet how long will it take before he drools down his mouth corner"

    Is it English way to say it?

    Thanks

    ... before he drools out of the corner of his mouth.
    ... before he drools from the corner of his mouth.


    Either would work. I think "before he starts drooling" perhaps sounds better too.

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