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    Laughed so hard that juice came out of her nose

    Dear all,

    I want to ask in this sentence does "juice" refer to "mucus" (is this the right word for that fluid stuff out of people's nose?)

    Thanks. Sorry is this question makes you uncomfortable.

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    Re: Laughed so hard that juice came out of her nose

    not a teacher

    Without any further context I would assume that she was drinking some juice when she laughed.

    I would not expect any other fluid from the nose to be described as "juice".

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