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    Hocine47 is offline Newbie
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    Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals?

    Hi,

    Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals? can i use it for humans? thank you.

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    Re: Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hocine47 View Post
    Hi,

    Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals? Can i use it for humans?
    Use it any way you want.

    What's a snoring buddy?
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    Re: Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarheel View Post
    What's a snoring buddy?
    It's new to me, but it could be a person or a dog.

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    Re: Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    It's new to me, but it could be a person or a dog.
    It's new to me, too.

    Mine is my wife, and she's definitely a person.
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    Re: Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals?

    My dog snored too, and I loved him.

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    Re: Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals?

    I've heard of swim buddies and play buddies, but never a snoring buddy. I mean, I guess we can deduce what it's supposed to mean.
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    Re: Does the "snoring buddy" expression apply only to animals?

    Welcome to the forum.

    Are you sure you're in France? The forum requires members to put truthful information in their profiles. There's no personally-identifiable information in your profile; we just want to know where members are, what their native language is, and where they grew up. It helps us provide useful answers.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 17-Sep-2020 at 19:35. Reason: Fixed typo
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