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    "my trout is sore"

    Hello !

    I would like to have some help about some words a friend of mine wrote :

    She said she was getting ill and she added "my trout is sore".
    What does that mean ? Is it a idiom (I didn't find it in the idioms list) ?

    Thanks for the help !

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    Smile Re: "my trout is sore"

    Quote Originally Posted by Telim View Post
    Hello !

    I would like to have some help about some words a friend of mine wrote :

    She said she was getting ill and she added "my trout is sore".
    What does that mean ? Is it a idiom (I didn't find it in the idioms list) ?

    Thanks for the help !
    Actually, the words of a friend of yours must have been My throat is sore, meaning she could feel a pain in her throat.


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    Re: "my trout is sore"

    Ok, thanks ! It's much more explicit like this ! :)

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