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    Question Old expression

    Hi, i was reading a text and i read this expression : They ain't coming to medicine ''

    the context is about a trapper and... animals which stay away from his traps... or baits

    so if you can help me plz email me : EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead

    cauz i won't come back on this forum.... ( i wouldn't know how to ) lol


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    Re: Old expression

    What a pity.

    It probably means that whatever the trapper is using to attract the prey animal is not working.

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