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    uh, Morning Blues?
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    Mysteries or something?
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    just 'missed' ?
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    Missed opportunity? Idk
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    not that sorry
    2nd bit is in the name of the place pictured - but also could be a generic name for that sort of geographically shaped area...
    (I'm not sure that's helping!)

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    missed the point?
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    Point??...

    oh...
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    That was a hard one Mak

    Now for something else. Going a bit out on a limb here. Not being a native speaker, I have no idea whether this is going to be easy or very hard, but I kind of coulnd't resist once the thought struck me.

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    Monkey army?
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    Nope!
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    A troop of monkeys?

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    nope. does end with 'monkeys'
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    Surrender monkeys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muizer View Post
    nope. does end with 'monkeys'
    Damn, I was quite certain that was going to be it. You've got a good one going here, I'm out of ideas for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aexodus View Post
    Surrender monkeys?
    I'm learning a lot of expressions so far, but I think the one I'm looking for is perhaps more arcane.

    The second pic is to be taken quite literally, but for the first one I'm looking for something more slang like.
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