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Her hair feels like silk.

It feels like it will rain in the afternoon.

He sometimes feels like eating Japanesestyle food.

My heart is pounding so hard it feels like it’s going to explode.

Rather than coming to resemble each other, it feels like they are birds of a feather.

Listen, why don’t we compromise? Neither of us feels like washing the dishes, so let’s each do half of them.

Comedienne Carol Burnett once said that giving birth feels like taking your lower lip, and forcing it over your head.

Say that work is hours, it feels like the three hour commute time is also work but you don’t get any money for it.

What a waste.

It feels like humiliation and disgrace though in reality it’s neither.

The setting is very welcoming and feels like you’re at someone’s home.

With the clear sky, it feels like you’re on another planet, Cozzi said.

“It hasn’t hit me yet, it feels like a dream right now,” Cordello said.

389500 It feels like it’s almost the same atmosphere (now),”” he said.”

But Peter Dinklage hasn’t won since 2011, and this feels like his year.

I can tell, she is struggling to imagine what doing it right feels like.

“He feels like he knows what the problem is and it’s monopoly capitalism.

“Imagine being 20, even though he wasn’t the reason, he feels like he was.

It feels like you have this secret that you can’t communicate, he told CNN.

267968 He feels like he’s coming back and then does this, he said of Woods.”

“It feels like a free pallet for graphic designers to do whatever they want.

I know what that (walking the opposing pitcher) feels like on the other end.

Only a minority knows what it feels like to be a minority on campus, he said.

865701 To me, this Vision feels like what it meant to me to read him as a kid.

This is what it feels like to have someone tell you they don’t love you anymore.

704743 The current model of childcare feels like it’s based in the 1970s or 80s.”