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I need 2 more similes and 2 metaphor like this bellow.

Simile:
Getting up in the morning is like having a lioness roar into your ear so close to you that you can feel her breath.

Metaphor:
The lion's roar and hot breath of the alarm clock in the morning wakens me instantly.

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