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What is the meaning of the simile like a cat in a corn crib

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  1. Mice frequent corn cribs to eat the corn. Most cats like to capture mice and eat them. So the simile is comparing someone with a gleeful and predatory cat.

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  2. what does the simile as wet as a dirt dauber's nest mean

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  3. Good question, I don’t know!

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