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A Pain In The Neck »
(this person causes problems; one who makes life difficult...)


No Pain, No Gain »
(you must work hard if you want big results...)


Share Someone's Pain »
(feel care and understanding for another person who is in pain...)


A Crick In One's Back »
(a soreness or pain felt in the person's back...)


A Crick In One's Neck »
(a soreness or pain felt in the person's neck...)


A Thorn In Someone's Side »
(it nags at you; it wastes your time an effort; it regularly gives you pain...)


An Aching Heart »
(one feels the pain of loss or want; one is pained by losing or wanting something...)


Rub Salt In An Old Wound »
(to intentionally bring back the pain of an past experience...)


Split One's Sides With Laughter »
(laughing so hard one feels a pain in the gut...)




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