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does more stuff come in then go out?
out is a drip, more than a spout
in was so loud, but did not shout
as far as sizes go they are really quite big
but the biggest is a synonym for baggage
yet if you please,
for who's a gnat homies,
tell me who has these?
those who are shavings near molasses
may have one without glasses
so close to a synonym for soldier is the small one
a rhyme with drinks born of wrath is one
why is it so corny with a face so pail?
oh! another has one to go below gales
and often in them too!

Disclaimer: this has naught to do with typists.

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Is it

Nose

does more stuff come in then go out?

You inhale smells, air, and other particles and blow out the same

out is a drip, more than a spout

Your nose can drip when you have a cold, blow your nose to get more

in was so loud, but did not shout

When you sneeze or blow your nose or snore breathing

as far as sizes go they are really quite big

Some people/animals have really big noses

but the biggest is a synonym for baggage

Biggest nose would be an elephant trunk, a synonym for baggage

yet if you please, for who's a gnat homies,

A mosquito has a proboscis @B540Glenn

tell me who has these?

All humans/animals?

those who are shavings near molasses

You slowly shave your mustache to avoid your nose

may have one without glasses

A nose can hold up glasses

so close to a synonym for soldier is the small one

A snout is close to a scout

a rhyme with drinks born of wrath is one,

a muzzle is a nose, might guzzle down drinks if you're angry

why is it so corny with a face so pail?

Unsure of this one

oh! another has one to go below gales

The nose of a plane, fly through storms

and often in them too!

People can be nosy, in your business.

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    $\begingroup$ A gnat's homies might be a mosquito, which has a long proboscis. $\endgroup$ – B540Glenn Oct 26 '17 at 14:34
  • $\begingroup$ "A face so pail?" Should that be "pale?" $\endgroup$ – user41655 Oct 26 '17 at 14:44
  • $\begingroup$ @B540Glenn good idea! and Rob, I left it as the author did. Unsure of what he meant. $\endgroup$ – Sensoray Oct 26 '17 at 14:55
  • $\begingroup$ I have to give you credit because the answer is in there. There is a little more wordplay to the clues that you didn't get which should narrow down the results a bit. Some of the clues are one line and some are combined. $\endgroup$ – abbaf33f Oct 26 '17 at 15:24
  • $\begingroup$ @jmb.mage Wrong answer, or right answer with wrong interpretation of clues? $\endgroup$ – Sensoray Oct 26 '17 at 15:43

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