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So, birds eat bread I toss.

One romantic kiss in the rain's too nice, methinks.

Untidy notes disrupted a student in a study period.

Deodorant on to end an odor.

The wisdom of anagrams fathoms a game in words.

False hope helps a foe.

I may be in prison for decades for my pea-brained decisions.

Was in a bathtub to obtain a butt-wash.

See all the children eat candy and chances are, teeth'll yield.

What do all these sentences above have in common, exactly?


P.S. I have room for one more tag, but if I add that particular tag, this puzzle will probably be solved in five minutes, so I will only include that tag once this puzzle has been solved with an accepted answer. There also may be many things in common with these sentences, so I stress the word "exactly" in the actual question.

Edit: the tag has been officially added.


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    $\begingroup$ Is the extra tag by any chance in the puzzle itself? :) $\endgroup$ – noedne Apr 3 at 2:52
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    $\begingroup$ @noedne why, yes... ;) $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Apr 3 at 2:52
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They are all

SWIFT DUOS (from your upwards acrostic)

I’m guessing this means that the

First half of each sentence anagrams to the second half

The

Divisions are represented below by a tilde, per OP comments below...

Then

So, birds eat ~ bread I toss.
One romantic kiss in the ~ rain's too nice, methinks.
Untidy notes disrupted a ~ student in a study period.
Deodorant on ~ to end an odor.
The wisdom of anagrams ~ fathoms a game in words.
False hope ~ helps a foe.
I may be in prison for decades ~ for my pea-brained decisions.
Was in a bathtub to ~ obtain a butt-wash.
See all the children eat candy ~ and chances are, teeth'll yield.

And the title:

Theorists sure want ~ true answers to this!

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    $\begingroup$ Oh, come on! Turns out this puzzle was solved in five minutes after all xD $(+1)$ You are a bloody legend. $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Apr 3 at 2:51
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    $\begingroup$ Thanks, @user477343 — I strive to be somewhat prophetic! Great puzzle! $\endgroup$ – El-Guest Apr 3 at 2:56
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    $\begingroup$ I will give you the tick in $24$ hours from now, if you don't mind. Keep up the amazing work! :) $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Apr 3 at 2:57
  • $\begingroup$ Oh, by the way, you have used a forward slash / in your answer; the actual notation regarding the answer is a tilde ~, though your answer is still understandable, so this isn't a problem but more of a fun fact ;) $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Apr 3 at 21:01

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