Yet another boy in the group began to throw up.
The stories about them were enough to make one throw up.
When I tell people about my idea, they usually throw up their hands.
The thought made me feel like I was going to throw up.
I want you to throw up your situation and go.
I'd look at a picture and want to throw up.
More than anything, David felt like he had to throw up.
Now is not the time to throw our hands up.
But most people didn't like to see others throw up.
The two women weren't the only ones who wanted to throw up.
She went inside to the privy and lost her lunch.
Once the sight would have made me lose my lunch, but it didn't anymore.
Chad didn't look too close for fear of losing his lunch.
He made it halfway up the aisle and lost his lunch.
He'd almost lost his lunch when they took off from North Island.
The man in front of him took one look and lost his lunch.
You don't want to lose your lunch up here, old boy.
There were times in yesterday's game, though, when Howe could have lost his lunch.
Your loose use of metaphors makes me want to lose my lunch.
"You can lose your lunch on the first six holes."