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#82508 - 05/17/03 05:09 PM Re: More sneeze stuff
the sensitive, be right kind of guy
So you cover your mouth when you sneeze. How do you sneeze? Loud and forceful? Delicate and quiet? Multiple times? Come to think of it, you can sneeze multiple times softly and delicately, or loud and scary. So maybe…
#82509 - 05/17/03 05:12 PM Re: More sneeze stuff
cover your mouth when you sneeze
yup. in the crook of my arm.
fairly strong sneezes, but not gale force explosions... usually two or three._________________________
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#82510 - 05/18/03 10:04 PM Re: More sneeze stuff
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
Oh, gawd--TMI, TMI! Now--I am not naming names, but what does it say about someone's personality when, 90+ % of the time, they spray violently, often dribbling (yeccchh), and absolutely insist that they can't help it?
#82511 - 05/18/03 10:43 PM Re: More sneeze stuff
Loc: Rio Grande, Cape May County, N...
The A-Choo I.Q. Test gives you several questions which take into account all facets of sneezing, Faldage. And I came up with a combo Be Right/Enthusiastic. And it's fun!
#82512 - 05/19/03 06:10 AM Re: More sneeze stuff
I clicked on the SneezeQ test and it dropped me right back whurat I started.
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