Sunday, September 05, 2010

The Logic Behind A Sneeze

I sneezed and my nose got blocked as it somehow always does. So I turned to Mee and asked, "Why does my nose get blocked after I sneeze?" She couldn't give me an answer. Can you guys? Cos technically, a sneeze clears the tubes, right? So how come mine always get clogged after a speedy 150km per hour clearing?

8 comments :

Jeffro said...

Huh? Your nose gets blocked? Nope never had that problem unless I have a cold/flu; probably you might wanna ask your doctor?

Ooo Ooo, Here's something for you to try, see whether you can sneeze while keeping your eyes open =P

陳一豪 said...

Because when you sneeze, you actually clear your channels through your mouth.

Try sneezing exclusively through your nose and you risk rupturing your ear drums.

Pam Song said...

ATTN: Jeffro
- Tried that! Haha. Can't remember if I could or couldn't though. But yeah, my nose usually gets blocked after I sneeze.


ATTN: 陳一豪
– WAHHHH... Since when you so kewer wan???

neena said...

I sneeze every morning. And in my case, my nose will run a few kms per hour for a good few minutes T_T

ChickLit said...

Because it's...ironic? :-p

Pam Song said...

ATTN: neena
– Ooo! Sinus!


ATTN: ChickLit
– Hahaha. Good one. I shall revisit that song. =)

Jeffro said...

Hahaha, I don't think anyone can sneeze with their eyes open... But I sure hope you'll get by your nose-block-after-a-good-sneeze =D

Pam Song said...

ATTN: Jeffro
– I may not like it but I'll survive. =)

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