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The Art Of Sneezing

By on Nov 22, 2009 | 2 comments

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I’m thinking whoever wrote the book of manners, must be an idiot. Otherwise, (s)he would not have put “covering your nose & mouth with hand” under ‘Good Manners’. Be practical – its not always possible to reach out to handkerchief in your pocket, every time you’re about to sneeze. I’m still wondering why do we sneeze on our own body part?

I think we should care more for our own hygiene than other peoples.

What do you think?

The Big K


  1. Rohan

    November 23, 2009

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    Biggie, if this is intended sarcasm I share your mind, but if its literally what you say, then its not appealing at all.

    Why should we care about others hygiene??

    Buddy we’ve got no business distributing our crap to others.

  2. Mayur

    November 25, 2009

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    Mannerism means-
    1 a : exaggerated or affected adherence to a particular style or

    2 : a characteristic and often unconscious mode or peculiarity of action, bearing, or treatment

    Above are the two definitions of the word from Websters. Even though I know you are wrong, the definitions tend to tell us mannerism is more of a forced action

    Sneezing on your hand will not disturb ur hygiene if you wash it. By doing so, you are trying to prevent the virus from being spread

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