April 4, 2008 6:00am CST
You might be wondering where this title is leading LOL I work in a supermarket (large grocery store). When I originally started I was a 'night filler' putting stock on the shelves in readiness for the next days trade. Each night filler was responsible for a single aisle so we basically worked alone. Whenever I sneezed I'd have all the other fillers laughing and people calling out 'bless you' from the other end of the store. Even now on checkout I get customers three checkouts away saying 'bless you'. Another friend of mine was a woman who was so butch that she looked like a man. And she had this little petite sneeze that hardly made any noise at all... I looked at her and said, 'Was that a sneeze? You call THAT a sneeze?' LOL My ex husband had a bad habit of closing his mouth when he sneezed... I half expected him to blow his brains out of his ears when he did it. Actually I think it's good having a heart sneeze... it clears the sinuses a LOT better :) So how do you sneeze... do you blow the roof off like I do or do you have one of those little petite sneezes? Throwing some pepper your way just to get you started :)
10 Jun 08
I also thought this was a very interesting post. I very rarely sneeze and when I do it's just a normal quiet one and only one. I have heard people sneeze like my brother in law does about 7 or 8 in a row. One sneeze that's it that's all and not very often at all. Little more pepper please. hehehe. Take Care.
9 Jun 08
i tend to sneeze loud as well and continuously until up to 10 times before i can stop... especially when it is cold and in the morning... i have an allergy sinusitis when i am a child... and it carries on until now... take care and have a nice day...
4 Apr 08
My sneeze is ALWAYS loud... I couldn't do a quiet sneeze if I tried. The other problem is that my sneezes come on VERY suddenly and often I don't have time to cover my mouth and nose before it's already out... I hate that because I was always told to cover my sneezes... it makes me look ill mannered... even though there is nothing I can do about it.