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Offline DragonDust

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Beginnings
« on: January 25, 2009, 08:00:59 AM »
Alrighty guys!

This is something I've always found interesting to learn about. How early on did you find you liked sneezes, and what aspects of it were appealing to you the most?

I think for myself..I liked sneezes in cartoons pretty early on, I kept rewinding tapes of several Disney cartoons and stuff to rewatch parts where characters sneezed (they were always animal characters, by the way! ;3) Lucky for me parents never caught on to anything. As for why I liked them, well..I think at first it was just fun for me to keep doing that x3 but thinking about it now, I think it was seeing the reaction build and then explosively release that got my interest at first. Heh, it sorta makes sense, I was hyper as a kid x3 All over the place all the time. What the hell happened to him?! :P

That same reason for likin sneezes still applies now, but there are all those other details I've learned to appreciate, too. And I've become increasingly more sadistic in a sense as I've gotten older...*twirls a feather in his fingers* >:3


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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2009, 08:20:25 AM »
For me, when I was four. Rewinding a Dumbo read-a-long cassette tape. Yeah. I still am not too sure what was making me enjoy that, back then...

What appeals to me most about sneezing though? Well, I like the expressions, the restraint, the torture... I like the scaling of the sounds, building intensity... It's also intensified cuteness and innocentness combined with a sense of orgasm.

I first found out about sneezing as a fetish when, after first becoming sexually active, and having recorded multiple cartoon sneezes (I couldn't get access to any porn anyway :P) I found the Tarot of Sneezing while searching for like, Scooby clips or something. I ended up enjoying the animal and anthro stuff on there. Yet even at this point, I wasn't aware of the whole furry thing yet. I was literally a hair's width from entering into the fandom. VCL, Ozy and Millie... and I just never put two and two together.

Over time, I've tried a few times to give up liking sneezing. But in the end, due to ADD tendencies and other reasons, I guess I just couldn't. Trying to give it up only made things more refined. At this point, I have a much higher female preference, and also really like other sexual elements added in to my sneeze art now, such as nudity and tickling and such. At this point, I've just accepted it.
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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2009, 08:24:14 AM »
My sneeze fetish is very light, I have no idea when it began.
I decided that if I'm so obsessed with other things people considered odd,
if I found tiny(or feminine/or dragonfire) sneezes cute and or funny than I probably had I sneeze fetish to a low minimum.
Then I joined this forum to see if it was true.
So far the possibility of me having a sneeze fetish seems higher than not having one, so I guess you can call me wheezy sneezer bumbledinker jenkins!

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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2009, 12:19:55 PM »
I don't remember how long ago it was, but I have to agree cartoons got my start as a whole. Thank you Disney, lol. XD ...and Hanna-Barbera, MGM, lol, when sneezing was often just a small sight gag in part of the plot - as it turns out, it did more than that, for me anyway.

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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #4 on: January 25, 2009, 08:20:12 PM »
I first realized my sneeze fetish at like 5 or so years old. I used to love watching the Pluto cartoon "Pantry Pirate" where he sneezes a lot due to soap powder. The sneezy expressions and buildups were always great, to me. Pluto caused me to be like this. X3
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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #5 on: January 25, 2009, 11:44:23 PM »
Well I first realised I had a kink in this direction at a pretty darn young age.

But for me it's not actually all bout sneezing - I'm more attracted to the muzzle aspect of things. Put simply, I guess I have a muzzle fetish. I find the noses of canines and dragons abnormally adorable, and sneezing slides in with that neatly. I'd often find myself paying special attention to the muzzle of a dog while petting it, rather than it's head or back like most others would.

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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #6 on: January 26, 2009, 10:54:40 AM »
Gah, I've no idea when my sneezing fetish started, so deeply it is buried in the fog of infancy!  I do remember looking up "sneeze" and "cold" and "catarrh" in my parent's medical dictionary... whilst curled under a table hoping they wouldn't come into the room!  (In retrospect I would have been far less conspicious just reading the darn book on top of the table, but also in retrospect it seems rather cute. ^^)

Ah, and when I was 6 there was an excercise book we were given in school with all these little animals to colour in on the cover page margin.  The first thing I did was colour all of their noses red.  Later my teacher walked over and announced to the entire cassroom (or at least it seemed that way) that all my animals were sick and that if she had animals she wouldn't want them to be sick.  I tried to bluff my way out of it by calling it a "[colour] experiment" and spent the rest of the colouring sessions of the term furiously scribbling yellow over the top in an attempt to prove I was only investigating whether red and yellow make orange.  I don't think anyone actually noticed, but the embarrasment I felt was perhaps the strongest early indicator of my burgeoning fetish.

As it happens, cartoons played less of a role for me than they seem to have for many others, but then again I never got heavily into cartoon-watching.

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I think, Skaifox, that there is also some cross-over in the other direction.  I for one also find noses/muzzles to be a secondary fetish (although I must to admit I've never considered RL canid muzzles at length... more exotic external animal respiratory tract regions *have* however been the subject of my musings!)



EDIT: A typo.

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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #7 on: May 08, 2009, 10:33:30 PM »
One of my earliest memories of having the fetish was watching "Adventures in Wonderland" on the Disney channel, before my parents were awake. 

Taken from Wikipedia: "16. Something to Sneeze At - The Mad Hatter suddenly becomes allergic to his best friend, the March Hare. But the March Hare is determined not to allow the Hatter’s sneeze to put the freeze on their friendship."

I was like, eight or nine years old, and I actually remember, ahem, "doing something" about the feelings I was having.  >>;;

I also used to make up imaginary stories in my head, all the time, about sneezing.

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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2009, 01:02:57 PM »
Well, I think that I born as a sneezing lover.
My father is a sneezer and I remember that he did those went I was ride on his shoulder. I think that this thigger my sneezing love. And, may be, because of this I like to draw people over the sneezer.

When I was about 2 year old, I saw a cartoon that show a racing horse that a man put pepper in its nose for its owner think that its sick.  I looking for this cartoon but I donīt remember its name.

And as a secret I usually copy the sneezing pictures in one note book.

I really like much more the animals sneezes. Every thing about that, the build up, the explosion and what this do around.

(sorry my english  :P the good thing is that sneezes donīt need translations)
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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #9 on: November 10, 2009, 05:29:24 PM »
"When I was about 2 year old, I saw a cartoon that show a racing horse that a man put pepper in its nose for its owner think that its sick.  I looking for this cartoon but I donīt remember its name."


I don't remember that one. But I remember another. It was on a Tex Avery program I believe. The racing horse had hayfever. Two sneezes in the episode, female horse.
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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #10 on: November 10, 2009, 09:03:53 PM »
I remember that the bad man put pepper (or any sneezing powder) over the horses hay causing the animal a very huge sneezes that push out its couch from the stable.

After that they went out to a racing, and the bad man put may be flowers, may be other thing with pepper in its nose, the horse breathed so intensive that flied up after that its gave a huge sneeze that blow it to the end line of the race and its wan the race.

More details I really dont remember. It was a long time ago.  :P
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Re: Beginnings
« Reply #11 on: December 17, 2009, 09:21:46 PM »
I started to like sneezing when I used to watch Disney videos at my childminders when my mum was at work. Normally I didn't like other people watching or being in the room when anyone on TV sneezed. Frankly, I still don't! But then I realised I was thinking about it more and more, making my favourite Tv and cartoon characters sneeze in my imagination. I even drew pictures of animals sneezing. Normally it'd be due to things like flowers or feathers and stuff like that.
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