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Offline aritaxis

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ways to induce
« on: February 24, 2021, 06:50:38 PM »
So apparently my friend got a procedure done on their nose a while ago so they can't feel any sensation in most of their nose. They still have a little bit of feeling when they use the tissue trick, but it isn't enough to sneeze. They don't have any notable allergies, and we aren't quite ready for chhnkni so those are off the table. If anyone knows any sure-fire ways to sneeze on command please let me know! :D

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Re: ways to induce
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2021, 11:31:37 AM »
Dunno if it'd work, but a Q-Tip may do the trick
If they just gently slide it inside, finding a nice "corner" inside of their nostril to torment and just gently twisting it back and forth
Also unsure how deep they would have to go, but hope that works~
Coochie coo, you'll sneeze soon~