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Favorite/Least Favorite Thing(s) for the Sneezer to Say


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I'm sure there was a topic like this before, but I couldn't find it. So, what kind of things do you like the sneezer to say, either before or after they sneeze? I recently realized that I love it when someone sneezes and then comments on how the tickle has been bothering them for a while or how they felt it coming and tried to hold it in. Like this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CSQjJZomGk. And of course, "Excuse me" or "Pardon me" can be pretty hot.

I don't like when they say "I'm going to sneeze" because I'd rather see them rubbing their nose or with their breath hitching before they sneeze. lol

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I don't like when they say "I'm going to sneeze" because I'd rather see them rubbing their nose or with their breath hitching before they sneeze. lol

Although it is possible to get both!

As it happens, I love it when someone says "I'm going to sneeze" or "I need to sneeze" or variations thereon

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"I have to sneeze again", or "my nose itches so bad", or "I'm so allergic" or "I can't stop sneezing" or "My hayfever is awful today" or "there's so much pollen in the air" or... uh, well, you get the idea.

I don't like "I think I'm getting sick" or anything along those lines. Germ-associations turn me off in an instant.

Jokes or silly comments aren't my taste either. I want desperation, embarrassment, annoyance.

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I don't like "I think I'm getting sick" or anything along those lines. Germ-associations turn me off in an instant.

Same! On the other hand, I love, love, love a good "I'm going to sneeze" or "I have to sneeze". Especially if it's followed by lots of nose rubbing/flared nostrils/false starts. :thumbsup:

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I like little words like "Sorry", "Excuse me", "Hold on...", and "Oh god". I also like a bit of breathless, congested swearing.

"I'm not done" is pretty nice too. And, of course, anything describing how their nose feels.

I'm not a fan of people announcing their sneezes, and hearing the word "sneezy" makes me cringe every time. "Bless me" is just annoying, nine times out of ten.

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Favorites definitely are "i'm gonna sneeze"/"i think i'm gonna sneeze" or when they say "hold on" whilst your talking and put a finger up to signal for you to wait, or when they just put the finger up to signal to you in general lol, i would also say things like "my nose is itching/tickles really bad" and also when they try to talk whilst hitching just before the sneeze if you know what i mean- they don't generally have to say anything in particular, just trying to talk whilst gearing up for a sneeze is enough lol.

Least favorite without a doubt is "it went away" or "i thought i was going to sneeze" hate that.

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I like little words like "Sorry", "Excuse me", "Hold on...", and "Oh god". I also like a bit of breathless, congested swearing.

"I'm not done" is pretty nice too. And, of course, anything describing how their nose feels.

I'm not a fan of people announcing their sneezes, and hearing the word "sneezy" makes me cringe every time. "Bless me" is just annoying, nine times out of ten.

Yuppers. And/or with one finger up or hand up. Or one word statement of cause of sneezing.

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Least favorite without a doubt is "it went away" or "i thought i was going to sneeze" hate that.

Yep thats probably a popular least favorite on this forum :)

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Least favorite without a doubt is "it went away" or "i thought i was going to sneeze" hate that.

Yep thats probably a popular least favorite on this forum smile.png

Lol very true :)

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Least favorite without a doubt is "it went away" or "i thought i was going to sneeze" hate that.

Yep thats probably a popular least favorite on this forum smile.png

Lol very true :)

I ALSO agree. I wonder why? ;)

And my favourite would be "Excuse me." It is sweet and polite. Bonus points if it is said in stuffed up voice. Okay, everythidg soudds better whed said id stuffed up voice. :lol:

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I actually hate when people do the finger thing. I mean, that could be a finger on the hand on the arm that they could be using to cover up their germs.

Although like Boka, I like stuffy "Excuse me"s and perhaps a small, embarrassed apology. I'm totally annoyed when people start complaining about how sick they are and how badly they feel.

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"oh my god/goodness/gosh", "I can't stop sneezing", "excuse me", or even a little chuckle after the sneeze are some of my favorites :)

I HATE HATE HATE it when someone goes "Bless me!", "What? No bless you?" or "Bless you *insert sneezers name here*" >_> Maybe it's just that i have a major blessing phobia (there's really only 2 people that im comfortable saying it around but that's about it) but that just really bothers me and i feel so awkward afterwards. Like really some people just don't bless because they don't feel like it. (well that's what i would like people to think about me..but like not in the rude sort of way lol)

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things I love, "Uh-oh", "Pardon me", or when they're just speaking about something and they're stubbornly trying to continue to speak even though their breath is hitching. "oh god" is cute. I like, "I'm not done" but not as much at the above. "It's my allergies" would pretty much keel me over in lust.

Things I hate: "I'm gonna sneeze" and "I think I'm gonna sneeze" etc, ESPECIALLY when it is not the first in a fit. Like, okay, I get it, you're gonna sneeze, why are you saying this like it is the very first time you've noticed that? Similarly, "It tickles sooo bad" just makes me want to drill a hole into the earth and disappear. It just sounds super fake and it totally ruins it for me, and something else about it just sort of makes all of my braincells chorus "NO."

"bless me" used to annoy the bejeezuz out of me but nowadays it only really bugs me if it's a dude saying it. go figure.

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I love the "hold on..." "hang on..." "wait..." before the sneeze. After, I adore "Excuse me" and "sorry." Event though there is nothing to excuse or be sorry over, it is so cute when they say it. :) I also love when people say "thank you" after being blessed.

I actually am not fond of talk of allergies or nose feelings. It makes it awkward for me.

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I don't like when they say "I'm going to sneeze" because I'd rather see them rubbing their nose or with their breath hitching before they sneeze. lol

Although it is possible to get both!

True, but I just like to see them fighting off the sneeze while attempting to talk about other stuff and not mentioning the sneeze. Just a random quirk of mine.thumbup1.gif

And yes, like some of you said, I hate "Bless me" or the word "sneezy." Also, I hate it when the sneezer or the person with them laughs after the sneeze happens. I see it on YouTube videos sometimes and it ruins the whole video for me. It's cute when the person is either embarrassed or surprised, like "Whew! I have no idea where that came from", but please no laughing.

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Also, I hate it when the sneezer or the person with them laughs after the sneeze happens. I see it on YouTube videos sometimes and it ruins the whole video for me

I totally agree with this - sneezing is never a joke, it is so much more than that on so many different levels

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'Hold on' and 'I'm going to sneeze' are nice,

I really don't have a problem with people announcing their sneezes, it's quite cute, as long as its not obnoxious, and over the top, attention seeking.. ect.

I like an 'oh god' after a couple of sneeze, and I do like some soft swearing, but as long it isn't too over the top.

Comments about allergies or being sick I find super hot!

I guess I'm not too fussy.

But one thing I really hate, and I have no idea why, but when people say 'bless me', it just makes me cringe.

Probably a rather unpopular opinion, oh well hahaha.

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I think "I can't stop sneezing" could be my favorite. It it was followed by, "Oh, it's getting worse" -- even better. "I have no allergies" and "I never sneeze" would be depressing things to hear.

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I think my favorite thing is when someone gets all flustered and embarrassed after a sneeze and they're all like "sorry" in a small voice and they blush. It's adorable.

I don't really mind when people say stuff like "I think I'm getting sick/my allergies are acting up." I mean, I'm not necessarily partial to it, but I don't mind.

I hate people announcing they're sneezes. It just seems like they're begging for attention. The "hold on" gesture and stuff is fine but announcing just makes it less enjoyable for me. I also hate the "What, no bless you?" stuff. "Bless me" is fine, as long it's not said in a way that obviously means the same thing as "What, no bless you?". I have never blessed anyone in my life and I doubt I ever will. I'm completely bless-you-phobic.

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In my youth this actually happen

the quote I hate to hear.......

"I am glad we decided to go out tonight instead of last night. I was sneezing constantly last night . I was no fun to be with. But the sneezes have completely stopped so there is no problem now."

(My date and I had played tennis together the day before and we were trying to decide which of two nights we would go out for some music (the optiosn were either the same evening as playing tennis or the next evening. We finally settled on the next evening but it could have easily been either.) After tennis, she apparently had a massive hayfever attack that continued for about 20 hours. So the sneezing stopped a few hours BEFORE we went out again. Ugh.

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"Bless me" is just annoying, nine times out of ten.

Exactly how I fell. I don't even like when others say bless you. But i lovee "I'm gonna sneeze" or "my nose is tickling."

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"Bless me" sounds obnoxious! D:

I like "wait a sec", "hang on" before a sneeze. (during a conversation, of course)

Expressing relief after the sneeze is nice. Especially if it's followed by something like "I've been sneezing all day", "My allergies are bad today". Although I like the prospect of contagion, I wouldn't like it if he/she told me they were sick after sneezing in my face and having talked to me for a long time!

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In real life I like pretty much any comment relating to it. I love to hear in my native language someone saying they have to sneeze before they do it, and I also like if they comment on it afterwards. As for sound clips, videos, stories etc. in the internet in English - I really like if the sneezer mentions that her nose tickles or something similar before she sneezes, or saying "I have to sneeze". Also I like any mention of dust, pepper or allergies etc. What I don't really like is if the person talks about being sick, but it's funny that I might like that in real life, or if I know the person, then it can be pretty cute

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