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What is your preference (hankies, tissues, etc) when it comes to blowing your nose? Do you blow much at all? Does it change when you're sick or have allergies?

Personally I was always a toilet paper only nose blower for quite a few years. Then a few months ago I got back into using handkerchiefs here and there, and they have now become my go to for the most part. The main exception is just when I'm sick with a cold or flu I will now buy real tissues for all the nose blowing. 

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28 minutes ago, Trynasneeze said:

What is your preference (hankies, tissues, etc) when it comes to blowing your nose? Do you blow much at all? Does it change when you're sick or have allergies?

Personally I was always a toilet paper only nose blower for quite a few years. Then a few months ago I got back into using handkerchiefs here and there, and they have now become my go to for the most part. The main exception is just when I'm sick with a cold or flu I will now buy real tissues for all the nose blowing. 

I always use handkerchiefs.  Whether I'm sick or not, I don't go out without my hankies.  Even when I'm at home I always have a handkerchief with me, usually tucked into my sleeve.  Even without allergies, I have a tic of blowing my nose frequently during the day.

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Sometimes I'll use Kleenex Balsam Tissues if I run out of handkerchiefs but I mainly use handkerchiefs.

I work away in my truck all week and have atleast 30 with me. When I'm back home I'll replenish the stock in my truck so I always have 30. At home I have about 60.

I'll sometimes use a handkerchief per day unless I have a cold or flu then I can use about 6 per day plus tissues. Recently I've been sneezing abit but I think its because of the sun or grass and therefore I have blown my nose a fair bit 🤧🤧🤧🤧

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I only use hankies for all daily uses.especially if i have a cold hankies with out a doubt is the only thing i use i hate paper they are so gross.

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I rarely if ever blow my nose, but after I induce or when I’m sick, I use either paper towels or old clothes. I find that they are sturdier when you have a lot of mess to deal with, which is the case when I’m sick.

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I only use handkerchiefs for all occasions. Its a big part of my fetish.

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This summer I started using handkerchiefs for sneezing, and for lighter blowing. I don't use them all the time (tissues too), but they're fun.

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I blow my nose into Puffs Plus tissues and have to blow my nose at least 1-2 times per day (non-allergies or cold) and 20+ times per day if I have a cold or if my allergies are acting up.  

In the past, I have tried blowing my nose with bandanas/handkerchiefs, toilet paper, napkins or paper towels (and I have made videos/audio recordings of these), but I prefer to blow my nose into tissues.  

On a side note, with every gurgly, snotty blow that I have, I am still sometimes mesmerized by the amount of snot that comes out and how wet the tissue gets.  Does anyone else feel like this when they blow their nose?

Jeff

 

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Hi Jeff, absolutely mesmerized when you blow, when any guy blows like that, or when I produce a huge amount of snot myself. Heaven:-)

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On 9/1/2022 at 1:22 PM, cjblo said:

Hi Jeff, absolutely mesmerized when you blow, when any guy blows like that, or when I produce a huge amount of snot myself. Heaven:-)

Hey there CJ, how's it going?  Glad you enjoy my blows!  I don't know why I am still surprised at times by the amount of snot that comes out of my nose.  It's funny because if I hear someone else blow like that, I am not surprised.  Do you find that happens to you too?

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On 9/3/2022 at 3:07 PM, Jeff said:

Hey there CJ, how's it going?  Glad you enjoy my blows!  I don't know why I am still surprised at times by the amount of snot that comes out of my nose.  It's funny because if I hear someone else blow like that, I am not surprised.  Do you find that happens to you too?

Hi Jeff, completely the opposite. I hardly ever see anyone have a real good blow in my presence. Alas. But me, but that rarely surprises me...

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I can't remember the last time I blew my nose... I almost never get sick and when I do I get off pretty lightly, so there's no need for me to blow. 

But I would probably use my blanket xD

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On 9/13/2022 at 9:52 AM, Yumestar said:

I can't remember the last time I blew my nose... I almost never get sick and when I do I get off pretty lightly, so there's no need for me to blow. 

But I would probably use my blanket xD

Wow that's crazy. I can't even imagine never blowing my nose

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3 hours ago, Trynasneeze said:

Wow that's crazy. I can't even imagine never blowing my nose

I never thought this was crazy. I just never do xD 

I find it so weird using a handkerchief when people are looking and I'm always around people, so... It just never happens xD

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3 hours ago, Yumestar said:

I never thought this was crazy. I just never do xD 

I find it so weird using a handkerchief when people are looking and I'm always around people, so... It just never happens xD

Yeah that's fair enough, I used to be the same. Nowadays though I pretty much need to blow my nose every time I sneeze so it got kinda impractical for me. 

If you were to blow your nose would a handkerchief be the pick Vs a tissue?

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9 hours ago, Trynasneeze said:

Yeah that's fair enough, I used to be the same. Nowadays though I pretty much need to blow my nose every time I sneeze so it got kinda impractical for me. 

If you were to blow your nose would a handkerchief be the pick Vs a tissue?

I would probably use my blanket xD 

I never realised there was a difference between handkerchief and tissue. (In German, they both mean the same), but when you mean paper Vs fabric, I would rather use a paper tissue rather than a handkerchief made of fabric. 

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