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#1
Just a random thread, Because I'm bored and can't get sleep.

Everytime I look at sun or a bright light it makes me sneeze. I read somewhere that only 25% of people have this thing and that people who have to sneeze when they see a bright light tend to assume everyone does, and people who don’t have to sneeze have often never even considered the possibility.
#5
I thought it was "If you feel the sneeze, but its not coming, and you have that painful waiting period, then you look at a bright light and it will instigate the sneeze."

Shit never works for me, though.
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#6
Yes I sneeze when I look at bright lights, but I usually sneeze like 25 times a day. is that weird?
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#8
No. Never.
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#9
Yep. Happened to me several times today, in fact.

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people who have to sneeze when they see a bright light tend to assume everyone does

I thought this as well.
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#10
If I already have to sneeze it helps things along, only then though.

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#13
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me too... kinda seems strange from my perspectve...
#16
Also, I think I remember reading somewhere that it affects people with brown eyes most.
I have brown eyes. Don't recall anything like that happening.

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#20
I do, my mom says I'm allergic to the sun.
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#21
I don't recall ever sneezing when looking at bright lights. It's been a while since I've sneezed anyway
#24
Sometimes. My brother used to sneeze every time he walked outside.
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#28
How about not looking at the sun, moron.

OT: nope, I do not suffer from the Photic Sneeze Reflex.
Last edited by br33dlove at Aug 7, 2010,
#29
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How about not looking at the sun, moron.

OT: nope, I do not suffer from the Photic Sneeze Reflex.


I dont need to look at the sun, even if i look at the sky on a bright day ill be sneezing like a bastard for 10 minutes!
#30
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When I was younger.

Also, I think I remember reading somewhere that it affects people with brown eyes most.

I have blue eyes and it affects me...
#31
When I'm at friend houses or at some place with lots of pollen (I have some allergies), I start sneezing a bit and sometimes, I'm at the edge of throwing out a sneeze but I just can't and oh god it's so freaking annoying when it happens. Feels so bad and annoying.

My friend always suggests me "LOOK AT A BRIGHT LIGHT" or "LOOK AT THE SUN", and I always do...

BUT IT NEVER ****ING WORKS
#32
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I have blue eyes and it affects me...


He said "most" not "only". Ain't confusing.

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My friend always suggests me "LOOK AT A BRIGHT LIGHT" or "LOOK AT THE SUN", and I always do...


Again, don't look at the fecking sun you Muppet.
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#33
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Again, don't look at the fecking sun you Muppet.


Make me. It's not your problem if I get sight problems.

Mind your own business, mate. Or don't, I don't care at the end.

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#35
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I'm aware of what looking directly at the sun can cause to someone's vision. It's not like it is uncommon, and I'm not stupid enough to do it. When that situation with my friend would happen, I wouldn't look directly to it (I'm not even able to anyways), but near.
#37
I thought to get rid of sneezes you like at a light and go "BANANAS BANANAS BANANAS!!"

My theory is proved incorrect.
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