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Actually that seems to make sense to me

I've actually always been a little disturbed whenever anyone blew their nose in a classroom or anything. It's 100% a selfish act that does nothing for those around you. hmmm. . .

Also there's something off about a pretty girl going "HOOOOOOONK!!!!!!!!"

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I disagree. It's far more annoying to have somebody in a classroom sniffling throughout the day than hearing him relieve himself only once.

Believe me, I know. I'm that guy.

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Fuck, me too.
G.Silver wrote:It's "hanamisu" and literally means "nose water."
... So... it didn't mean "flower juice"? BLURGH!

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Or do it at all. I don't actually enjoy blowing my nose. It does sound pretty gross.

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Oompa's stories reminded me of the time I got a shampoo bottle stuck on my finger. This happened when I was 13, but I've only recently been comfortable talking about it.

I was taking a shower and using a mostly empty shampoo bottle. I didn't want to have to get another one out, and the lid's opening was gunked up, so I tried to use my pinky to clean it.

It wouldn't come off, so I pulled on it some, which hurt. It took me a few minutes of sitting with the water running to come to the horrible realization "This thing is stuck."

I tried rotating it and pulling it, but no dice. The opening had grooves, which were cutting into my skin. I finally decided this was going to just have to be embarrassing, so I awkwardly got dressed and went to my parents.

After they quit laughing we tried pulling it, rotating it, using lotion, soap, butter, and the like to lubricate it, all to no avail. All that really hurt, and it was getting to the point where my finger was swelling, leaving me even worse off.

My father decided he was going to get some garden shears and try to use them to break the plastic. He positioned them and slipped a little bit on the first attempt, at which point I decided that I was not going to trust him with that one. Everyone was becoming a little more panicked, which was not helping matters. Then we tried to use pliers to break the plastic, which succeeded, but the wrong part - now I had jagged plastic surrounding the part on my finger.

Eventually my mother called the local doctor at home (it's a small town). He was in bed, but came out to his office. He laughed a lot, then got these plier-like things, and used them to break the rest of the plastic off, freeing me. My finger was ridiculously cut up and swollen, so he laughed some more and bandaged it. He didn't charge us anything, as he said he'd have a great story out of it. I went home and went to bed.

It took several days for my finger to return to normal size and color.

A couple months later I slipped stepping out of the shower and hit my foot on the corner of the shower stall partition, and lost an impressive amount of blood.

My parents still joke about those if I'm at their house and go to take a shower.

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Wait, I thought the soup slurping thing was China? Or was that belching after meals?

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I think I'd blocked it out until reading some of the posts in this thread, but I'm pretty sure I had a bug stuck in my ear once when I was about eight. It was one pretty much the most horrifying thing ever. I don't think anyone told me until they got it out, but I could be wrong. Hurt like hell, though. It was one of those little thin beetle-looking things.

I think I'll go have a cumulative case of the willies now.

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I used to put boogers regularly on the wall next to my bed when I was a kid. After enough boogers amassed on the wall, my mom made me clean and scrub them and I never put boogers on it again.

After that I decorated my wall with a bunch of origami, but after 10 or so years I've since put that away and have decided to put stuff that I'm interested in on the wall (2 Sonic posters, a One Piece poster, and two things I painted/illustrated are currently on the wall)

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I don't know of any place where burping after a meal is considered appropriate except except for, I dunno, societies of trolls or ogres. In Japan apparently if you sit and eat quietly without making any noise it suggests that you don't like the soup. In particular you're supposed to make noise while sucking down the noodles.

I've noticed in Japanese porn sometimes that the girls make a lot of slurping noise while sucking someone off (more than I've noticed in western porn), so I wonder if it isn't related to that.

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Senbei wrote:I disagree. It's far more annoying to have somebody in a classroom sniffling throughout the day than hearing him relieve himself only once.

Believe me, I know. I'm that guy.
I'm always self-conscious when I have the sniffles. I just can't stand the thought of possibly pissing someone off because of my sniffling and snorting.
Bo wrote:Oompa's stories reminded me of the time I got a shampoo bottle stuck on my finger.
Weird. Something similar happened to me once when I was twelve. I got a cheap little ring from a gumball machine at a PX. I slipped it on my finger, only to find out I couldn't remove it. I tried using soap and then lotion, but it wouldn't come off. My mom had to take me to a jewelery store at a nearby mall so they cut it off. Nowadays I make sure I don't purchase fake jewelery from gumball machines.
G.Silver wrote:I've noticed in Japanese porn sometimes that the girls make a lot of slurping noise while sucking someone off (more than I've noticed in western porn), so I wonder if it isn't related to that.
They're just pretending to enjoy it.

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This has got to be the grossest thread I have ever seen on the GHZ. And I have been on this board for a LONG TIME.

I love it. :lol:

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I've noticed in Japanese porn sometimes that the girls make a lot of slurping noise while sucking someone off (more than I've noticed in western porn), so I wonder if it isn't related to that.
Are those noises genuine? I always thought they added them in during editing. They're pretty high class like that with porn in Japan.


I used to work with this crazy chick who had dozens of noserings and she claimed it was impossible to blow her nose at all. When she wanted to clean it, she had to use q-tips.

I am rather enjoying this thread.

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Yep, with their enhanced sounds and those fancy mosaics! Regardless of if the sounds are real they must be there because somebody likes hearing them. Gotta say I don't, really.

So hey, does anyone ever look at their poop and just think "Man, that's interesting! I wish I had someone to talk to about my poop?" Surely there's some sort of.. fecalogist? who answers people's poop-related questions? Ask Dr. Poop? I am curious!

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Just looked, and apparently, there IS a Poop Doctor.

This thread is fantastic XD I'll contribute when I'm not so tired.

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Bo wrote:Oompa's stories reminded me of the time I got a shampoo bottle stuck on my finger. This happened when I was 13, but I've only recently been comfortable talking about it.
What a coincidence, I got my finger caught in a shampoo bottle when I was 13.

But by shampoo bottle, I mean vacuum.

And by 13, I mean 20.





And by finger I mean peanut butter

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According to my parents, when I was a few months old (maybe even a year or two), I stuffed blanket fuzz up my nose. Just shoved it right up there.

I guess it goes without saying that I must have been a very bored kid that day.

They didn't notice I had done it until some time, when they began to notice a foul odor coming from my general direction.

They took me to the doctor, who pulled the fuzz out. It took both my mom and dad, and two nurses, to hold me down so the doctor could get at me with tweezers or whatever it was that he used.

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Only thing I can remember along these lines is getting a pencil stub stuck up my nose when I was really young. I have no idea what possessed me to try and put the damn thing up there, but the end result was it remained there for a week because I was too freaked out to tell anyone about it. Only a unexpected sneeze a week later made it rocket out across the classroom, making everyone else wonder how I'd managed to make this pencil stub magically appear.

My terrifying experience is nothing in comparison to some of the other stuff on this thread, though.

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