Thomas Blomseth tracked his sneezes for five years, over 60,000 of them, and may have ended his pollen allergy
Sneezing in Slow Motion; somehow simultaneously more fascinating, terrifying, and disgusting than you'd imagine it'd be. [more inside]
Magician Rich Ferguson doing a Halloween head drop trick on the streets of his home town San Luis Obispo.
Achoo, Achoo, Achoo Not Dopey, not Grumpy, not Doc, not Bashful, not Sleepy, not Happy
Why Don't We Do It In Our Sleeves? A short instructional video.
Did you sneeze before breakfast this morning? Well, expect some exciting news... this according to a page of sneezing folklore. (I might add that sneezing feels mighty nice.)