Dang, bless you.
Dang, bless you.
The video of this clip is one of those things that you’ll replay at least 178 times.
Sometimes your body just doesn’t cooperate.
You should really just call in sick today.
You’re literally living in your own world.
Happy spring, allergy sufferers!
No matter what you do, no matter how much you prepare, no matter how calm and collected you try to appear, there is no escaping the face you make when you sneeze. Sneezes are the great equalizers of this world.
These are the cutest responses you’ll ever see to the high pollen counts plaguing the country this year.
I hope these twins make fun of their dad forever.
Is there anything more adorable than dogs sneezing? I think not.
Have the sniffles? I assure you, this little guy has it worse! I think they should name him Drillbear. Watch Video ›
Your sneeze can produce 40,000 infectious aerosol droplets, which travel at speeds of anywhere between 47 mph and 649 mph. Oddly, science hasn’t apparently devoted a lot of timing finding out the actual speed of your airborne mucus, but it varies by your age and the size of the sneeze in question. View List ›
Faking a sick day is a subtle art. There are distinct rules for channeling your best flu voice or miming the perfect sneeze. And logging onto Facebook? Forget about it. Though it seems not everyone got the memo…… View List ›
Just like the Richter scale measures earthquakes, the Sneezer scale measures face-quakes. Check out the 7 definitive sneeze-styles and what they say about you. View List ›
Of ten different animal sneezes, which has the cutest sneeze? Place your vote in the comments! View List ›
Turns out that kissing is a biological imperative: Science shows it helps boost our immunities to certain diseases. Want to beat the Cytomegalovirus, a bug that is carried in saliva and is usually harmless but can cause major problems during pregnancy. So here’s what science says: “Female inoculation with a specific male’s cytomegalovirus is most efficiently achieved through mouth-to-mouth contact and saliva exchange, particularly where the flow of saliva is from the male to the typically shorter female.” Read More ›