This disqualifies you from being a fighter pilot, I've heard.
sciam claims that it doesn't, because you can just wear sunglasses.
Uh huh, and being gay doesn't make you any less of a soldier, but it's still tricky at the recruiting office. Fear being put to rest and regulations are two different things; if the FAA still won't let you fly on Sudafed, the USAF probably isn't a bastion of liberalism about a disease with a Ray-Ban cure. What's that? Do I have a citation? Pfeh!
well, "disease" may seem a bit harsh on reflection, but in this case? absolutely. justified. fer sure.
people with this disease should be ostracized from society! It's the PLAGUE!
my bro does.. my hypothesis was that the nose wrinkled up and whatever stuff he had in his nose irritated the insides and made him sneeze.
I've done this my whole life, and always wondered why.
I read about this phenomenon once as a kid, and ever since then I've made use of it. If I start to get a tickle in my nose and know that I want to sneeze but it isn't coming, I just look at a light bulb or the sun or something to bring it on.
I like this genetic weirdness. I find it convenient when I feel a sneeze coming on. Suffer, you normal people with your inability to get a trapped sneeze out!