Thursday, October 21, 2010

Dracula Sneeze



Holding your arm up over your face in a position similar to Dracula holding up his cape and then sneezing into your elbow 
 Example:
 
Do to the H1N1 swine flu pandemic the Centers For Disease Control recommends using the Dracula sneeze technique to avoid spreading germs. 

24 comments:

  1. I have always sneezed like that, I'm not sure why, but good to know it's preventative style.

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  2. weird, don't think I know any1 who would do this.

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  3. hahaha gonna do this if i have to sneeze :-D

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  4. finally, a way to sneeze in style :']

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  5. sneeze in my elbowpit?

    hell no

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  6. I usually don't have any time to react, so I just aim it down or to the side. I do this if I do feel it coming.

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  7. A.K.A. not sneezing like a dirtbag. Keep it up, I'll be around.

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  8. that is how my kids were taught how to sneeze in preschool... they didn't give it the name though

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  9. I'm surprised they have a term for it.

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  10. Ahah, clever.

    How is this nastier than sneezing into your hand? You won't be touching everything and everyone around you with your elbow-pit, I hope.

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  11. Thats how I always have sneezed ever since my friend contracted it =/

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  12. So when someone sneezes, do I have to drive a stake through their heart?

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  13. that's how they taught my kids how to sneeze at school. When I try to do it I always seem to get boogers on my sleeve.

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  14. My wife is a natural Dracula sneezer, I'm still a shark fin sneezer have to get into the habit of doing this.

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  15. wait.. who doesn't do that already... god people can be stupid.

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