I have asked several people this question and all agree, no one knows where it comes from.
I can see you looking perplexed and wondering what the heck it is I am talking about. Well it is gross. You might want to stop now.
You have been warned, here it is:
Where the hell does all that snot in your nose come from?
I spent five minutes blowing my nose Tuesday morning. And I sounded horrible as I filled kleenex after kleenex. Checked to make sure it was not green because you know infection. And no more than two minutes after the five minute blowing fest, I had to blow again.
No one seems to know.
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T has been feeling a little under the weather for the last couple of days.
Runny nose. The right side of his neck (throat) hurts when he swallows. A headache. Pain in the sinus area.
Like all moms I have been harassing him non-stop to blow his nose. He refuses because ‘Mom it never helps!’ It does if you do it more than once.
Yesterday morning there were tears. T was feeling the stuffy nose, the sore throat, he did not want to go for his eye appointment.
I was sitting on the couch having my coffee when he comes out into the living room and plops down on the couch next to me. He looks over at me and says:
‘Mom I can smell now! My nose is okay.’
‘Wow what happened? Did you blow it?’
He looks at me all squinty eyed not impressed with me in the least.
‘Are you being sarcastic mom?’
‘You know you really are not funny.’ I was standing in front of him laughing away.
‘Maybe not to you but all the other moms out there are going to find this hilarious. Just blow your nose when I tell you to and this will not be a problem.’
Needless to say as I chortled away T sat with his arms crossed staring at me with that look. Which only made me laugh more.