No one says bless you if you sneeze in public anymore

Not sure I like that

Not sure I like it at all

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Sorry mate, people listened to me

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You jerk.

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Has happened to me (both as a blesser and a blessee) at least ten times recently. It’s still alive, probably just not in the big city.

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I’ve started saying “Bless you” for other bodily expulsions of air

I’m too secular to see this as anything but a good thing.

Although in these Covid times I’d hope to see a little fear…

This is great actually

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I say bless you every time my baby sneezes.

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I think I’ve mentioned this in the ‘annoying your partner’ thread, but I like to say ‘bless you’ to my wife after every burp, sneeze, cough etc etc that she does, anything really. Really winds her up for some reason.

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Bless you

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My little nephew sneezed for the first time when I was holding him the other day and he looked more confused than anyone I’ve ever seen.

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Thank you.

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Its so funny, they have no idea whats going on bless them (aha, see what i did there).

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If anyone needs a bless you in future just pop into this thread and say achoo

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Maybe not in London :wink:

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Sometimes people say it to me but probably because I have such a pathetic little sneeze

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Come on now

Gf says it all the time, i never bother, she’s much nicer than me.

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We can’t have bus chargers and bless yous at the same time

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Skimmed the thread and only read first part of your post, can’t leave such great #content to the 2nd sentence

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