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By Anonymous - / Saturday 16 March 2013 17:31 / Sweden - Karlskrona
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It's not even the smell the makes people puke, it is the sound. I would know lol. People just need to learn how to silence their puking unless they are too drunk or have the stomach flu.

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17- How are you supposed to silent puke? It always leaves me retching and sobbing for breath, barely able to get in quick gasps of air before each heave. If I'm home with others and have time I usually turn on the water in the bathtub to mask it, but I can't help sounding like a horror movie.

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22, I have a stomach condition in which it is paralyzed. Once there's too much food in my stomach, it has to puke back up. It took me a few months but I learned how to silence my puking. Puking is food and drinks. If the person was vomiting, then it isn't possible to silence that, seeing as it is bile and that pulls a lot more than just a stomach up. Either way, I puke every day and I'm able to keep it silent. Dry heaving is impossible to silence.

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37 - There is no difference between puking and vomitting, puking is just more of a slang term for it. And bullshit you can puke silently. You might not make any noise, but your puke still does when it lands.... though I suppose that could be mistaken for some bad diarrhea...

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