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As a non-native English speaker I have a question, why do people mess up the would have? I've been seeing it a lot recently

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Oy naah, this guy is a full on boundaryless animal. Words wont reach him. The primal instincts have taken over.

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Love the frozen reference. Anyways disgusting, yes. Healthy, inconclusive only theories that it helps immune system by introducing bacteria and viruses in a near dead state. Either way I still find it disgusting and should talk to him about it

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In the south it's still would've, which is still a contraction for would have. It's pronounced the same and spelled the same everywhere you go.

that reminds me of when I was a kid my cousins used to stay over and I watched one of them pick a huge juicy booger that was like the size of her palm then let the dog eat it....*shudders inwardly*

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Immune system help partly a habit, but partly the salt if you like salty tastes Sounds gross, but it's not your body. On the flip side, if you still can't break the habit, do it only in absolute private so you won't be judged and others won't be grossed out.

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There is no benefit to your immune system. People have made this up because they want to excuse their disgusting habit. Snot & mucous goes down the nose and back of the throat all the time, so we always ingest mucous and snot. So picking a booger & eating it does not increase your immune system more than the snot & mucous that is already being ingested. Good try though booger eaters. *gag*

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Not a plus side, but whenever I'm sick and congested my snot just kinda leaks into my throat anyway. Gross and annoying, but at least it's sort of a natural thing...

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That's what I'm saying 84. It's already going down our throat all the time. So if there is a boost in the immune system, eating a few boogers will not increase your immune system any more than all the snot and mucous that is already being ingested. If there's any immune boost its from the snot & mucous already going down our throats. And yes, even though snot & mucous is already being ingested, that is involuntary and not touching our tastebuds. Booger eating is voluntary and touches you

Time to sit him down and discuss hygiene and just like in general. So disgusting (wiggles nose)

I knew a guy in high school who proudly ate his boogers, because "they are healthy" he would eat them in class, and didn't care who saw. It was absolutely disgusting!

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#20 I don't know what's worse the fact your friend eats "black boogers" or the fact you are actually sharing that with people. That's disgusting

Might want to sanitize the doorknobs and sit down and have a lovely chat with him. Yikes! *cringes*

My husband does that but not as noticeably. He says every guy does it even if it's not around other people lol. Still gross though

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Every guy certainly does not do it. It's a disgusting habit and just the thought of it makes me shudder.

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Since we live in a highly offendable culture Im going to take this chance to say that is sexist stereotyping..

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