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Heh. Technically, it is "scratch" not "itch," since "itch" is a noun, but all of my friends who speak English as a second language say "itch," no matter how many times I correct them. XD

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Sometimes, you just have a violent sneeze. Don't tell me you've never had a violent sneeze before. It happens to everyone at least once. TBH, I get very violent hiccups. If keep my mouth closed, it's still loud enough on the inside that I've actually gotten kicked out of class until they stopped because I was disrupting everyone. The bad part about keeping my mouth shut with hiccups so violent is it hurts like hell from the diaphragm up, so unless something important is going on around me, I have to keep my mouth open to stay comfortable.

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  dudeitsdanny  |  6

#59 is almost awesome. An itch is what you scratch. Itch can be a verb. "My nose was itching, so I scratched it." Or "I had an itch on my nose, so I scratched it." I love #59 anyway ;D OP: FYL. Similar, less painful things have happened to me while sneezing.

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