- a plucking bad idea?
Sunni Muslims never get hayfever. This is due the fact that their 5 times a day pre-prayer ablutions of nasal passages ensures they all have pollen free snouts. This gives Al-Qaeda a significant advantage over sneezing Nato forces in Afghanistan during spring/early summer.Posted 4 years agoMrNuttMember
Whats the consensus on the removal of nose hair during the hay fever season, does nasal foliage genuinely work as a filtration system or is it just storing it for a prolonged period, drying it out over night and making it insignificantly worse. In the interests of science I have deforested my left nostril whilst my right shall remain hirsute, don’t say I don’t do nuffink for you.
Findings will be declared tomorrow evening or when ever I remember whichever is later.Posted 4 years ago10Subscriber
Recently I have been just trimming the protruding hairs to leave some filtration for pollen and dust. It seems to add reinforcement to my bogeys giving bigger crusty ones than would normally have formed. Also the added down side of hairs being ripped out with too if picking becomes required. On the whole i think I’m going to get my nostrils waxed. Smooth.Posted 4 years ago
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