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I don't have any unusual sneezing triggers. Ever since I learned that snatiation is an actual thing I am very curious if anyone experiences it?? It sounds ridiculous. Seriously look at the backronym on the wiki page for a good laugh.
@Elektra I'm glad I made you blush, hehe. That's high praise. I'm surprised you've never heard of Hurt/Comfort (H/C) before? I always thought it was like the respectable stalking horse of cough fetishism/sneezing fetish. Whereas just about no one is aware of the extent of my fetishes and how much they turn me on, I freely admit to loving hurt/comfort and even babble about wanting to help favorite characters when they're sick and give them medicine. All of my friends and my spouse are aware of my love of h/c.
I also know what you mean about the "danger" aspect of coughing. Part of the attraction is how it can indicate that a character is seriously ill (or at least sick enough to require extra rest and care); although I like to fetishize it in a more fluffy way, if that's possible. The character just has a bad cold, or if it's something more serious they're going to get better once they finish this course of medicine, etc. I'm with you on loving the sound of wet, phlegmy coughs, and it's hard to find videos with that sound that aren't from ancient chain smokers (which is a total turn-off for me personally.)
Also, the fic scenario where a character is struggling to breathe: HECK YES.