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...whether it's a person you know or a celebrity, do you ever try to imagine what that sneeze would sound like? I imagine that, yes, this is something of a pastime for many of us here (I know it is for me!). My main question, then, is, what "starting point," or clue, do you use to imagine what the person's sneeze would sound like? Do you make your predictions based on the sound of a person's voice, on her/his personality, or on something else? And do you generally find that your predictions are accurate?
That was lovely, I started watching from near the end and I was looking at all the women and wondering which one Heidi was (as usual CBB is full of people I don't recognise) but I was hoping it would be her because she's so beautiful. Really gorgeous! Thank you for sharing.
Oh my goodness You write the best Tony, as always, and I'm so excited to see more of my babe Natasha here. What a nice scenario too! Stuck at sea with nowhere to hide...I'm pumped.
(Also I love ScarJo as a strawberry blonde)
I like being blessed when I sneeze in public -- which, unfortunately, rarely happens due to my mental block. I like blessing others more, though -- because, as much as I like getting a "bless you" for myself, it does make me feel a bit embarrassed in the sense of "I can't believe this person actually noticed me and thought it worthwhile to bless me!" I'm sure that reaction comes from my shyness and lowish self-esteem.