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Sneeze Art! No, don't worry.
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Basic Nasalism


You sneeze, you blow your nose, you do something else to it. You feel your senses concentrate in a single, receptive area. The vibrating cilia, the cold damp caressing the membrane with its ghostly thin compress, the tickled nerves, the silent convulsion, the ultimate physical irresistability, loss of control--you must become your nose.

Then, make your art, with all of those nasal sensations pulsing through you. That is what Nasalist innovation is all about: working while in the state. It's the only artistic expertise that people who are ill are most apt to do well.


NO DRUGS! Hookah, okay.

Layout and background image by _marquis.


Coming Soon: History of Nasalism, Movements in Nasalism
afrin, art, bedpans, everything and nothing, morning, mouchoirs, nasalism, nostrils, sneeze art, sneezing, the nose, tissues, urinalsm

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