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    Silly worry wort.
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    An_203549 posted:
    Okay, haha I have alot of silly worries, and this is one of many.. But... When weedeating or driving with the windows down, or anytime something flies up my nose for w/e reason, I worry that somehow that little object is going to cause me harm.. I never choke or anything... but still.. lol Is it harmful?
     
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    larsstarscanary responded:
    I don't like it when anything goes up my nose or down my throat, like a bug--I can see why this would distress you. Were you able to dislodge the little objects?

    I think as long as the objects are dislodged, you'll be okay.


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