Post # 16
RedHeadKel : lol, I’m gonna use that.
I’m not religious either and I don’t really even think about all that devil stuff – it just seems so unfinished to leave a sneeze hanging out there. So I end up excusing myself.
I also had no idea that addressing a sneeze had geographical culture lines! lol – just thought it was universal.
Post # 17
Idk if I would say weird, but defintely rude.
Post # 18
No one says bless you at my job, which I think is a good thing. I don’t say it at work but I say it to friends/family. I don’t really want my sneezes to be acknowledged, it’s weird when you think about it.
Post # 19
If I hear it, I’ll usually bless someone. I don’t know if I would notice if no one said it. But it seems like someone who sneezes a lot might need a blessing, anyway.
Post # 20
I actually hold my sneezes in whenever I’m in public(including work) because I don’t want anyone to “bless” me. It’s just awkward. I’m not religious and I just don’t get it. How come no one ever says “bless you” after someone has a coughing fit? For religious folk, wouldn’t that make more sense? After all, they could have been choking to death. But of course I wouldn’t want to be “blessed” no matter what bodily functions had just occurred. I find it bizarre.
Post # 21
i hate sneezing in public or at work or when i was in school i just hated it but if i did i expected a bless you , not from the whole office or class but you get what im saying. I didnt know it was a thing that some people just dont do lol