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i can whistle out of my nose. not on command but it just appears i maybe do it 3 days of the week. if not than more. is this unusual. do i need help?

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No, it'snot a bad thing...

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no. its not bad its jst way u r.i snort everytime i laugh.

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Every one is like weird and random in their own way hey you whistle out your nose an i trip like a pro and my ankle and hip and shoulder click and pop :) no worries brah :)

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America's Got Talent???..........8)
My nose likes to make faint whistling noises when I'm tryin to go to sleep, now that's annoying

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Hehe ;)) greeny for you
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Sooo, I asked a question, and it got removed. So Ask emailed me saying it got removed because something like, it didn't play well with others? LOLOL!!! ;o
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Did it also run with scissors?????
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Yup, lol. I asked, "has anyone else noticed the robots are following other robots now on Ask?" and it got removed. :(
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OOOOOOOOOO, you asked a "No No" question..........
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:O ehh!
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Nah you're good.....I can look someone in the eyes and shake my eyes side to side really fast, that's kinda weird lol ;)) Like ^Danni said, everyone's weird in their own way ;))

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Omg my friend could do that! Except he would have you shake your finger really fast in front of his eyes and his is would follow it really
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Luckyyyyyyy. The only thing I can do with my nose is.....a....Aa......AAAA-Chuuuuuu....
...brb...

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Mr_FadedGlory

You have what we call in the medical field, a deviated septum. In extreme cases, corrective surgery would be needed. A deviated septum can cause sleep apnea, snoring, and other respiratory problems.
JK, I'm not a doctor and I have no idea what the heck is wrong with you! Actually, sounds like you have a "whistling booger"!

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dustee

lol that great.... be happy talent you have..you go boy...

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Lol, no. Some people have that too.

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