A Natural History of the Senses (Diane Ackerman)

But humans huff and tremble in an anticipatory itch, draw in a big gobful of air, contract the ribs and stomach like a bellows, and violently shoot air into the nose, where it stops short, blasts the general area, and sometimes sprays messily out of the nose and mouth all at once.

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