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Life is only what you wonder.

Thursday, April 01, 2004

You Are SO Good Looking.

Question du jour:

Do some people take offense when they sneeze and you say "gesundheit" instead of "bless you"?

If so, what's that all about?

It isn't as if "gesundheit" is German for "Hail Satan and smoke another cigarette while you're at it". Right?

This is something I've noticed at work. Someone sneezes - a co-worker calls out "Bless you!"

Immediate reply: "Thank you."

Then someone (okay, ME) calls out "gesundheit".

Silence.

I need some light shed on this apparent gesundheitphobia, like, NOW.

This post is by Special Guest Blogger Chistopher.
Jimmy is currently on vacation and will return Wednesday, April 7th.