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Why can I smell honey when I sneeze?

Asked by Hebegeebee (20points) August 29th, 2008

I’m not eating nor am I around honey – and it’s every time I sneeze. Do I have nose bees?

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Allie's avatar

I’m not sure why you smell honey, but consider it a blessing. Honey is delicious. <3

Hebegeebee's avatar

Admittedly, it could be worse…

Magnus's avatar

Be grateful it’s not black pepper you smell.

Harp's avatar

I haven’t found an explanation, but I thought you might be interested to see this. Apparently there are quite a few “honey sneezers” out there.

Mr_M's avatar

Because she doesn’t use deodorant! (Get it?! “Honey smells”? “She doesn’t use deodorant”?)

aneedleinthehayy's avatar

i’ve always found that sneezes smell really bad but not like honey. if you’ve ever been to france, there are fields of yellow flowers and that is what sneezes smell like to me.

MarshallO's avatar

Probably because you are a bee! After all, your name is Hebegee Bee, isn’t it?

Fabbbe's avatar

Because there åre Chemicals in your head

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