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The Proper Way to Pick Nose the Delicacy The best thing God has done for man is to give him a nose and a pinky The nose is the very essence of mans existence Without this precious gift humanity itself can not live pass a single minute This magnificent structure allows life to flow in and out gently through its two frontal openings The constant flow of air must be perpetual Nothing should obstruct this flow in any way If it ceases the life it maintains will be terminated forever However once in awhile irritating bacteria also known as burgers clogs our continuous delicate stream This heinous fence of filth impedes the free movement of life which induces suffering upon the less fortunate These burgers are simple to detect Devious as they can be they come in all sort of shape and sizes to confuse the host Some may even have long thick black hairs that penetrates its membrane like a knife stabbing a heart The texture may be hard or soft depending upon the duration that it was in the nose The longer they sit the hard they become The colors that are displayed on their surfaces ranges from a pale green to a black red if one just had a nose-bleed Also another way to test the quality of it is to place the burger in his or her mouth it usually have a salty taste like sweat after a long hot jog Sometimes it may even be crunchy and chewy but do not be deceived it is still a burger but with sand and dirt that resides within Detecting the burger is the first very important step Once one senses that a burger dwells in his or her nose one must dispose of it right away Our God the merciful and affectionate blessed everyone with two handy instrument to fight off these
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