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#3 - thebeerdude (09/30/2013) [-]
#7 - felixjarl ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
I had a hiccup earlier today, it lasted almost 30 minutes. Damn i am smooth.
User avatar #12 - Xaponz (10/01/2013) [-]
wasn't there a little girl who had hiccups for like 8 straight years?
#19 - somethingdoodoo (10/02/2013) [-]
Actualy argued agaisnt a teachers comment on hiccups internet i am dissapointed your google searches are not as good as a Freaking science teacher telling me
User avatar #15 - vampiresensei (10/01/2013) [-]
That would explain why they are painful...
#10 - somethingdoodoo (10/01/2013) [-]
actually hiccups come from when your cells become unstable (according to a science teacher so if you a person on the internet you are smarter than a teacher go ahead and argue)
User avatar #11 to #10 - mrshrapnel (10/01/2013) [-]
How the **** does a cell become unstable?
#14 to #11 - Drfish (10/01/2013) [-]
also cells become unstable at extreme pH's where it is very acidic or basic, or at high temperatures.
#16 to #10 - SpankThePanda (10/01/2013) [-]
I thought science had yet to find a concrete reason for hiccups? or it might have been yawning, I can't quite remember
User avatar #17 to #10 - hybredmoon (10/01/2013) [-]
Hiccups can be caused by a distended stomach, temperature changes, or emotional distress. www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/7623.php
They can also be caused by irritation of the phrenic nerve health.howstuffworks.com/diseases-conditions/respiratory/hiccup1.htm
And hell, you might get them for no reason than your brain short circuits for a little while and thinks you should be breathing water. www.livescience.com/33688-hiccup-purpose.html

The moral of the story here is don't believe everything you are told, no matter who it is telling you something. Especially not something as vague as 'Oh it's unstable cells'. Question everything.
User avatar #18 to #10 - dantemp (10/02/2013) [-]
damn sure I'll argue!
it's time bending dick for sure, how can you disprove that? Do you got any proof it isn't? No? I thought so.
#13 to #10 - Drfish (10/01/2013) [-]
If I'm not mistaken hiccups are caused by a spasm of the epiglotis, the "flesh flap" in your esophagus that switches between letting air into your trachea and letting food into your stomach. But I'm a zoologist not a med professional so...
#6 - blizzeh (10/01/2013) [-]
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User avatar #5 - zerosonaku ONLINE (10/01/2013) [-]
This...This would explain the sensation of fluid in my throat....
#8 to #5 - ohayougozaimasu (10/01/2013) [-]
No, you just suck cock.
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