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much I rule. For other uses, see Gleek (disambiguation). 2 In the first half of the 20th century the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, the precursor to the American Lung Association, and state affiliates had educational campaigns against spitting to reduce the chance of spreading tuberculosis. There's no yellow anywhere, traitor. Supreme Court of the United States continues to be provided with a personal cuspidor. More crappy children's art work: Crappy art #1, crappy art #2. F, kyle, age 8, you spelled America wrong asshole. It can represent a "symbolical regurgitation" or an act of intentional contamination. Gleeking can also be induced, for instance, by pressing the underside of the tongue upwards against the palate, then pushing the tongue forward while simultaneously moving the jaw slightly forward; or by yawning deeply and pressing the tongue against the palate.

5 However, because of hygiene, transmission of disease and social taboos, this practice has waned and instead a black mark of kohl or kajal is put on the forehead or cheek of the child to ward off the evil eye. Then, frequent spitting was part of everyday life, and at all levels of society it was thought ill-mannered to suck back saliva to avoid spitting. A waiter coming to ask you if youd like anything else every 10 minutes makes the French feel rushed and unwanted. The pictures are always of some stupid flower or a tree with wheels. After stumbling a few times, the French person will likely stop you and respond in English (because they actually have a low tolerance for terrible French, once youve proven you tried). Gleeking (also gleeting, geeking, gleeping, glitting, gleaking, glicking, glything, glanding, geezing, cobra spitting, venoming, lizard spitting, gland glop ) is the projection of saliva from the sublingual gland upon compression by the tongue. Of course not, but hes a bus driver, hes supposed to speak English! What are your experiences with cultural differences when staying abroad? A b "Ptiu s nu te deochi" - an article about spitting against "deochi" in a Romanian newspaper a b Revista de Superstitii si Obiceiuri Populare Deochiul - superstitie sau adevar?