What happens if you sneeze with your eyes open?
i've heard that your eye ball's would pop out if you sneezed with your eyes open (which I cant, nor can anyone I have ever known), do you know anyone who has sneezed with his/her eyes open?
Your eyes closing is a reflex when we sneeze. Your eyes are secure and will not pop-out when a 175-200 mph sneeze comes through. I don't know of anyone who has sneezed with there eyes open. That would be quite complicated.
I don't believe that you can actually sneeze with your eyes open.
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