What Not To Pour Up Your NoseSeptember 16, 2007
When I was in fifth grade, I had a cold & my sinuses were all stuffed up. My parents had some nasal spray medicine & I got it & tried using it, but I think my nostrils were all blocked or whatever, and so it was not effective. I decided that it would be better if I lay on my bed on my back & hung my head over the edge so that my nostrils were facing straight up, and then I inverted the medicine squeezy bottle & squeezed some of the medicine in one nostril. It was enough. Apparently the simple addition of gravity turns nasals sprays from “misters” into “streaming hoses of firewater.” I am amazed I didn’t just start bleeding copiously from my nose. The liquid jetted into my skull & mapped out my entire sinus cavity; for a moment it was like having a mental blueprint of the inside of my skull.
So I can only imagine how much this video of Drew from Toothpaste For Dinner pouring whiskey into his nose via a Neti Pot (hippy!) must have hurt. He starts with salinated water, which is the correct use of the product, and is frankly kooky enough, then progresses to coffee, and finally whiskey, which goes poorly.