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iamroot
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Can't code with hiccups. 😠😠

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  • 6
    Hold your breath for 10 to 15 seconds and breathe out SLOWLY. That usually works for me.
  • 7
    I thought that said “can’t code with eclipse” had to look twice.
  • 3
    There's a good tecnique that helped me to stop hickups. It may sound wierd but it works.

    1. Take a glass of water.
    2. Place your lips at the far-end of the glass. Opposite side of where you normally drink.
    3. Lean forward and down to get the water to flow towards your mouth. Your face should be pointing the ground.
    4. Drink as much as you can of the glass of water.
    5. Profit.

    Maybe it would have been easier to show with pictures, but hope you got the point. 😉
  • 1
    @joas tried that and it usually works but right now they just won't go the fuck away.
  • 1
    @iamroot
    Hmm, if they become frequent or long lasting, you might be good to contact a doctor.
  • 1
    @joas it's gone now 😁
  • 1
    @iamroot
    Nice 👍
  • 1
    @joas What do you mean "the far-end of the glass"? :/
  • 1
    I don't even remember when I had hickups last. Although it might not be a thing you usually rember... 🤔
    It must be a long time still.
  • 1
    @telephantasm
    Opposite side of the glass edge where you normally drink. So that you are drinking upside down.
  • 2
    @joas You are mindfucking me... The opposite edge of a glass edge is exactly the same. And you can't drink from the bottom. So, I don't get it. Hehe.
  • 3
    @telephantasm you have to bend over
  • 3
    @joas Instructions unclear. Glass stuck in ventilator. Violent sparking observed.
  • 3
    @iamroot How dare you, sir !? At least ask me out first!
  • 4
    Not my photo, but there you go.
  • 2
    Have you tried turning it off and then back on again?
  • 0
    What is this upside down glass stuff?

    Instructions unclear, glass logged in mouth after landing on head.
  • 1
    Nervus vagus is the one causing your hickups. Sporadic depolarisation sort of in an inf while loop. You need to calm it down a lil. Deep inhales tend to work for some people. What works best for me is a glass of water as cold as you can get. Stand straight up and start drinking the water in small sips. Nearly constant stream of cold water should cool down your oesophagus and some parts of your stomach. As a result n.vagus will chill down a little and hopefully break the de/repolarisation loop.

    Tl;dr drink a glass of ice cold water slowly in small sips
  • 2
    @rEaL-jAsE Instructions unclear. Cat stuck in wife's mouth. Cat's meowing violently while trying to pull its ass out.
  • 1
    @rEaL-jAsE Yes.
  • 0
    @rEaL-jAsE 😒
  • 1
    @rEaL-jAsE the cat is still stuck. I called the rescue but they are watching the wedding.
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