Listening through your mouth/nose

Thin and crispy

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ur probably gonna think im wierd! But, have you ever been in water, say, the bath, with ur ears submerged, so everything is sounding muffled and underwatery, then swallowed, and get a second of normal hearing even tho ur ears r still submerged...
If i make the swallowing action and prolong it with my mouth open, aslong as my mouth is out of the water i can hear everything perfectly fine as if my ears werent submerged, lol. its like the opposite of my ears popping lol

any1 else get this?
 

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eustachian tube.

google it.

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Normally the human Eustachian tube is closed, but it can open to let a small amount of air through to prevent damage by equalizing pressure between the middle ear and the atmosphere.
you didnt listen in human biology did you?
 

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eustachian tube.

google it.

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you didnt listen in human biology did you?
my biology teacher looked like a thunderbird and drove a blue van with a bed in the back, what do you think :p
 
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well, the car park was right outside the arts centre so you couldn't miss it rly, he had bird watching stickers in the window but i think it was all just a clever guise!
 
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