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Why the nose runs when crying? [Random Knowledge #8]
posted February 17 2013 21:57.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis




When crying, the tear glands drain onto your face, but there is also a passage way in the inner corner of your eyes which leads down to the nose. Tears actually go through this passage all the time but since crying makes more tears, it becomes more obvious.
 
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