SOL: You know that feeling? When, like, you're eating something? Like a burrito, maybe, or a big piece of steak? And you're in the middle of chewing a big piece of the steak or the burrito or, I don't know, the lamb chop? And all of a sudden, you have to sneeze? And so, you start chewing really really fast, because you need to swallow the food before the sneeze comes, otherwise you'll end up sneezing out your food? And you can't just. . .JUST barely swallow it either, y'know? You have to get the food all the way down your throat, because if you only get it just past your tongue, you end up sneezing out the chewed-up food--which, if you think about it, is much worse than just sneezing out the food you're still chewing. You know that feeling?
SOL: Oh. . . Me neither.