An involuntary action that is contagious and very hard to suppress, which tends to make regular appearances in the middle of lessons, meetings and conferences, but doesn’t carry deadly consequences like its distant cousin: sleeping.
Covering your mouth is one of the best ways to suppress a yawn. 😛
Back in school, I discovered the most ingenious way to cover up yawning. I would drop my pen to the floor and spend an abnormally long time to retrieve it. And no, I was never caught!
Here’s an interesting fact:
Yes. Yawning is contagious. Even videos of people yawning can cause you to experience a yawning session. Don’t believe me? Try it out and see for yourself. 🙂
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This is day #36 of the lockdown here in India. Hope you and your family are safe and well. Stay safe. Take care.
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