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Heh, I just don't say anything and get glared at. Much more fun. ;)
The commentary made me feel somehow better about things. Like someone in this world does have a brain.
The verb bless comes from Old English bldsian, bldsian, bltsian, "to bless, wish happiness, consecrate." Although the Old English verb has no cognates in any other Germanic language, it can be shown to derive from the Germanic noun *bldan, "blood." Bldsian therefore literally means "to consecrate with blood, sprinkle with blood."

Which is why I make sure to pack a small spray bottle of blood during allergy season.
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