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Why do we squint when tasting very sour things?
Sometimes while tasting a very sour thing (like tamarind, lemon etc.) our eyes squint immediately and involuntarily for a second, but a little later becomes normal again. Why, and how, does this ...
Jul 2 '13 at 15:34
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