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    Right. Difficult to explain:

    (actually, it isn't)

    Air leaves my lungs when I move my shoulders and arms. i.e. if I try to dance, I can hear my lungs releasing air through my mouth.

    I'm starting to sound like Darth Vader.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Right. Difficult to explain:

    (actually, it isn't)

    Air leaves my lungs when I move my shoulders and arms. i.e. if I try to dance, I can hear my lungs releasing air through my mouth.

    I'm starting to sound like Darth Vader.
    And my question was:

    "what is this?!"
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    Doesn't that always happen? You move, increase the pressure, push air out...?
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    Yeah happens to me all the time, sometimes I purposely move my shoulders from side to side to hear it... lol true story.
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    Yea it happens to me.. your lungs are full of air so obviously you can push air out by breathing or squeezing them by twisting etc.
 
 
 
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