okay go ahead and laugh, but i can get this to work almost all of the time, usually don't hiccup again once I set my mind to it:

the problem with hiccups is the feedback mechanism gets kind of inverted, and when you try to stop, it just makes it worse. What you have to do is, and you have to work this part out for yourself, is TRY to hiccup, figure out what the impulse/signal to hiccup would feel like, and focus on sending just that signal. Do it right, and generally, they're done. If that's too complicated, try just pushing your diaphragm up as high as it will go and just leave it there, so there's no room to spasm. Fine, now you thank me.

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