When I get an eyelash (or gnat, or

Funny Clone No Stupid Questions When I get an eyelash (or gnat, or

When I get an eyelash (or gnat, or anything else) in my eye, and it rolls back behind my eye/doesn’t come out the way it came in, where does it go/end up?

Please tell me I don’t have a collection of old eyelashes in my skull. Please.

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  • Tears produced from lacrimal glands contains mostly water, salts and lysozyme. Lyzozyme produced from lysosomes which contains an array of enzymes capable of breaking down all types of biological polymers—proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids. The eyelashes and gnats also end up dissolving due to it.

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