A Conversation for How many holes are there in our bodies and do we still need them all (UG)
clzoomer- a bit woobly Started conversation Jul 8, 2005
Does the belly button count as a hole? Do Outies constitute a negation of one of the orfices?
Come to that, is a proctologist an orfice worker?
I feel these questions are (w)holey relevant.
The Professor Posted Jul 13, 2005
while the belly button was a hole, it has wholly closed up after it dries following birth
clzoomer- a bit woobly Posted Jul 13, 2005
When you cut me, do I not bleed? Does the cut constitute a hole? All holes in the human body with the exception of the nasal passages/mouth, anus/urethrea have a bottom (the aforementioned being ends of each other and therefore *bottomless*
As a practitioner of *Body Shots* that have occasionally involved tequila in an *Innie* let me assure you that the volume of the belly button hole well excedes that of say, the ear canal with intact ear drum.
The Professor Posted Jul 14, 2005
the cut is not a natural hole. If you really want to be picky, you could count pores, but the original talk of orifices was non-dermal holes with specific functions.
clzoomer- a bit woobly Posted Jul 14, 2005
Belly buttons have a specific function! They are meant to be admired over hip-hugging jeans below cut-above tops and filled with over-proof alcohol to be lapped up by eager tongues. Pores are only meant to convey salt to the self-same tongues shortly before alcohol consumption and quite a bit before lime biting.
Belly buttons are not dermal!
J Posted Jul 14, 2005
Orifices is a funny word.
If I belch magnificently, do I not disgust ladies? If I excrete publicly, am I not arrested? If I eavesdrop on a private conversation and detected, am I not yelled at?
All questions for the ages. I'll leave the philosophers to it.
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