Tuesday, May 20, 2008

And they call this intelligent design?

1. Air pipe and food pipe share the same entrance. Hello, choking hazard.
2. Rh factor. I mean seriously.
3. Waste elimination and reproduction - this is a great go-together?
4. Speaking of reproduction...who thought up the idea to have the uterus ON TOP of the bladder?

Feel free to add your own thoughts on the subject.

8 comments:

Magpie said...

Wisdom teeth. What kind of wisdom is it if they don't fit in anyone's mouth?

Sarah said...

Funny bone: neither a bone nor funny...

liz said...

Good ones!

Howsabout...limbs that don't regenerate. If it's good enough for shellfish, starfish, and octopodes, why not mammals?

kathy a. said...

what in the name of dog are zits good for? and post-nasal drip, is it really a good thing?

Mummy/Crit said...

Right now, prompted by your uterus/bladder proximity question, I'm wondering about the whole internal gestation idea. I mean, you get a bunch of vital organs that aren't particularly well spaced to start with, and then you cram 3+kilos of other stuff in there with them and hope that it all still works OK. WTF?

BlackenedBoy said...
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BlackenedBoy said...

Why are the testicles exposed? As a guy, I find this to be a very pertinent question. The ovaries are, wisely, protected within the woman's body.

Why are the tesitcles not carried inside of the man? Ask any male who's ever been kicked in the groin and I'm sure he'll share these sentiments.

I actually think that there might be something to the whole intelligent design thing (not to teaching it in public schools, mind you), but I'm just saying.

And what's the Rh factor?

liz said...

Rh factor is the positive or negative portion of your blood type.