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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Tomorrow, Jul 8, 2011.
*looks down toward navel*
I'm not sure I wanna know.
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That's fooked up
The Belly Button Biodiversity project - WTF? Wonder how many millions were spent on this. Is there a Toe Jam Biodiversity project?
If there is, I do not want to visit their museum or their wildlife park.
Depending on the hotness of the female volunteers I wouldn't mind being part if the oversight committee on this one
Your tongue is not an adequate swabbing medium.
I'm in the clear. No BB since my bowel resection surgery.
I wonder if their research shows that "innies" are dirtier?
I think that's a given.
Where do you think navel lint comes from? Certainly not 'outies'.
You should play Adam in a church play!
No one need see the absent BB of a 71-year-old.
Although, on the plus side, this might drive many from the "arms" of the church.
While I was showering this morning, I deliberately washed my belly button thoroughly. It was actually a lot more filthy than I realised!!
When I was a kid, my mum would tell me that I shouldn't play with my belly button because it would give me a stomach ache. Well.....great job, mum. Very effective, because I haven't gone anywhere near that thing for as long as I can remember. I never look there, let alone wash it!
Anyway, I finally washed it (a very strange feeling indeed), and there was brown stuff stuck to the "button", and the skin around it. Pretty disgusting.
I clean my belly button every shower. I sometimes even clean it in the bathroom (for obvious privacy reasons) for good measure. I discovered it's icky-ness a long time ago.
It's like another world in there.
stay home dad reference.
i think veggie tales and the 'Boys in the Sink' said it best...
"it would be covered by you shirt, but not you HMO" = priceless.
I'm all for contributing further to the stunning biodiversity of our beautiful planet. Never washing this thing again.
Save yourself potential future grief, and limit yourself to unknowns in the fridge.