Are we supposed to guess what is in there if not sand and cobwebs? Is it bigger than a bread box?? Besides, being an aunt/uncle is better (as far as i can tell from the avuncular perspective) than being a parent because you can teach 'em bad stuff then hand them back to the parents to deal with.
Well, I can tell you one thing I pray is not located in/on/near any of my reproductive organs. I used to work in a Dr's office and there was a book on strange OB-GYN disorders. My favorite would have to be the Dermoid Cyst, whereby an unfertilized egg gets confused and tries to divide and turn itself into a fetus, but all you get is a lump of hair and teeth. Hair and teeth.
Ok, that is disturbing for a lot of reasons. Seriously. Not right.So, it IS smaller than a breadbox then? and it isn't a ball of hair and teeth (shudders)...I'm going to guess a distrubitor cap for a 1978 AMC Eagle.
I was thinking something more lush and hospitable. Like say, soft green fertile moss (this is me begging/daring you NOT to make some kinda comment that in anyway alludes to any kind of "growth"). Even spiderwebs sound better than what you're suggesting.
I was under the impression that I was supposed to guess what you were storing in that space (with almost no hints I might add). Now I am supposed to suggest things that aren't growths that are in there? I am flummoxed over the rules of your strange 'Guess what's in my insides' game.
Sand?! How the hell does sand get in there?! I'm alarmed!~kelsey
I would assume sand gets in there by either spending waaaay too much time on the beach or by use of a funnel. Either way, I think this post is completely out of control.
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