Today Tony Stark woke up with a white gel-ish substance on his eyes. Eye crust is the one thing the average freshman will ever have in common with him. Sorry, but most of us just aren’t armor wearing superheroes.
The Plica Semilunaris is also known as the third eyelid, the tiny little fold at the corner of the eye. It produces eye crust (also known as Rheum), which can sometimes be cute but most of the time it’s plain embarrassing.
The Plica Semilunaris plays an essential part in keeping out debris in our eyes. The white substance acts like a “soap” to wash away the dirt. However annoying it maybe, do not get surgery to get rid of the Plica Semilunaris!
The reason that the duckface invades most newsfeeds of the average facebook user is because teenage girls want their lips to look bigger, cheekbones to look higher and jawlines to look more defined. All those traits are part of the definition of pretty that magazines, tv shows and photos from the red carpet has enforced over many years.
Let’s face it. To have a defined jawline, you have to be skinner than the average person. For this sole reason, pudgy girls on facebook are almost justified to have about two hundred forty five photos of them pouting both their lips together.
The difference between a defined jawline and a not so defined jawline is what determines if a teenage girl is attractive or not in ‘selfies’ ubiquitous all over the World Wide Web. A number of exercises exist so that the fat under the jawline can be eliminated, all of which include making faces more disturbing than the duck face (if that was possible). When did people decide that the definition of the jawline is the indicator of beauty?
When did less than 1/4th of our face start to hold this much power?
Apparently, the slightest amount of jiggly fat under our mandibles is not cute anymore.
I am not pleased.
The boy at the corner of the room, clad in an all black outfit, with earbuds blocking him out from the rest of the world probably does not know that the Tragus plays a vital role in his daily activities. Without the tragus, his earbuds would not hold in place, always sliding off and listening to music would just turn into a tiring chore.
Not only that, life without the Tragus would be very confusing since the Tragus is what helps the brain differentiate between sounds coming from in front or behind. A blind person without a Tragus would not know which direction a bull charging towards them is coming from. An unfortunate victim with a sash tied around her head would not know where the car about to crash into her is coming from. The Tragus is vital for us to live.
Not to mention, the Tragus piercing is so beautiful.
If any of you have ever ran into the edge of a table with your pinky, you know how much it hurts. The pinky toe is almost useless for the human body. It is the runt of our toes and it only plays a tiny role in helping us balance.
If the pinky toe is so useless in our daily lives, why hasn’t revolution gotten rid of it yet? Many biology teachers have said that scientists predict there not being a pinky toe in future generations of homo sapien. Many mammals have already gotten a head start in removing the pinky toe.
It boggles my mind to think about 500,000 years from now when humans will walk around with no evidence of a pinky toe.
Before I start talking about clavicles, I have to admit. I have an unhealthy obsession with collarbones because when they lie just underneath the skin, poking out, it is probably the most attractive thing in the universe. The clavicle is like the useless pretty boy of the body. Don’t let its pretty boy looks deceive you, because pretty boy is pretty important.
This pretty boy acts like the glue between the pectoralis major, the deltoid and the trapezius muscles.
This pretty boy serves as armor for blood vessels and nerves.
This pretty boy guards the Neurovascular Form by allowing it to reside beneath it.
This pretty boy is what allows you to move your arm away from your body.
- Useful and attractive, and a bit mysterious because it’s always under the surface of the skin. You can always see its contours but never the actual bone.
This pretty boy is the most attractive thing in the universe.