A list of puns related to "Acetabulum"
Is the perforated acetabulum actually a defining characteristic of dinosaurs and do anchiornis, microraptor, and scansoriopteryx lack this structure as is claimed in [Feduccia’s study]?(https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alan-Feduccia/publication/271658034_Jurassic_archosaur_is_a_non-dinosaurian_bird/links/54f3b2b00cf2f9e34f080189/Jurassic-archosaur-is-a-non-dinosaurian-bird.pdf?origin=publication_detail) I’m aware that Feduccia is a crank largely rejected by most paleontologists today but I’m wondering about the details of this study and why they may be wrong.
(What’s up with my post being downvoted simply for asking a question?)
Salve! Let me explain first. I’m a med student and Acetabulum is also an anatomic part of our body besides its usage as bowl. By the way in my country we don’t learn latin in schools. Just because im curious about latin literature I started learning latin in college on my own with Rosetta Stone. The long and the short of it, my anatomy professor pronounced it “ASSETABULUM” but my Latin language resources pronounce it as “AKETABULUM”
Since english is not my main language i hope you understood what i mean as the pronounciations above. Can you help me to choose the correct one?
Hey everyone. Recently eka pada sirsasana was added to my practice. I don’t have the most open hips in the world so needless to say the posture is bordering on making me regret being alive.
I’ve looked around this sub for some tips and so far they seem to help (prep with reclined pigeon and firelog before eka pada, I already sit in padmasana and or cross legged even on chairs, I try my best to really tap into that external hip rotation in my primary postures, my teacher actually tried to prep me for it by entering from a reclined position but that actually caused me more pain than sitting upright). This week I was actually able to get a leg behind my head (still had to hold it there myself, and couldn’t fold), and I had the energy to attempt and hold there for a few breaths three times per side (which is huge for me since even last week I would attempt once, let go at two breaths, and then kind of writhe on the floor in pain before moving onto backbends). I was absolutely sure that through daily attempts I would manage to enter it in a few months at least, but today I noticed something about my joints and I’m not sure anymore.
Every time I pull my knee back I hear this soft “click” from my acetabulofemoral joint (I think that’s the name). Doesn’t quite sound like a regular joint crack. Kind of feels the head of the femur gets stuck against the “socket”? Like if you were to fasten a seatbelt, that kind of noise. This doesn’t happen just for this posture, it’s actually very frequent but I’ve been dismissing it for a while (just now I switched my position in my chair and the clicking happened again). Also happens if I do those “circles” in the air with my knee, sometimes when I raise my leg for uttita hasta padangustasana or supta padangustasana, if I draw my knee in towards my chest even if I have no hip rotation... I feel no pain when the sound happens (google told me that’s when I should REALLY worry) and usually if I repeat the sound-producing movement right after I won’t hear it again. I’ve tried to look this up but I probably don’t know how to describe it well because I can’t seem to find anything.
I’m now worried that my skeleton simply won’t permit me to ever access this posture, because the femur head is too large (kind of like how some people will never get their knees to the floor in baddha konasana or will never be able to do the frontsplits / samakonasana because the joint traps the femur head too much to allow those movements). I’m really... keep reading on reddit ➡
I don't know if these links are useful but I'm desperate and I've gotta try hahaha thanks in advance
So the acetabulum is a pocket in the coxal (hip) bones where the femur's head (round part) inserts.
Its etymology, taken literally, means "vinegar cup". The "cup" part makes sense due to its round nature, but the "aceta-" prefix leaves me confused. Is there a story behind this name? What am I missing?
I've read that they aren't great, but how bad are they? Bad enough to have a blanket ban on them in my house or the sort of thing that could be enjoyed a few minutes here and there during the day? My baby is 6 months for reference.
I don't want to step on anybody's toes here, but the amount of non-dad jokes here in this subreddit really annoys me. First of all, dad jokes CAN be NSFW, it clearly says so in the sub rules. Secondly, it doesn't automatically make it a dad joke if it's from a conversation between you and your child. Most importantly, the jokes that your CHILDREN tell YOU are not dad jokes. The point of a dad joke is that it's so cheesy only a dad who's trying to be funny would make such a joke. That's it. They are stupid plays on words, lame puns and so on. There has to be a clever pun or wordplay for it to be considered a dad joke.
Again, to all the fellow dads, I apologise if I'm sounding too harsh. But I just needed to get it off my chest.
After listening to several encounter stories, every now and then you hear them speak of a sound that has a resemblance of knuckles cracking, and it’s almost always what alerts the victims of the dog man’s presence. When i first heard of this i was very intrigued and got to speculating. The best conclusion i got to is a second socket the femur head can slip into (this explain the popping sound witnesses hear ) whenever it wants to change from all fours to a biped stance. I really love this detail cause it gives the dog man some credence from eyewitnesses and a biological tone rather than a supernatural origin. This does not mean ghosts or demons don’t exist but things of this subject (dog man, bigfoot, or crawlers) become easier to understand once seen from the natural world.
Do your worst!
I'm surprised it hasn't decade.
For context I'm a Refuse Driver (Garbage man) & today I was on food waste. After I'd tipped I was checking the wagon for any defects when I spotted a lone pea balanced on the lifts.
I said "hey look, an escaPEA"
No one near me but it didn't half make me laugh for a good hour or so!
Edit: I can't believe how much this has blown up. Thank you everyone I've had a blast reading through the replies 😂
It really does, I swear!
Because she wanted to see the task manager.
Heard they've been doing some shady business.
They’re on standbi
Pilot on me!!
Nothing, he was gladiator.