You can bet your ass I have a bone to pick with him.
It's so nerve-wracking.
It was all straightforward until I found a twist in the tale.
In fact, there’s a Vas Deferens.
It's a significant body of work.
The appendix was removed.
You could say she has a bone to pick.
He sure showed me what I was made of.
Because books have spines.
I was talking to my boys about what organs they have.
"And another interesting fact, when you're born you have four kidneys but when you become an adult you end up with only two."
My wife piped in from the kitchen, "Really? I didn't know that."
"Yeah. See, (pointing to my oldest sons flank) you start with one here and one here." Then pointing at his legs, "and one here and one here. But when you grow up, these last two become adult-knees!"
She tried to groan but her laugh got the best of her.
Was looking for a certain structure in an anatomy book with a lab mate and couldn't find it:
Me: "Let's try looking in the appendix"
Her: "I don't think this book has an appendix"
Me: "How can an anatomy book not have an appendix?"
I thought it was hysterical. She either didn't get it or disagreed.
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