Whats the human body’s greatest flaw?
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Cells fuck up and turn into cancer.
The windpipe and the foodpipe are in the same place which just seems like an accident waiting to happen.
Teeth don’t heal themselves like regular skin/flesh.
can fit lightbulb into mouth but can’t get it back out in one piece
can’t suck my own dick
The spine… From an engineering perspective, it just doesn’t make any sense.
Why do I have to pee when I poop. Why can’t I just poop.
When you accidentally swallow your saliva and almost choke yourself
That (almost) everything that feels great short term will fuck you up long term, yet everything that feels like torture will benefit you long term…
I often feel like another thumb right after the pinky would’ve made a lot of sense.
> The human body was designed by a civil engineer. Who else would run a toxic waste pipeline through a recreational area?
> See, the problem is that God gives men a brain and a penis, and only enough blood to run one at a time.
– Robin Williams
Waste disposal station too close to the entertainment center.
That our pleasure centers and waste disposal points are the same areas.
The Third nipple. I get what the fourth one is for but the third seems like overkill.
Sometimes your immune system looks at a perfectly harmless compound and goes “no, that’s not allowed and if you try and ingest it I’ll kill us out of spite”
Spinal cords not repairing themselves
Not being able to trust a fart…
Balls located in the front. Definite design flaw
We have to sleep, it is a waste of precious time
No immunity to thermal nuclear bombs
Diseases and disorders
It doesn’t come with an instruction manual.
How a simple cell organism can wreck heck on the human body
The spine works very well in four legged mammals. It’s a nice pipeline to get control signals down to the hind limbs while allowing great flexibility. Cats are a great example of how well a spine can function.
But it was never meant to be load bearing. When we stood up on our legs it allowed us to use our hands to shape our species’ destiny, but it put too damn much weight on the squishy discs between the vertebrae. The spine was not meant for axial forces, that’s why we all have have lower back pain eventually.
I can’t turn my arms and neck 360°.
67 responses and not one person mentioned the appendix? Doesn’t anyone know anything about anatomy or is everything a joke?
That it becomes weaker and weaker the more you age (after your youth)
That it dies.
Inheriting generational trauma
The need to pee…
Not being able to fly
That our backs always hurt
That the entertainment center and sewage system are connected.
The space between your fingers and toes.
The testicles, I guess?
I am not a man, but it seems like the singular location that a blow can fully incapacitate a human aside from obvious cutoffs to true life systems (blood to the brain, etc).
not being able to fly
Eating and breathing through the same hole.
Getting hit in the balls resets the whole system
If any part of it is harmed it is either: Extremally painful, will cripple you, cause a slow agonizing death, or instant death. Oh, and there is no protection for it.
hiccups are pretty lame
Water keeps us alive but it can also kill us.