The vomer is located in the midsagittal line, and articulates with the sphenoid, the ethmoid, the left and right palatine bones, and the left and right maxillary bones.
Vomer means ploughshare in Latin. It’s part of a plow.
Got a stuffed up nose? Rock your vomer to relieve the congestion [via].
The Detox Cleanser Scams: “Why pay for what your pee pee and poo poo already do for you?”
When raking leaves, remember that Air Is Your Enemy. Here’s the short version. My opinion is that no one should rake leaves in this first place. Let ’em fall and let ’em rot where they fall. I like humus.
Are you, or have you ever been an ealuscop? Fess up.
From the “I-Didn’t-Know-This” Dept: Caterpillars don’t morph into butterflies. Once it’s sealed up in its chrysalis, the caterpillar dissolves into goop. The goop reorganizes itself into a butterfly. More stuff about caterpillar goop here [via]
Q: Does a moth remember its pre-goop caterpillar days?
A: Apparently the answer is Yes.
I’m sure I posted something about Michael Larson before, because he was amazing.
History of The Slinky. Bonus track: Cool stuff you can do with a Slinky.
Sam Kinison‘s Greatest Hit was a remake of the Troggs “Wild Thing.” TRUE.
[Top images chopped, channeled, lowered and louvered from Google Images.]