Thursday, 11 December 2014

A BIG DEAL ABOUT GROSSNESS

We know what the animals do, what are the needs of the beaver, the bear, the salmon, the sneaky snake, and other creatures, because long ago men married them and acquired this knowledge from their animal wives. Today the priests say we lie, but we know better. Evolution at its best is setting a bigger gap between the ape man and the now hi tech man. But do we do any less grosser than the beast we were before?


What makes you stop breathing, what makes you puke by the sight of or by it's mere smell. Does anything possibly make you shit yourself or store and spit saliva uncontrollably, sneeze or expel mucus by brute force? Nothing wrong with that? Please acknowledge where you inflict such shit all. 

It is so much more difficult to live with one's body than with one's soul. One's body is so much more exacting: what it won't have it won't have, and nothing can make bitter into sweet.

What exactly make things grosser than others? Some might say the most disgusting things have to do with death and, or, body fluids and discharges. Presumably being close to a slimy booger or a carcass might get us infected and contaminated in some way. Thought so?

Many things about our bodies would not seem to us so filthy and obscene if we did not have the idea of nobility in our heads.

Imagine your body gets contaminated by one of the so called awful things. It over actively ignite into a hyperactivity, the disgust mode. Such that before you know, you might have been throwing up or summoned to the purgatories already. That’s because there is something inside you called the gut brain. This is a network of nerve cells that run in and out of your whole digestive system, even if you are nuts you don't need guts to have the gut brain. If your gut brain detects food poisoning that’s coming from a rancid piece of lamb inside you, it will try to eject that putrid lamb as quickly as possible. The actual feeling of disgust comes from two places. One part of disgust is in your mind. The other part of where disgust comes from is instinctive. Once again as humans, we are surely perchance given God loving grace to choose and decide per personality. Specialists also believe that disgust has helped keep humans from going extinct.

Young people or old folks?
Women or men? Who freaks out easily?

Surveys have raised that almost every culture finds things having to do with poop, puke, spit, blood, sweat, and pus disgusting. For sure humans might have a disgust gene in our DNA that keeps us far from the evil that we produce, bless us. 

Let's practically get busy with Someone who burps loudly, says, “Oops!” and then vomits. Seeing someone else pop a zit that squirts right between your lips. A T-shirt drenched in sweat, blood, and pus, suddenly you find yourself topless in your in-laws house. Next have a look at your fingers, oh me days, Oozing, slimy poop on a finger. Remember you had too much to drink and suddenly stumble on a putrefying, slimy dead body that stinks.

What’s the proper age to stop farting in public?

Eep! Somebody cut a bad one, on a crowded bus in a snowy morning with all windows shut. 

To avoid starving to death would you eat a dead person, poop, snake or worms, only one being an alternative.

A friend of yours has something hanging from her nose, probably a booger. She doesn't realize it. What are you about to do?

What really makes you puke? 

In order to live a fully human life we require not only control of our bodies (though control is a prerequisite); we must touch the unity and resonance of our physicality, our bond with the natural order, the corporeal grounds of our intelligence.