A Swedish doctor's collection of English anatomical idioms


#1

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#2

He’s mixing in various idioms based on the word “arm” (a weapon), which is not actually related to the word “arm” (the body part) until you go way back to Proto-Indo-European.


#3

If this phrase is about human anatomy…I’ve been using it in altogether too mixed of company…


Why do the people look like aliens in this 1895 "gynecological gymnastics" book
#4

That person has no genitals.


#5

I think 90% of readers will start with the same specific body part


#6

A reinvented language?


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