I've got nothing especially exciting to write about today other than a few random thoughts. I'm in bed already because, as previously mentioned, I stalk sleep like a spurned nerd. And, also as previously mentioned, sleep is off hanging out in someone else's bed. Fickle tramp.
So thoughts. Why do ears have wax? What the hell is that shit for? Seriously. Everytime you try to get it out you wind up packing it in against your eardrum and pissing off your doctor- if you're dumb enough to let him look in there.
And while I'm thinking about it, what's up with boogers? Is there actually a biological justification for boogers? The only thing they seem good for is chasing around other kids with one on your finger when you're about 7 years old. After that, they're just the appendix of the nose as far as I can tell.
So if anyone out there is a biologist or doctor, can you please help satisfy my restless brain and explain the existence of ear wax and boogers? Oh, and while you're at it, take a wack at explaining slugs. I mean really, what the hell is going with those slimy bastards?