I just don’t understand the human digestive system.

According to Dr. Oz – I think the Nordic Warrior Queen has the hots for the quack – it takes 2-3 days for a steak dinner to pass through your body. What a load of crap.

How is it that some foods exit the south end five minutes after entering the north end?

It’s not a very efficient system. As an example, why does corn come out looking the same as when it went in? Why bother eating it?

And lettuce? Ever notice how if you eat a big salad for dinner, the next morning you can hear the rumble of that freight train when you wake up, two days ahead of schedule. What’s up with that, Dr. Oz? Can you explain it?

It’s a mystery to me.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Post