DURST: Top 100 Human Body Parts

All right. This is it. The last of those stupid top 100 lists you'll see. And when you get right down to it: the most important.Let's fly now with the Top 100 human body parts of the second millennium:1. Soul. 2. Heart. 3. Gut. 4. Pigment. 5. Female reproductive organ. 6. Male reproductive organ. 7. Thumbs. 8. Spine. 9. Eyes. 10. Placenta. 11. Thighs. 12. Ears. 13. Female nipples. 14. Teeth. 15. Washboard abs. 16. Hands. 17. Bowels. 18. Tongue. 19. Feet. 20. Artificially augmented mammary glands. 21. Nose. 22. Liver. 23. Mouth. 24. Hair. 25. Middle finger. 26. Muscles. 27. Knees. 28. Shoulders. 29. Skull. 30. Kidneys. 31. Taste buds. 32. Pituitary gland. 33. Sinuses. 34. Elbows. 35. Shins. 36. Forearms. 37. Neck. 38. Fontanelle. 39. Temple. 40. Spleen. 41. Intestines. 42. Brain. 43. Calves. 44. Larynx. 45. Lungs. 46. Ribs. 47. Forefinger. 48. Collarbone. 49. Coccyx. 50. Buns of steel. 51. Heel. 52. Big toe. 53. Stomach. 54. Upper palate. 55. Chin. 56. Hips. 57. Nostrils. 58. Groin. 57. Male reproductive organ's two best friends. 59. Cheeks upper. 60. Urethra. 61. Epidermis. 62. Arches. 63. Fingernails. 64. Lips. 65. Clavicle. 66. Back of knees. 67. Cheeks lower. 68. Fallopian tube. 69. Ring finger. 70. Mandible. 71. Forehead. 72. Pelvis. 73. Eyebrows. 74. Pancreas. 75. Freckles. 76. Vertebrae. 77. Trachea. 78. Inside of elbows. 79. Wrists. 80. Gums. 81. Achilles heels. 82. Veins. 83. Eyelids. 84. Capillaries. 85. Eyelashes. 86. Knuckles. 87. Belly. 88. Anterior cruciate ligament. 89. Funny bone. 90. Sideburns. 91. Palms. 92. Toenails. 93. Prostate. 95. Duodenum. 96. Groove between nose and upper lip. 97. Tonsils. 98. Appendix. 99. Armpits. 100. Male nipples.Will Durst is reasonably equipped.

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