It serves a purpose...when your nose is running, it separates the two drips..
Ha. When my nose is running, I run after it...
I'm still trying to catch my refrigerator..
That's just payback for all your (wonderful) jokes, DD.
Payback accepted lol
Hehe yeah Don should be an action hero the amount of on tap one liners he has. 乂◡^乂(cool)
I know! And it's especially hilarious when he catches one off-guard... Lol...
I can't tell you how many funny things he's said that I've memorized...not purposely...but it just happened.
It really serves no purpose...even a nose drip will eventually reach your lips...eww....
It is called a philtrum, and it is almost a definition of a mammal. I say almost because there is no feature that is shared by all mammals.
When you say mammal you mean human being? Why not just say that?
The mammal is defined by the oestrus cycle - except humans. The mammal is defined by live birth - except the platypus. AFAIK every definition of a mammal has exceptions.
Watching the Discovery Channel again?
All mammals have hair at some point of their life.
Oh it serves baby, it serves.
It's a cute spot but is it practical?
It's a perfect nesting site for a certain female body part that rhymes with Mitt Morris
But by itself...no purpose.
By itself a liver has no purpose.
Ha ha ha... LOLz... You know what I mean.
I'm sure there is some purpose or we wouldn't all have it... if nothing else it makes us look sexier ;P :)
but probably just probably connects our lips or something, or helps suck up water before we got cups and bowls or something.
I dunno, hon... There doesn't seem to be a complete purpose. Not like the nose, eyes or ears....
I agree, but lots of things on the human body don't have a complete purpose. But that doesn't mean there isn't one, or was once one.
I think it simply makes the lips more versatile. Wouldn't you want to see how versatile my lips could be?
When you observe something, that is science. When you ask why, that is religion, specifically intelligent design.