Thursday, April 03, 2008

Please explain

So how come if something runs in front of my car I can swerve or brake quicker than I can ascertain if it was a squirrel or a man that ran in front of me, and if I touch something hot I will pull my hand even before the nerves have registered pain, BUT it takes 20 minutes to get the word from my stomach to my brain that I've had enough to eat. What is the deal? Are other body parts using instant messaging and the stomach still communicating via pony express?


Zan said...

And how come I can have to pee out of the middle of nowhere and damn near wet myself running to the bathroom but yet I usually know at least an hour in advance when I'm going to have to go #2?

Norrin2 said...

Obviously the brain-gut communication system is completely screwy.