We love our bodies but sometimes, it does something and we go “Eeww was that really my body?”
Some of these things, when done in public, can be very embarrassing but, let’s borst your mind small!
These things are actually very healthy and very necessary for your entire healthy being!
It’s embarrassing when everyone hears you, and it’s irritating af when someone does it and it stinks but, when you do it, it’s funny right? Lol. No matter how times you think it’s disgusting, farting is actually healthy. Farting is a sign that your digestive tract is working
That icky brownish thing in your ears you’re always picking out of your ear with cotton buds and hairpins is actually very healthy! With that orgasmic feeling, we should have knowwwn!! Earwax helps to prevent debris, dirt, and other things from entering the ear canal, and also helps to prevent infection in your ears. It’s actually advisable to leave it alone cos when it builds up, it naturally gets forced out.
Vaginal fluids, when they don’t smell fishy or look greenish weirdish, are extremely healthy. It’s your body’s way of saying “hey there! You’re very healthy!” The fluid basically flows out of the vagina each day, cleansing old cells that have lined the vagina.
That’s the thing people rake out of their nostrils and flick out in public. It always looks disgusting huh?? Boogers are actually just dried out mucus. Our body makes them to protect us from viruses and irritating particles we breathe in every day. So guess what? Without these things forming in our nostrils, we’d be sick all the time! Oh but don’t pick it out in public; use a tissue/ handkerchief!
Peeing in the shower
People go on and on about not peeing while you’re in the shower but guess what? Peeing in the shower can be healthy! Apparently, the uric acid and ammonia in your pee can help you prevent fungal infections on your toes.
It’s so annoyingly disgusting when, after a meal, someone just does this loudly: “urghhh!!” Burping is a very healthy way of relieving air from the stomach. If you suppress that, you’re keeping gas inside your stomach and this may cause a splash of gastric acid into the gullet that, in turn, may trigger chest pain so you know what to do the next time you have to belch.
See? It’s all pretty normal! So don’t hold them in or try to stop them! Free it all up and oh…for courtesy’s sake, know when to do them.