The Belly Button Fluff Pixie

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Stimpy makes the lethal mistake of offering Jerry lint loaf. Jerry goes into a fit of rage and, transforming into a giant pork chop monster named Adonis, Lord of Chaos, chases after poor Stimpy, who desperately tries to crawl out of his own bellybutton.

Mimbi eats Stimpy's bellybutton and ends the episode with Mimby giggling. Sign In Don't have an account? There is still lots of work to be done to get this slang thesaurus to give consistently good results, but I think it's at the stage where it could be useful to people, which is why I released it.

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Urban Thesaurus The Urban Thesaurus was created by indexing millions of different slang terms which are defined on sites like Urban Dictionary. He reasoned that the hair itself scrapes tiny fibres off of a shirt, and then directs the lint towards the navel where it accumulates. He, too, once shaved the hair surrounding his own belly button. As with Dr Karl's participants, he found that was sufficient to halt lint accumulation within his navel.

Fluff tends to take on the colour of the cotton fibres it's mostly made of Credit: Getty Images.

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But Steinhauser took his research one step further. If his navel fluff were made solely of fibres from his t-shirt, then the analysis would reveal that the lint was made entirely of cellulose. What he found, however, was that other debris became folded into navel lint as well. Based on the chemical readout, Steinhauser suspects that the remaining matter is made of house dust, flakes of skin, fat, proteins, and sweat.

Stomach hairs, it seems, do not discriminate. Based on this, he reasoned that those whose navels accumulate fluff might have generally cleaner and more hygienic belly buttons, because the removal of lint takes everything else along for the ride. While only a scant few researchers have committed their time and energy to exploring the ontogeny of navel fluff — perhaps Kruszelnicki and Steinhauser are the only ones — there is a serious research effort underway at North Carolina State University to understand what else lives in our belly buttons.

But the researchers weren't all that interested in the lint. Instead, they wanted to understand the belly button microbiome. So they set out to find out what bacteria live inside of our navels.

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Beginning with that initial study there has since been a second round of sampling , Dunn and his team have discovered tremendous microbiological diversity hiding in belly buttons, a veritable treasure trove of microscopic lifeforms. Navel adaptation In the 60 samples they first assessed, they counted at least 2, species and suspect that figure is likely an underestimate.

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To put that into context, that's more than twice the biodiversity of North American birds or ants. But most of those species were rare: 2, of them were present in the navels of fewer than six people. In fact, most were only seen on a single individual. Despite the staggering diversity, the vast majority of bacteria found in human navels come from but a handful of species.