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View Poll Results: Is your belly button an innie or an outtie?
Innie 47 95.92%
Outtie 1 2.04%
I don't have a belly button... 1 2.04%
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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-16-2005, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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"Innie" or "Outtie"?

Just curious....
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I'm an "innie" though I was tempted to vote for the "I don't have a belly button" since I figured you put it there for a reason

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There are "button" shaped belly buttons too. I don't think they should count as "pure innies." You should have to have a perfect funnel shaped navel to be able to call it an innie. Of course, innies are much nicer!

No navel= alien or clone, I believe. Any aliens or clones out there?




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post #6 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-16-2005, 09:28 PM
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I saw a show on Discovery Health channel about conjoined twins that were seperated....they were joined through the abdomen, and one of the twins was left with no belly button at all because they didn't have enough skin left at the end of the surgery. Luckily, though, they both survived are are growing up healthy and happy.
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Isn't it remarkable that they are able to separate most conjoined twins? Amazing.




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Wow, I guess outies are rare....so far everyone has innie's!

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That is so strange... All of my four children have the "button type," which I call outies, and 90% of my nieces and nephews have the same kind. I seldom see an innie.




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