Breasts, Vaginas, and Tools: Musings on the roots of our alphabet
If you want to describe something to someone, but neither of you speak the same language, drawing a picture is the simplest way to…Read More
Eyes come as a pair, even when you’re only talking about one
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Why does “uncle” in Hebrew look like “TIT”?
Why does דוד mean “uncle, beloved” in Hebrew? Is this an amazing coincidence to TIT or are humans simple? I’m going with simple. The…Read More
In Chinese, English, Egyptian, and Hebrew, A Similar Symbol Represents “Tits”
太太 = Mrs. tàitài tai4 tai4 Think about a “Mrs.” at a time of no birth control. These two “tais” represent breasts. “Tài tài”…Read More