Comes from the greek goddess of love "Aphrodite". There are arguably, certain foods, scents, music, drinks, and behaviors which can increase or promote the desire to be sexual and/or sensual. Some people say that "aphrodisiacs" are merely a placebo, because people THINK they will work. Some find out certain things make their sensuality more heightened, which could also be coined a "fetish".
Common items related to this term: Arugula, Artichokes, Asparagus, Chocolate, Eggs, Ginkgo biloba,Ginseng, Honey, Mangos, Oysters, Spanish fly, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Truffles and Walnut oil.
Apparently my boyfriend arguing with me is quite the aphrodisiac, because I can't finish an argument before I want to grab his face and get down to business.
Rigor Mortis happens about 3-6 hours after death. It starts in the head, and goes down to the feet. It begins to leave through the feet and exits through the head. This has nothing to do with blood. That is post mortem lividty. Rigor mortis occurs as a result of a chemical change in the muscles of the decedent, causing them to become very stiff and difficult to manipulate.
Also, this has nothing to do with erections that is called a "priapism".
Because this person has been dead for 13 hours, rigor mortis has set in, and I am having trouble moving them.
An amazing entree at the California Pizza Kitchen, with a white sauce, ricotta, mozzarella, fontina, parmesan and pecorino romano cheeses with fresh sautéed spinach.
One of the most amazing pizzas I haver consumed.
Hmmm, I think I'm gonna go with the white pizza. I'd also like a side of ranch dressing, thanks!
A phrase coined by Stephanie Gibson circa 2004. To be very very jealous.
dbj. "Don't be Jel!"
I just ate the most amazing cupcakes, you're soo jel.
an old-fashioned term for "autopsy".
I did not know that necropsy was a synonomous term for "autopsy".
A medical procedure performed by a medical doctor known as a pathlogist/medical examiner. They may not always be a "coroner" and in most cases, a coroner is just an elected official. The procedure starts with a "Y" incision made on the chest of the deceased. The rib cage is then cracked, and removed and then the vital organs are removed, dissected, and studied. Also, the head is opened, the brain removed, and also dissected. When the autopsy is finished, the organs are usually placed in a bag, and put pack in the body. Sometimes, the organs are not returned. The main purpose of performing an autopsy is to determine the cause of death "COD", or to rule out malpractice, homicide, suicide, or negligence.
Being an embalmer might suck sometimes when you receive a body that is a post-autopsy case. You have to clean up the mess, and man does it stink. Literally.