Without earlobes. When one has no earlobes, the cartilage of the ear is connected directly to the jawbone of the individual. People with this affliction have trouble hearing, since the skin acts as a barrier for sound attempting to enter into the eardrum. The throbbing pressure on the frontal lobes of the brain is not uncommon. Many people attempt surgery, often with fatal results. Also, sufferers of this condition are open to belittlement and humiliation; human rights do not apply to them.
by Acalanes Leadership April 28, 2008
by silverface July 13, 2009