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Idealized Body Parts

A whole body made of 3D idealized valentine-heart-like organs
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I'm guessing that a valentine heart is a 2D representation of a 3D idealized human heart -- two tear drop shapes twisted and merged together. So why doesn't someone make a whole human body out of idealized versions of all the organs? It would be an educational toy for kids, and we might get a bunch of new holidays out of the deal.
JesusHChrist, Mar 14 2005

I did one of these and it described me as *dangerous* :) http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/
[po, Mar 15 2005]

Why are hearts heart-shaped? http://www.straight...lassics/a2_146.html
[DrBob, Mar 15 2005]

Operation http://www.amazon.c...31-7565711?v=glance
A Milton-Bradley game. [DrBob, Mar 15 2005]


       We call this invention: The Simpsons.
contracts, Mar 14 2005

       Idealized Body Parts   

       (Apologies to the Scarecrow)   

       O, we'd be Holidaying
Once a week or daily
When this new trend starts,
And our calendars would creak
With icons from our physique,
Those Idealized Body Parts

       We could have a Brainy Think Day,
To remember what the wise say,
Folks like Plato and Descartes,
And a day for the uvula
Might be the thing to move you-la
With Idealized Body Parts

       It would be great to commemorate
The hallux or the 'nads
Celebrating parts we didn't know we had
With this ideal organ fad

       Your sternum and your coccyx
Might be among the top picks
On festive anatomy charts
But I bet the biggest talkers
Would be greeting card hawkers
For Idealized Body Parts
Soterios, Mar 14 2005

       Why th-thats beautiful...
JesusHChrist, Mar 15 2005

       I dunno. I'm sure I've seen a "surgeon" game for kids that involved removing idealized body parts from the "patient."
DrCurry, Mar 15 2005

       It's called "Operation", I played it recently. It's been around since the seventies and still sells because the kids love pretending to pull organs out of people. It's a very Halfbakery idea really - file under 'board games'.
wagster, Mar 15 2005

       (Thanks RayfordSteele for letting me know that I could use br breaks for line breaks.)
Soterios, Apr 20 2005


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