Why is it called a Wenis?

Why is it called a Wenis?

The flap of skin covering the elbow feels no pain when pinched. It is used and referred to mainly to elicit laughs because of its similarity to the word “PENIS”. Etymology: Is believed to have originated from an Egyptian pharaoh named wenis and probably was accepted as a creative variation on penis which is funny.

What is the tip of your elbow skin called?

Elbow, tip of the: The bony tip of the elbow is called the olecranon. The olecranon is also called the olecranon process of the ulna.

What is the outside of your elbow called?

lateral epicondyle

What is a Wenis bone?

The wenis is the skin surrounding the bottom of the elbow. It’s not bone at all, and it rests over the top of the joint, not within it. The only similarity is that they’re located around the middle of the arm.

What is a Pagina?

British English: page /peɪdʒ/ NOUN. A page is a side of one of the pieces of paper in a book, magazine, or newspaper.

What’s a Flagina?

Weenus (or weenis or wenis) is a slang word for the excess or loose skin at the joint of one’s elbow, which is technically referred to as olecranal skin.

What is knee skin called?

The patella protects the front of the knee joint. The knee joint is surrounded by a joint capsule with ligaments strapping the inside and outside of the joint (collateral ligaments) as well as crossing within the joint (cruciate ligaments).

What is the space between two fingers called?

The web of the hand is a “fold of skin which connects the digits”. These webs, located between each set of digits, are known as skin folds (interdigital folds or plica interdigitalis). They are defined as “one of the folds of skin, or rudimentary web, between the fingers and toes”.

What’s the skin in between your thumb and index finger called?

thenar webspace

What is your middle finger called?

digitus medius

What is the meaty part of your thumb called?

carpometacarpal joint

What is a Purlicue?

(Entry 1 of 2) chiefly Scottish. : a résumé of a series of sermons or addresses given at the close (as of a communion season) : peroration.

Where is a Purlicue?

Purlicue: the space between your thumb and forefinger.

What is a wamble?

1 : a wambling especially of the stomach. 2 : a reeling or staggering gait or movement.

What is Epistemophilia?

EPISTEMOPHILIA, noun: an excessive love of knowledge.

Is Crapulous a bad word?

Crapulous may sound like a word that you shouldn’t use in polite company, but it actually has a long and perfectly respectable history (although it’s not a particularly kind way to describe someone).

What does Clinomania mean?

Clinomania is an excessive desire to stay in bed. (The definition of the word ‘excessive’ here is up to you.)

What do you call a person who has Clinomania?

Dysania is also called Clinomania where the Greek word clino means bed and mania means addiction which makes the literal meaning of the disorder to be ‘addiction of bed’. By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | October 28, 2018 3:51:48 pm. Unwillingness to get up from the bed in the morning is a condition termed as Dysania.

What is a Crapulous person full of?

crapulous (comparative more crapulous, superlative most crapulous) Characterized by excessive eating or drinking. Synonyms: debauched, intemperate. Suffering physically from the consequences of excessive eating or drinking. Surcharged with liquor; sick from excessive indulgence in drinking or eating.