Posted by Dave W (220.127.116.11) on January 03, 19100 at 15:47:32:
In Reply to: Kinda like the sound posted by Margi on January 03, 19100 at 15:09:08:
Although some might consider hub to be "gluteally challenged," he might actually have advantages over those of us with vertical double hogbacks.
For example, if you or I attempt a one-cheek sneak while in a confining seat (on an airplane between two large people), but it gets trapped because the outer cheeks are sealed up with sweat and funk, we must find a way to stand up to rectify (no pun intended) the situation. Either that, or sit out the rest of the flight knowing that "the bubble" is down there...
Hub, with his latitudinal construction, could simply slide forward or backward in the seat to release the pressure. I think this is the sort of genetic mutation that will survive, an improvement rather than an impediment. Look for future generations to exhibit the 90-degree rotation look.
Bob and I have discussed this via private e-mail in the past, but I think it's time the general forum was posted.
I, for one, am impressed! Send us a picture, Hub!!
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