Off-topic, remember that show on Channel 4 about sexuality or something? Actually, maybe it was Educating (some city). The segment I most remember had British youth asking questions about sex. "What's the average penis size?" and this sort of thing.
It was just rapid-fire, jump cut, highly edited montage of questions. But the most hilarious part was a Muslim girl saying, "How many holes do people have?" in amongst all these penis and blowjob questions.
I almost injured myself I was laughing so hard. I wish I could find the clip. There's just this smiling girl asking the most inane question possible. Her non-Muslim classmates were lightyears ahead of her in terms of sex education. She didn't even know her basic physiology. I mean...this is the question you ask on national tv? She probably had time to prepare and think of something. Just fucking count the next time you're in the bathtub.
It's amazing. How repressed and backwards must these people be?
It's like a Muslim co-worker I had who asked, "How do you tell the difference between a male cat and a female cat? I know the males are bigger". The answer he got was, "There are certain physiolgical differences."
How on earth is it possible? This guy didn't know the penis/vagina thing.
Holy crap. It's so fucking hilarious.
Let me Google this "holes" question.
I'll be damned. I would have been wrong. Here's Wikipedia's list:
The nostrils, for breathing and the associated sense of smell
The mouth, for eating, breathing, and vocalizations such as speech
The ear canals, for the sense of hearing
The nasolacrimal ducts, to carry tears from the lacrimal sac into the nasal cavity
The anus, for defecation
The urinary meatus, for urination and ejaculation
In females, the vagina, for menstruation, sexual intercourse and childbirth
The nipple orifices
I wouldn't have thought of tear ducts. Or nipples. I don't want to sound like a Muslim here but are these real orifices?
Even ears. I would have said ears but...I don't know...is there really a large hole? Maybe there is. Some things are perhaps best left unknown.
But nipples? No, I'm not buying that. Even if we focus on women, yes, stuff can come out but...that's the test? Why not sweat glands then?
It's the same with tear ducts.
It's a bit ridiculous. So no, I'm not including tear ducts and nipples. Even medically, nobody is inserting anything into those so-called orifices.
Anyway, even if it turns out to be a reasonable physiological question, it's still a terrible sex question.