Your doctor will ask about your symptoms and perform a physical examination. In English, the prohibition of words such as "ass", is very arbitrary, I agree. Not those proud lumps that flank it. Technically speaking, it is true that all languages contain taboo words, but for all intents and purposes, the Japanese language does not. I do agree that it's odd that some words are taboo and others are not, even when they refer to the same thing. It was proven by Messerschmitt that shot from tranquilize wouldn't affect an Ass-Blaster munch as it will take nearly under minute for the Ass-blaster to be waken to continue to get back in the air.
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That, and the fact that it's OE meaning wasn't just "tushy" but "anus" which is kinda gross. Unless you're an embalmer or coroner and dealing closely with all manner of fresh corpse fluids, there should be almost zero risk to you. Retrieved from " https: Oh, and Porsche, I can give you some example of Japanese contextual offensiveness if you like. Very little else is known about Ass Blasters or Shriekers.
When a politician calls another an ass, I think he means donkey referring to stubbornness. Like blowing oxygen into flames, by opposing those words, we give more power to them. Mary put the back of her hand to her forehead, gasped, and fainted. This tends to be difficult for the above category of people especially the obese as they tend to have shorter limbs. Bariatric people are the morbidly obese people. My answer is that I don't think that those terms in fact do refer to the same object. You just admitted that scientists make mistakes, but we know Hank is always right!