Before there was light, there was darkness. And after light, there will be darkness again. In between spells of darkness, is light. Got it? Good. Darkness. Then light. Then darkness. Perfect. Does not take rocket science to understand that. That part is clear. Let's move on.

There is no way you can determine how long the darkness existed for. You need light to determine time. There may have been periods of perpetual darkness for an eternity. Then this little window of light opened up. So there. Darkness. Small window. Darkness. Kapish? Good.

I read somewhere that speaking in short simple sentences is usually the most effective way to get your point across. Since I have been vehemently accused of never making a point on any of my posts, I thought I shall carry on with the legacy. But again, that really is not the point of this post. In fact, I do not know if this post will have a point by the time we get to the end of it because I normally do not know how my posts will end. I don't even know what the next sentence is going to be. So this may, in fact, turn out to be a completely pointless post.

Anyway. I do have a point to get across in this post. All men and women belong to the species homo sapiens of the genus homo of the family hominidae of the order primates of the class mammalia of the phylum chordata of the kingdom animalia. Phew, one complex sentence that! Gisting it, it means all men and women are mammals, and mammals are animals.

Mammals are known to have certain common characteristics, the paramount one being that the mothers suckle the young. This is why whales are mammals but sea horses which also give birth to live young are not mammals. So here is the story. Humans are mammals. Women suckle young. Fairly simple and straightforward.

There are other characteristics too that are common across mammals. Mammals have a digestive tract. The digestive tract digests food and assimilates it for the body to burn for energy. Digestive acids break the food down into smaller units, some of it breaking down enough to be in the gaseous form. A properly functioning digestive tract produces gas. Again. Humans are mammals. Mammals have digestive tract. Digestive tract breaks food down. Food breaking down produces gas.

So yes. Humans produce gas. An average human passes wind about 30 times a day. Not to mention burps a few times too. Now here is the deal. Humans produce gas. Unless women are not human (let's not talk about this from the perspective of being humane - we want to play fair here) they are supposed to pass wind too. Then, why in the name of the devil, do women staunchly maintain that they don't fart?

Women are human beings (speaking strictly biologically). Human beings pass wind. Women pass wind. Case closed.

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