If you clicked on the link hoping to find new organic recipes or the extolation of organicism (it's a neologism, deal with it), then I must disappoint you. But, since you're already here, why not revel in some lexical drivel and medical humour?
This post is actually a long time coming. It is a bizarre sort of tribute to my best friend in my class. Her name is Elizabeth and she has previously been introduced as Audrey on this blog due to her undying admiration of a little-known movie starlet. We became friends because I said something in physiology class and she laughed. This is actually our very first chat exchange and I knew it foretell an inevitable friendship which revolves around Elizabeth's grammar fascism and our mutual love of linguistic humour.
16:07 me: I love the liver. what a splendid organ!
16:16 Elizabeth: i was going to go with "venerable," but "splendid" is also accurate
16:17 me: You don't think the liver is full of sinusoidal splendour?
16:21 Elizabeth: it certainly is, but i feel more respect than awe
16:23 me: Well, it is admittedly not a flashy organ unlike the extroverted heart
16:26 Elizabeth: or as mysterious as the brain
16:27 me: The brain just pretends to be cerebral
Elizabeth: i feel obligated to say that it's hard to respect the lungs b/c they're full of hot air
16:30 me: and you can basically tell the kidneys to piss off
16:31 Elizabeth: and we all know what the colon is full of
16:32 But you have to give credit to the gallbladder for its courage
16:37 Elizabeth: the small intestine is like switzerland...always neutral(izing)
16:41 me: Would that make the biceps like Cold War America-- always flexing
16:53 Elizabeth: which makes the appendix one of those pesky proxy war states
me: Surely, that renders the uterus a biological equivalent of an active volcano.