Knee

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The "'Knee" is a flabby joining of flesh-like jelly, formed from the bones of newborns. Knees is technical jargon for the bony bit where the flabby bit meets the skinnier bit on the leg. In biological terms, "the toe bones connected to the leg bone, the leg bones connected to the knee bone,..." ad infinitum.

The knee is held in place by the kneecap, the kneescarf, and two kneemittens. (The Latin term for the kneecap is paella. This is also a Spanish rice dish.)

There are many other body parts which are also boring, such as the appendix, the hipbone, and ear wax.

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