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Thread: Your Earlobes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigrun Christianson
    Look at that picture, Loki. You can see that the first lobe is fully attached to the face at the jaw with no gap nor much "wiggle" room.

    The second picture shows the free lobe which resembles a tear drop and has a bit of gap between the inner- and lower-most part of the lobe and the face.
    Ok, thanks.

    Mine are clearly attached, maybe even more so than the one in the pic. You'll love my ears. They are fair, detailed and Nordic-looking. They go red very easily when I am embarrassed.

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    Mine are attatched, pretty much And I like them like that!

    Does anyone else ever play with their earlobes when they are trying to think of something?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    Too little is no fun. I think it's cute to grab a girl's ear right there, and she grab mine...
    Awwww...yeah sometimes it is nice to have your ear played with hehe People ignore those little things too much!
    I envision a world where people dawning long white robes and elaborate headdresses run rampant down the streets, waving their arms in the air while screaming "we've gone mad, we've gone mad", like defrocked monks breaking the silence of ages past.

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    hmm I am not sure what mine are. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demigorgona
    hmm I am not sure what mine are. :/
    Yours appear to be attached, but I need a closer pic to tell for sure.

    Perhaps we can start an ear classification system. Nordish vs, Non-Nordish ears.

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    Phelgethon brought it to my attention that my terms may not be clear. Here are the pics again to demonstrate what I mean.

    The first pic shows an attached lobe - just the lobe - I am not referring to the entire ear being "stuck" to one's head in an unnatural manner and sometimes require surgery to correct.

    The second pic shows a free lobe - it has more of a tear-drop shape and their is a small gap between the lower-most and inner-most part of the lobe and the face. There is no such gap on an attached lobe. Again, I'm referring to just that little part of the ear - not the entire ear.

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    Free earlobes are dominant over attached earlobes, regardless of race.

    http://www.jbhs.k12.nf.ca/biology/EARS.HTM



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    Ha-ha-ha...
    Here's a pic of my ear... this is attached.

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    That's free. Sorry for the small pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    Free earlobes are dominant over attached earlobes, regardless of race.

    http://www.jbhs.k12.nf.ca/biology/EARS.HTM
    I wonder if this high school class got it right. From personal experience, I'd think the opposite is true. For evidence, Dalonord posted that one of his parents had unattached earlobes and the other parent had attached earlobes, while he, himself, has attached earlobes.

    I have unattached earlobes, my wife's are attached, and our daughter's earlobes appear to be attached (she's still very young).

    Of course, this could be explained by an unexpressed recessive gene in both cases.

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    Hmm, actually, after studying my ears and others some more, I do have attached. I was watching a movie with Nicolas Cage in it and noticed his earlobes are distinctly free. They loop down and then back up before they attach.

    Last edited by Nordhammer; Sunday, November 30th, 2003 at 07:30 PM.

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