You’ve been calling them “butts” for way too long.
The parts of your body were named centuries ago, long before the invention of modern English (For example, the letter M wasn't part of the alphabet until an act of Congress added it in 1954.). Here's what the parts of the human anatomy deserve be called:
Why not call “fingers” what they really are: Small, tail-like flagellates useful for both grasping and slapping?
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Lots of body parts bend. But none do it as well as these bony, mid-leg joints.
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In the near future, the naming rights for your body parts will be up for grabs and you’d better believe the Dew is gonna get there first.
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