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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: THE TUMMY IS SMARTER THAN THE MIND.
vertical line Posted on Oct.28.2012 @ 12:46AM EDT by leoj99
The tummy is much smarter than the mind.

The tummy don't like nonsense. It always take real things not imaginary things.

The mind likes all the imaginary things. Can't take real things...

So what do you think?

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Reply from so_teh
Oct.28.2012
02:18AM EDT 
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vertical line Do you have the guts?
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Reply from football
Oct.28.2012
04:24AM EDT 
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vertical line Don't drink rot-gut.Once I did and I had to throw up(vomit) all.
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Reply from football
Oct.28.2012
06:31AM EDT 
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vertical line By the way it is made tripe soup from the abdoman of the sheep.
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Reply from Joe Chip
Oct.28.2012
06:57AM EDT 
vertical line Rub-A-Dub.
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Reply from shayne
Oct.28.2012
09:22AM EDT 
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vertical line this is wrong.

because the mind can affect the tummy,

anxiety and nervousness make it upset.

so.

wrong.
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Reply from Joe Chip
Oct.28.2012
01:13PM EDT 
vertical line When I feel tummy,
I see like a mummy.
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Reply from leoj99
Oct.28.2012
05:45PM EDT 
vertical line The tummy reacts and does not like what the mind is doing..lol
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Reply from leoj99
Oct.28.2012
05:46PM EDT 
vertical line Try to calm your mind and the tummy gets peaceful..lol
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Reply from shayne
Oct.28.2012
06:07PM EDT 
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vertical line right. still mind though. 
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Reply from justin
Oct.28.2012
11:29PM EDT 
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vertical line the tummy will eat death and think it is life.
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Reply from justin
Oct.28.2012
11:32PM EDT 
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vertical line before children learn the world (and develope thought) they will put anything into their tummies.

I understand what you are trying to express but no.

Just because the tummy does not think (which is what you are trying to suggest) it is much happier then the mind (because the mind is encumbered by thoughts all day long).

Happy is he who has seen mind and accepted it. (not trying to deny it)
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Reply from Joe Chip
Oct.29.2012
07:31AM EDT 
vertical line Children say tummy and yummy dummy mummy.
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Reply from Joe Chip
Oct.29.2012
08:05AM EDT 
vertical line The stomach has a mind of its own.
When I said I don't know, you didn't want to know.
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Reply from Joe Chip
Oct.29.2012
08:08AM EDT 
vertical line Smartie?
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Reply from Sam Hardy
Oct.29.2012
12:00PM EDT 
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vertical line Assuming that the tummy is smarter than the mind, then I wonder why no one has written a book called An Investigation into the Nature of Tummy or Understanding the Tummy or How the Tummy Works or even A History of the Eastern Tummy ? 

It's a very deep question ...  
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Reply from Joe Chip
Oct.29.2012
12:07PM EDT 
vertical line Indigestible gristle. And not one I'll be pondering.
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Reply from boymonk
Oct.29.2012
03:22PM EDT 
vertical line Teh belly knows

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