The term "belly button" is a colloquial and commonly used term for the navel, which is the small, rounded scar on the abdomen where the umbilical cord was attached during fetal development. It is also known as the umbilicus.
The word "belly" refers to the abdomen or the front part of the human body, and "button" is used metaphorically to describe something small and rounded. So, when you put the two words together, "belly button" simply means the small, rounded part on the belly or abdomen.
The navel or belly button is a unique and defining feature of mammals, including humans. It serves as a remnant of our early development in the womb, where the umbilical cord connected the fetus to the placenta, allowing the exchange of nutrients and waste products between the developing fetus and the mother. After birth, the umbilical cord is cut, leaving behind the scar we now call the belly button.
Frozen Fuzzy Navel
Yield: 1 Servings
1/4 c Peach schnapps
1/2 c Orange juice
1 c Crushed ice
In a blender, combine the peach schnapps, orange juice and crushed ice. Cover and blend until thick, smooth and creamy. Pour into a chilled glass and serve at once.
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