Quotes About The Placenta

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Quotes About The Placenta

A lot of cultures believe you take the placenta and you bury it and plant something.
— Brooke Burke —

I've even delivered a few of their babies. (Wulf)
Really? (Cassandra)
Oh, yeah. You have to love the days before modern roads, and hospitals when I was up to my elbows in placenta. (Wulf)

— Sherrilyn Kenyon

I once had a story editor ask me not to use the word 'placenta.' I wanted to say: 'Now tell me again how you got here?' Oh, right, an angel of God placed you into the bill of the stork.

— Jill McCorkle

It makes sense that the placenta almost looks like a tree with many branches - a tree of life.

— Ricki Lake

[On peanut M&Ms:] It is the eggness of them. A shell, chocolate placenta, proteiny peanut baby. Life shape, birth shape, cell shape, protoplasmic-ooze shape. A shape that calls straight through civilization to our reptilian brains.

— Cynthia Heimel

The essence of songs is neither vocal nor cerebral but organic. We follow songs in order to be enclosed. We find ourselves inside a message. The unsung, impersonal world remains outside, on the other surface of a placenta. All songs, even when their content or rendering is strongly masculine, operate maternally.

— John Berger

The content of the dialogue with 'the Other' is a content that indicates that man's horizons are infinitely bright, that death is in fact, well, as Thomas Vaughn put it, 'the body is the placenta of the soul'

— Terence McKenna

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