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Think if all classes would be this much fun
So the pancreas is actually a xenomorphic symbiotic parasite that has infiltrated beyond our protective dermal barriers to indoctrinate our youth? Naked lunch all over again.
Sugar and Insulin.. ba ba ba da da da... Brian Wilson as an endocrinologist!
very underrated song! X333 :333 ❤❤
Hello! I guess I was a child who was shelter and insulin . My pancreas was insulated with terrible secretion . My sweets in Jeopardy because my pancreas would make insulin slow but sure . My world turn upside down because my pancreas made insulin too slow for me to digest. Oh, pancreas will you ever turn up a moment notice to let me know your intentions to secrete sweetness in my life. Albert Joseph Demarco
Trippy. It's 4:58 am; no wonder I can't get to sleep.
Woo, woo, islets of Langerhans!!!
Beach Boys references:00:00 is Our Prayer found on the 20/20 album in 1969. Recorded originally in 1966 for SMiLE00:24 is mostly in the style of the verse of God Only Knows (Pet Sounds, 1966.) But there's also the theremin like noise from Good Vibrations (single, 1966) and the harpsichord calls back to the SMiLE version of Wonderful from 1966.1:21 is a tribute to the chorus and middle eight of the SMiLE version of Wind Chimes. The ooga-chakas reference "Do You Like Worms?" another SMiLE song.2:11 is the "Cantina" section of Heroes and Villains. It's another SMiLE leftover.2:34 is a nice pastiche of the bridge that connects to the end of Good Vibrations ("Gotttta keep those lovin' good...vibrations a happenin' with herrr")
i remember life when my pancreas produced insulin. it was such a wonderful life.
2:33 Don't cha know ya gotta flow, flow flow
Which organ hurts the most? The Pain-creas!AAAH, WAKA WAKA!!
I won a bar quiz since I knew what the Islets of Langerhans were. Thank you Al, shame you blew your brains out in the 80's
My pancreas doesn't work xD
As a type 1 diabetic...I find this hilarious
Thank you Dr. Banting and Dr. Best.
Your pancreas is always there for youDiabetes type 1: hold my beer
This looks like a ytp
I left my pancreas in San AndreasI forgot my kidney way down in SidneyI drowned my liver way up in LiverpoolI left my brain in Spain out in the rain