Why do men have nipples?
This has been bothering us for quite some time. We think about things like this, it's our job.
First, a scientific explanation from Andrew M. Simons, a professor of biology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario:
"Like all "why" queries, the question of why men have nipples can be addressed on many levels. My four-year-old daughter, always suspicious of a trick when asked such obvious questions, answered: "because they grow them." In search of the trick answer, she quickly added that "chests would also look pretty funny with just hair."
Evolutionary biologists, whose job it is to explain variety in nature, are often expected to provide adaptive explanations for such "why" questions. Some traits may prove—through appropriate tests—to be best explained as adaptations; others have perfectly good evolutionary, but nonadaptive, explanations. This is because evolution is a process constrained by many factors including history, chance, and the mechanisms of heredity, which also explains why particular attributes of organisms are not as they would be had they been "designed" from scratch. Nipples in male mammals illustrate a constrained evolutionary result..."
Read the rest of the article HERE at ScientificAmerican.com
Did you read it?
Whew! Now THAT'S an explanation.
And our explanation?
Because men would look damn funny without 'em.
Think about it.
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