I've always been pretty interested in a bunch of different philosophical schools of thought and stuff, but recently I've been finding myself questioning a lot of really odd stuff in my science class that I'm nearly failing.
I cut myself by accident this morning, and my immediate reaction was to bring my hand to my mouth and lick the wound. This made me wonder, though; how much of yourself do you end up eating in a year or over the course of your life? There's no way to deny that we do digest ourselves to an extent; you regularly swallow your own saliva, and in cases like these, blood. I'm almost certain that you ingest at least a limb's worth of yourself over the course of a year.
So why is cannibalism shunned by society?
Eating another dead human being, regardless of their willingness to be eaten, is still morally seen as "wrong".
Thoughts on this are much appreciated.
"Cuddling and watching movies is to sex what riding a chairlift is to skiing bro. It may not be as good but you know where it's taking you."
">pics while I was in first aid class tied to a board
>mfw you're a dumbass
>mfw Newschoolers has gotten retarded
>mfw I have no face"