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Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Posted on Tuesday, April 24, 2007 - 8:58 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

A quickie

A few minutes back, the saying 'think with your heart, not with your head' made me smile. why?
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Is the forum relevant? did a question posted make you smile?
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Is the forum relevant? did a question posted make you smile?No
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Was there a situation where "thinking with your heart" could be taken literally?
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Was there a situation where "thinking with your heart" could be taken literally? If you mean, is the heart used as an example/object for my thought process then, no
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Anything to do with an ancient belief that our mind is in the heart, not in the brain?

Were you talking or reading about an animal whose organs are not fully differentiated?

Does it matter who said the phrase?

Or was it simply the fact that the parts of this expression were reversed?
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Anything to do with an ancient belief that our mind is in the heart, not in the brain? no

Were you talking or reading about an animal whose organs are not fully differentiated? very close

Does it matter who said the phrase? no

Or was it simply the fact that the parts of this expression were reversed? no
Emeraldink (Emeraldink)
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Two things come to mind:

1. "Chicken brain", because a lot of people believe that chickens are among the stupidest domestic animals.

2. Dinosaurs, because of a theory that their motor control system was split between brain in the head and a secondary center near the end of the tail.

On the other hand, is it related to a fish from the title?
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Two things come to mind:

1. "Chicken brain", because a lot of people believe that chickens are among the stupidest domestic animals. no

2. Dinosaurs, because of a theory that their motor control system was split between brain in the head and a secondary center near the end of the tail. no


On the other hand, is it related to a fish from the title?yes
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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HINT:The location of.... .
Emeraldink (Emeraldink)
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Is fish's heart so close to it's head, that it is practically "in the head"? Something like a monkfish?
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Is fish's heart so close to it's head,no that it is practically "in the head"?yes Something like a monkfish?not the monkfish
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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HINT:Emeraldink almost got it.
Eli (Eli)
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not sure if it exists, but is there maybe a fish that has a body like head, ie no torso part??
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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not sure if it exists, but is there maybe a fish that has a body like head, ie no torso part??no

If you take a careful look at my post after Emeraldink's, the answer will come to you....
Eli (Eli)
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Are we not talking real fish, but other sea creatures? like prawns?
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Are we not talking real fish, but other sea creatures? like prawns?ALMOST GOT IT!!
Eli (Eli)
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Some other sea creature then.

Crab?
Lobster?
Shrimp?
Oyster?
other shellfish?
Foulglory (Foulglory)
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Posted on Friday, April 27, 2007 - 5:29 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

Crab?
Lobster?
Shrimp? Yes.
Oyster?
other shellfish?

********SPOILER********
I read that a shrimp's heart is in its head.

Congratulations Eli and Emeraldink

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