Who would have thunk it>
Certainly not me.
Who would have thought that this little part of the anatomy, of the muscular structure, had its very own name?
I have always loved this feature. It is sort of like a different kind of happy trail.
Twin trails to glory, you know?
Yes, this part of the anatomy has its very own name.
Do you know?
CLICK HERE if you know what it is called and tell me before you see the answer, if you can.
If you know what it is called and if you can click and type without seeing the answer.
So I am reading this book called Summer Fever by Catt Ford, a very hot book I might add, and the two main characters are making love and one’s special button is his nipples and for the other one, it is this spot I have “circled.” And it mentions the name of this part of a man and I had NO clue what Catt was talking about.
Imagine my surprise when I Google it and find out!
I love it when I read something and come across a new word or phrase.
All right. Did anyone get it?
The answer is…
… (are you scrolling down?)
… the iliac furrow.
AKA Apollo’s Belt, it is the shallow grooves of the surface of the abdomen. It runs from the hip bone (iliac crest) to the pubis.
All I know is that it makes my tongue twitchy.
Makes me want to explore it.
Makes me wanna…
Get to work on that navel
I mean novel
By the way, check out that link on Ms. Ford’s book. I loved it!