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Cow if my mouth doesn’t say it my face definitely will shirt is available. I was showing Fanny how to use the microscope, reveling in her shocked delight at the worlds within—though in some instances, it was plain shock, as when she discovered what was swimming in our drinking water. “Don’t worry,” I assured her. “Most of them are quite harmless and your stomach acid will dissolve them. Mind, there _are_ nasty things in water sometimes, particularly if it’s had excrement in it—sh!t, I mean,” I added, seeing her lips silently frame “excrement”. Then the rest of what I’d said struck her and her eyes went round. “Acid?” she said, and looked down, clutching her midsection. “In my _stomach_?
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“Well, yes,” I said, careful not to laugh. She had a sense of humor, but was still very tentative in this new life, and feared being laughed at or made fun of. “It’s how you digest your food.” “But it’s…” she stopped, frowning. “It’s… thr—_strong_. Acid. It eats right through…things.” Have you got Cow if my mouth doesn’t say it my face definitely will shirt? She’d gone pale under the light tan the mountain sun had given her. “Yes,” I said, eyeing her. “Your stomach has very thick walls, though, and they’re covered in mucus, so—“ “My stomach is full of _snot_?” She sounded so horrified that I had to bite my tongue and turn away for a moment, under the pretext of fetching a clean slide.
“Well, you find mucus pretty much all over the insides of your body,” I said, having got control of my face. “You have what are called mucous membranes; those secrete mucus wherever you need a bit of slipperiness.” “Oh.” Her face went blank, and then she looked down below her clutching hands. “Is it—is that what you have between your legs? To make you…slippery when…” “Yes,” I said hastily. “And when you’re pregnant, the slipperiness helps the baby come out. The mucous membranes in your mouth and throat are slippery so that your food will slide down easily when you swallow, and there are other mucous membranes lining the peritoneum—that’s the cavity of your body, and covering your heart and your lungs, so that all the organs can move easily against each other. I’ll show them to you, next time we butcher a hog.”