Go to Wikipedia and click “random article.” This is the name of your genitals.
Mine turns out to be:
Note to all you lovely ladies attending the Boston Tweetup this weekend: Despite the phonetic similarities with the new, randomly assigned name of my schmeckel, it does not burn when I pee.
Emily may not be the prettiest thing with plastic parts on bikini-riddled Zuma Beach in Malibu, Calif., but ‘she’ still turns heads.
That’s because Emily — whose name is an acronym for Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard — is a four-foot-long robotic buoy capable of racing through rough surf at 24 miles per hour. Emily’s creators estimate that the robot can rescue distressed swimmers twelve times as fast as human lifeguards. Take that, David Hasselhoff!
“From a technology perspective, [Emily] is quite innovative,” says Howie Choset, a robotics professor at Carnegie Mellon University. “To be able to maneuver such a small craft through choppy waters straight to a drowning victim is incredible.”….
Howie Choset? Did he pick that name? If so, I wonder how he chose it.