in seven years, your body cells shed and grew new, completely ;
isn't it strange, to think that four years from now, you will have never touched me?
except some part of your eye, so if i poke you in the eye ive touched you on some way that will never fade
Haha! I'll poke everyone I love in the eye. ^_^
*poke in the eye* your it, ha! XD
With what?! ;-)
"You can judge the whole world on the sparkle that you think it lacks" - Dawes, When My Time Comes (http://youtu.be/Z0FrcTX6hWI)
I would think external cells - skin and all that - would have much faster turnover, brain tissue would be rather slower, and cartilage would hardly be replaced at all....
Your way is more poignant.
I was wrong!
Brain cells don't come back, at all, but some quick search has shown me that this is nothing but myth. It is a nice one, though - I prefer it to the real small deaths of flesh!
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