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The human body is a bloomin' amazing piece of work, isn't it? And now people have found another of its many functions to admire after a diagram showing a woman's milk ducts went viral.
Ok, some seem pretty grossed out about the whole thing. Which is weird, considering many of them may have been breastfed from their mother's milk ducts - and the likelihood that their parents or grandparents were is even higher... but we're not here to judge.
Either way, many were astonished to discovered this is what the inside of a woman's breast actually looks like, below the skin.
This tweet went viral just days ago and has racked up over 120,000 likes and 40,000 retweets from like-minded people who had no idea what milk ducts looked like.
After the initial post, the Twitter user followed it up with another post which simply read: "How are some of you finding this beautiful? I'm legit STRESSED knowing this is inside my titties."
Others agreed, with one person even going as far as to say: "I DONT WANT BREASTS ANYMORE."
Yet another added: "We aren't supposed to see this. We weren't supposed to know. No one is here for these flesh flowers."
Others felt disappointed that they didn't learn about this when they were growing up, as one pointed out: "Like omg how interesting. So much stuff just clicked. I'm kinda irritated this wasn't something we learned in health class tbh".
Another embraced it, asking: "Why is everyone saying it's gross? We have literal flowers on our titties, that's so cool."
One bloke encouraged women to love what they've got, writing: "I hate to get deep on a post but if you think about it God made us from earth. We resemble nature through our anatomy if that makes sense. Lol. Our veins and arteries looks like roots on a tree.
"The spine is the trunk of the tree & the brain is the top of the trees where the branches stretch far and wide. Every beautiful tree has its flowers (the nipple)."
Well that's one way of looking at it. I for one think it's bloody wonderful.
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