The larynx is the home of the vocal cords. Though really, the vocal cords aren’t cords at all, but two folded-up mucus membranes. So everything you say passes through mucus. No wonder you have such bad breath. Try not talking so much, you’re just spewing mucus in our faces. Jesus. You think we LIKE having your mucus sprayed all over the damn place?
Here are a few facts about the larynx:
- Larynx comes from a Latin word meaning “Ol’ Mucus Mouth.”
- Aretha Franklin’s voice is so strong because she has to project it through approximately forty pounds of mucus.
- Seriously, shut up. No one wants your mucus in their face.