I Heart Guts Original Plush Organs Instagram - Human Body HumorAre we friendly on Instagram? I hope so. But if we're not yet acquainted on the IG, let me convince you why we should be. Why on earth should you follow a small company that makes plush organs on Instagram? We'll tell you why -- because I promise we will give you an occasional chuckle. Like this one of our breasts entranced by the Areola Borealis! 

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See photos like this and other ridiculous organ-ic content over at the I Heart Guts Instagram feed.  Northern Lights photo by El Coleccionista de Instantes via Flickr Creative Commons.

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Also, it's not all yuks and laffs on our Instagram account. Occasionally we will drop the knowledge on ya, like for instance this fascinating and educational How We Pee drawing.

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So stick with us on social and you just might learn something. Follow I Heart Guts plush organs on Instagram, where humor and the human body go hand in hand.
Stomach HairballOur stomach is snuggling up to this stomach-shaped hairball to celebrate Hairball Awareness Day today. The National Museum of Health and Medicine has many many wonderful specimens, including this incredible hairball, technically called a bezoarCompulsive hair eating can sometimes lead to the entire stomach filling up with hard-to-digest tangles of hair, which must be surgically removed or dissolved with enzymes to clear the hairball. This particular hairball was removed from a 12-year-old girl who had been eating her own hair since she was 6. Wow!

Pillbox all filled up for the week! 💊💊💊

Featuring our Happy Organ Erasers!

morbid anatomy museum organsIf you like dead bodies, two-headed taxidermied kittens and strong coffee, you'll love Brooklyn's Morbid Anatomy Museum. I've long wanted to take a trek to visit, and my wish finally came true on a cold day late last January. I had the good fortune to see their incredible House of Wax current exhibition as well as their permanent collection of oddities related to the human body, death, and other mortal subjects. Lucky for me I had a minute with the museum's creative director, Joanna Ebenstein, to talk organs and our shared fascination with all bodily things. If you're in NY or elsewhere, be sure to put this place on your list of things to do before you die.