THE DIGESTIVE TORSO
Looking at Smith’s head in bed I’ve come to a realization. Heads are brain pods, stalks on the body in which the brain is encased. The body’s digestive system is the function of the body. The brain serves the digestive system. The brain sprouts eyes, nose, intake organ, all of which are meant to search for food, ingest food, savor food.
Legs and feet also serve our digestive torso. They move the torso through terrain. Fingers are little grasping tentacles with which digestive fuel is scooped into the intake orifice on the brain pod. The eyes are close to the intake orifice to facilitate insertion of fuel.
The brain pod is at the head of the digestive system. The asshole is at the end.
The digestive torso is a worm with a skeleton, a worm who can walk upright and gather loose roaming food. A worm with eyes and a skull. A worm who chews. This terrifies me.