} Those are your skin cells, you fool. You need them to protect your
} bones and hold your blood in place so you don't bleed to dea... oh, the
} OTHER growths.
} Those are hair. They were originally part of your fur coat some 40,000
} years ago but when Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon were fighting it out,
} there was a much more severe cold spell than there is now, and coat
} manufacturers were very expensive, so people had to grow their own
} coats. As the world got warmer, humans didn't need as much fur, so
} they stopped having it as much. But like, even if you do not drive,
} keeping a drivers' license and renewing it is less trouble than
} allowing it to expire and finding you have to go through the trouble to
} get one again if you need it some day, it's a lot less trouble
} biologically to keep a little bit of hair on the body, such as the arms
} and chest, than to completely drop it altogether, then if a new ice age
} comes up, have to try to manage without any way to generate fur.
} You owe The Oracle a set of fur earmuffs. Just use a razor and scrape
} the fur off the bottoms of your feet. What do you mean you don't have
} any, everyone knows everyone has hair on the bottom of their feet.
} People have had it for over 200,000 years, what do you think, it just
} stopped one day?