Firstly, I’m sorry.
What you’re about to see can’t be unseen.
Milk ducts. Women have them. They’re the milk-making glands that help you to feed your baby.
That was just about everything I needed to know about them.
Then Twitter user @lemonadead started asking questions, digging up pictures and posting them on social media.
Here’s the BBC:
The milk-making glands are divided into segments and the narrow tubes – or ducts – carry the milk from each segment to the nipple.
But for some that’s apparently not common knowledge – which is why many people online seemed to find the picture hard to swallow.
The offending Twitter post which has since gone viral:
Let’s take a closer look:
I feel like I was never meant to see this. Twitter agrees.
Trust me, they don’t get better the longer you look at them.
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