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outie

(ou′tē)
n. Slang
A protruding navel.
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A popular term for a belly button (umbilical cord residuum) that bulges outward
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outie

Vox populi An everted belly button–umbilical cord residuum incapable of collecting lint. See Inverted nipple. Cf Innie.
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So what if I want to use mineral fiber insulation (stone wool) as my continuous insulation and I want my windows to be "outies"?
Outies also engage in Tantric ritual sex, which can raise energy to its most exalted state.
They are teaching persons born with outies how to be "masculine," and persons born with innies how to be "feminine." They are teaching children how to perform those two roles.
What with some of those outies perhaps buried with their traditional weapons?
The opposite orientation of these two perspectives is carried through to their objects which, taken together, stage a Freudian debate between "outies" and "innies." Zaki's symbolism is crude--the interior views of stopped-up fireplaces in particular are almost too much--but, considering the myriad psychosexual readings that come with the territory, also perfectly justified.
His fellow "outies" from the sea are a welcoming bunch dominated by moorish idol Gill (Willem Dafoe), whose heavy scars testify to numerous run-ins with humankind.
Bellybuttons can generally be divided into innies and outies. Choreographers and dancers may similarly be characterized, and it shows in their work.
Most people have "innies" and only about 10 per cent of the population has "outies." But neither button style has any effect on health.
For those with protruding navels (outies), this is a problematic area to pierce.
Are they "innies" or "outies." The physics calls for "outies" and that is the way that I push hard for (Figure 4).
The less symmetrical among them tend to pinball you between various near-referential foci that could be black holes, supernovas, innies and outies, fans, finger-prints, or eyes.