Why is it that two pieces of flesh pushed together on a woman is called cleavage, but on a plumber is called a crack?
Generally speaking, cleavage is considered a good thing. While “plumbers crack” (which is not to be confused with crack cocaine) is considered a bad thing.
I don’t want to outright say one is better than the other. But let’s face it. If you had to live the rest of your life with one or the other; which would you choose? I think it’s obvious that we would all choose cleavage. This includes the ladies.
Let me explain.
If we were to take a step back from this situation and look at it from a metaphorical perspective. We have cleavage, which represents a life giving and life sustaining element. Without this element (s) all babies would wane and die (this is bad because we all start as babies).
On the other end (quite literally), we have the crack. This would be the step-child-relative to the exit point for all things (generally speaking) undesirable.
Some skeptics might raise the point that a baby is brought into this world very near to this so called “undesirable” exit point. I recognize this ironic twist, but I have no explanation. A design flaw perhaps; unlikely, I cannot imagine the baby port of entry (into the world) being located anywhere else without it being … awkward.
I realize this does not answer your question.
As life and the world evolve certain rivalries begin. Many ages ago cleavage and crack had a misunderstanding. Ever since then there has been an undercurrent of disdain between the two rivalries.
The tension is all building up to an epic battle; one which will fill the streets with the blood of their hosts. It is likely that humanity will be exterminated (unintentionally) as a result of this unavoidable war.