"The original says "tzelah," which literally means "side." The word is used, for example, for the sides of the Tabernacle (Ex. 25:12). One modern scholar has suggested that it could mean the baculum, the "penis bone" that most male mammals, but not humans, have. If the man gave his baculum to the woman, it would explain its absence. The problem is that (a) the text says God took *one of* the man's "tzelahs," (achat mi'tsalotav), and (b) the cognates of "tzelah" in other Semitic languages all indicate "rib.""
As I got to school, I started to wonder about last night, who I could go to with this problem. There were only nAgel people I trusted with my life, one was my father, but I couldn't talk to him about the situation last night, it would kill my parents' marriage. The other one, was my baseball coach, he has been my baseball coach since I entered baseball when I was 8.
As I was sitting in Math class, I was just thinking about what happen last night. I took out my phone, and I texted Coach. I told him I needed to talk to him about something, and he texted back asking what teacher I had.
I told him. The phone rung at the teacher's desk, as the teacher answered it, she looked in my direction. She said Nick, you must report to the director of athletic office, which was in the locker room.
I gathered up my stuff and I started to eithout down the hall...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑