The answer is, YES! I didn't always think so, but Kora has opened my eyes. She was very observant the other day and sparked an intelligent conversation with me pointing out something I had NEVER though about. We were in the bathroom together getting ready to brush our fangs and this is how it went... (But first, a visual of the subjects)
Kora: "Mom, why are our toothbrushes different?"
Me: "They aren't really. We both have pink ones because we're the only girls in the family!"
Kora: "No, yours is fancy."
Me: "Well, mine is bigger because I'm bigger than you!"
Kora: "No, that's not what I mean. (Pointing at the area where the pink starts at the top) Yours has that sexy part and mine doesn't."
Isn't that observant? I never thought about it that way, but let's think for a minute. Here is Exhibit A. Kora's toothbrush. This toothbrush is probably meant for children ages 3-8 wouldn't you think? It's flat, no curves, just a little lift in the front. It kind of reminds me of a child in that sense.
Now let's take a look at Exhibit B. This is my toothbrush. It's curvy in the front, back, sides, you name it. It's "sexy" wouldn't you say? It reminds me of...well...me. (Minus the sexy adjective and only going by the amount of curves of course.)