I was looking at this question Designing a low technology flamethrower with limited resources
and on a whim decided to see why an answer (deleted by "Community") was rude and abusive.
Carve bones into a pump system, use a flab of leather for the suction.
Carve a leg bone into a hollow cane and use it to aim the fluid. Melt fat from the dead bodies and use the oils as fuel.
Use guts and penises as flexible tubes to move the fuel.
Guts are longer and need to be treated to gain resistance, penises are shorter and more resistant but can be knitted together to make a longer tube.
Use leather to make a bag for the fuel to sit in.
Results will look like a flamethrowing bagpipe made from people.
This looks to be a straightforward on-point answer to the question of how to use dead body parts to make a thing. It did not insult the poster or anyone else and did not digress into abusive irrelevancies. The only way I can see that this might be considered rude and abusive is that penises (along with guts) were considered as working material. Penises can be parts of dead bodies.
I think if this answer is rude and abusive then the whole concept of making things out of dead bodies is rude and abusive. Or I am missing something - "Community" if you are there, unpack your reasoning? Is "Community" a bot looking for forbidden words?
It was once not allowed to say "penis" on American TV. When that rule was relaxed, Saturday Night Live celebrated with a special song.