Wait. When I did my medical degree. Ontop of the shoulders (Sperior) is above. Below the shoulders (inferior) is below. Wait, have I been teaching a whole generation of military medics wrong?
I bloody new I should of joined the Salvation Army.
No, but then you're misconstruing "above" and "on top of"
(and it is "should have" not "should of" - which is an errant back-formation of the abbreviated "should've" which really, in case you hadn't notice, gets my pedantic goat and probably means you are a lot younger than I am)