Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Larvae Lamp

Let them see the light.
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A lava lamp that has the base set up in such a way that maggot larvae may thrive and multiply as if they were in their very own private petre dish.

Sit back and watch while they float weightlessly up to the top as they mature and progress through the stages of their little larvae lives.

All the while a background of groovy colors morph ever so gradually.

Yes you want one. Listen close while "Green Tambourine" plays softly in the background. Just you and your love. Your first love...

And no they're not monkeys they're maggots.

blissmiss, Apr 18 2009

From 03:13 to 04:00 or so but the whole talk is well worth watching. http://www.ted.com/...ia_communicate.html
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Apr 18 2009]

Larvae Lamp https://www.cartoon...ry/f/fly_larvae.asp
[whatrock, May 22 2016]

Green Tambourine https://www.youtube...watch?v=oIAzQ6M2Bow
[normzone, May 22 2016]


       So, a piece of meat in a jar? ?? ????
WcW, Apr 18 2009

       Cool. (+) I was thinking up a kind of lava lamp idea based on glowing bacteria in this Bonnie Bassler TED talk. [link]   

       I once sent a drawing of the exact same idea to a friend... must look for it and send it to you. I naturally approve [+]
xenzag, Apr 18 2009


       Bun for the "Green Tambourine while watching majestic maggotry" thing though.
doctorremulac3, May 22 2016

       do they escape at some point? did my caterpillar sumo fighting video promote this?
po, May 23 2016


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