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Venom Gleek

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To implement this idea, one must first be able to gleek on command. (Gleeking is the ejection of a fine spray of saliva from beneath the tongue.)

Next, the subject will need to develop an immunity to a deadly poison, such as (my personal recommendation), aqueous Iocaine powder.

Then, the subject will need to be able to gleek *in reverse* in order to draw the "venom" into the sublingual gleek ducts.

When molested, the now-armed individual need only gleek the venom into a mucus membrane of his/her attacker to stop them cold.

Just take care to never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line.

nihilo, May 27 2006

On how to gleek. http://loribradley....o_not_try_this.html
First problem solved... [nihilo, May 27 2006]

Gleeking in the animal kingdom http://www.tigerhom.../spitting-cobra.jpg
[ldischler, May 28 2006]


       But how do you keelg? Those little glands are awfully hard to hit!
jutta, May 28 2006

       No [jutta], it's gleek. It would only be kleeg if the <i> tags worked...
Jinbish, May 28 2006

       The locaine takes you dangerously close to magic, but thanks for the education on gleeking. I'll stay back from yawning geeks.
ldischler, May 28 2006

       Oh stip.
reensure, May 28 2006

       mega rad.
epicproblem, May 29 2006

       Where do the plocket protectors go?
methinksnot, May 29 2006

       Well, I can gleek on command, but the reverse is magic. Glands don't work that way.
Shz, May 31 2006

       It should be "ducts", and thus not magic. Many individuals have mastered the difficult art of being able to ingurgitate fluids into their various ducts.
nihilo, Jun 01 2006


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