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weaving worms

train parasitic worms in the art of weaving so they become symbiotic
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then have them live inside,and when you get a bit of you cut off they can come out and practice their art to weave a bit of instant stitches,or sew a bit back on
technobadger, May 29 2001

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       I thought this would be about teaching silkworms to weave the silk themselves by crawling in patterns.
magrak, Jun 05 2002

       <calling John Wayne Bobbitt, calling John Wayne Bobbitt - message for John Wayne Bobbitt>
po, Sep 15 2002

       'Where is it? Where is it?' Mrs. Bobbitt heard him crying. 'Lost it is, my precious, lost, lost! Curse us and crush us, my precious is lost!'   

       John Wayne was defeated. He dared go no further. He had lost: lost his prey, and lost, too, the only thing he had ever cared for, his precious. The cry brought Mrs. Bobbitt's heart to her mouth, but still she held on. Now faint as an echo, but menacing, the voice came behind: 'Thief, thief, thief! Mrs. Bobbitt! We hates it, we hates it, we hates it forever!'
FarmerJohn, Sep 16 2002


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