Mass can neither be created nor destroyed.Excedrin said:That's just because you dont' want the parasites to be eating your food.
And I'm sure they're high in protein.April23 said:
energy not mass. you can convert mass into energy but not necessarily that energy back to massApril23 said:
http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/~parasite/dracunculus.htmlCletusJones said:I watched this last night after I was all fucked up. It made me afraid, I started itching and spent 20 minutes thinking about how I could have worms because my best friend's cat has them. There was this whole thought process about how I could have gotten worms from the cat and everything. I was afraid.
It's a bit on the gross side, so don't look if you have a weak stomach.
EDIT: You have 24 hours.
e=mc^2bungle said:energy not mass. you can convert mass into energy but not necessarily that energy back to mass
Don't scratch!!!CletusJones said:
That was crazy seeing that like 4 foot worm coming out of that dude's leg. Thanks, now my ankles itch.
no. it makes me want to kill myself. thanks.dreamwalker said:Don't scratch!!!
"Typically, the female worm is attached to a small stick and removed by slowly winding the worm on to the stick.". I recall reading about this probably 20 years ago. What I read at that time said that it takes days to remove the worm, because it has to be done very slowly to avoid breaking it.
Do you feel better now?
No, you don't understand how it works. You aren't supposed to kill yourself, you're supposed to hunt someone else down.CletusJones said:no. it makes me want to kill myself. thanks.
dreamwalker said:No, you don't understand how it works. You aren't supposed to kill yourself, you're supposed to hunt someone else down.
Not that I know about that personally or anything