What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger.
When I saw the term "blood sucking leaches" I immediately started thinking politics. So I guess I can't comment today. Have a great Friday everyone.
Oops, leeches. I guess the coffee hasn't leached into my blood stream yet.
You and me both, TR... Leeches ARE useful, tho - real good for draining off bruising and other sub-skin blood pooling...Mmmmm, raising medical quality sterile leeches - THERE's a home business opportunity for ya!
@TrickyRicky- Trust me, I've made that same mistake in the past.@Pete(Detroit)- You're quite right that medical quality sterile leeches are very useful in the treatment of certain maladies. And maggots are too! And frankly, I'm surprised that nobody has developed a lovable cartoon mascot of a tapeworm to tout a new, all-natural, organic way to lose weight without eating less or exercising.Hmmm, I'll be right back. I'm going to go file the paperwork to open the "Tapemeasure Worm Weight Loss Centers."
Stilt, don't forget the cigs ("instead of sweets") and soap!!!http://www.google.com/search?q=tapeworm+ads+vintage&hl=en&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=w0OtT6iPFIes8QSP0enyDA&sqi=2&ved=0CF4QsAQ&biw=1331&bih=779
@Stan da Man- D'oh!! Sanitized, easy-to-swallow, jar packed tapeworms for weightloss has already been done! Thanks for destroying my hopes and dreams.
Oh, come on Stilt, Change a few words, Hope springs eternal!Package them as "all natural bio active ingredients" and amaze people w/ their effectiveness!
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