So help me, I do. But it seems almost a little unethical - keeping petri dishes of bacteria growing just to harvest their goo. De-sliming worms - can that be like shearing sheep?

One thing is for sure. I am NOT eating plain okra.
Originally Posted by IAgirl
Think of it as bacteria farming and worm herding. C'mon, do it! If it works, I'll buy some. What could be more natural than putting dirt and worm snot on your head?
Originally Posted by bluesheep
Well, if you're at my house, you're going to have both in your hair whether you like it or not, plus road dust, plus some dog snot. He always checks out people's hair.

But no okra. I have my limits.
Pedaheh is brave.
Are you making gumbo with the leftovers? It's actually good IN something.
Originally Posted by IAgirl
Is dog snot a good curl enhancer? Cat snot (or saliva) doesn't do a darn thing.
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