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I see what u did there
i thought nickle back was rock
im now confused
Nickelback is like soft rock from my understanding.
Actually, just by the sound of it, nickelback is kind of what you would get if you mixed rock with country. just a thought, possibly wrong.
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I'll tell you, if you're intrigued.
One of two things has happened here
1) There are just some maggots in there, ew
or 2) In some cases of wounds, the dead flesh builds up. Doctors sometimes put maggots in there because they eat the dead flesh allowing it to heal, and they don't even touch the healthy flesh. This is true, by the way.
One of the two.
soundso extremely third world
Well, it is a rather old concept, but it's far more refined than you might think. The maggots are specially bred, cleaned and specially treated to make sure they are clean. They only stay in for two days at a time (per batch of maggots) to ensure they don't get old enough to start turning into flies, and they are placed in through a use of a breathable cage.
Care to correct me, then?
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