Brave souls would swallow tapeworm cyst pills, so tapeworms would grow and mature inside their intestines, eating all food products until the dieter’s goal weight is reached.Said tapeworm is then excreted with the aid of an anti-parasite pill.The capsule was buried under the site of the Ordensburg Krössinsee training facility, which was previously used as an educational centre for the youth wing of the Nazi party.Archeologists had long known the artifact was buried at the location but had been unable to get to it until now.
But no one is quite sure when and where crochet got its start. According to American crochet expert and world traveler Annie Potter, "The modem art of true crochet as we know it today was developed during the 16th century.
In the 1930s, there was a growing appreciation in the USA for antiques as evidenced by Wallace Nutting's Furniture Treasury volumes I & II appearing in 1928 and volume III in 1933.
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Mind you, tapeworms can get pretty damn huge -- as long as 30 feet -- and can cause a whole mess of health issues, like diarrhea, vomiting, headaches and even epilepsy.
Erin Palinski-Wade, RD, says this is in no way a viable weight-loss option: “This is an incredibly dangerous and unhealthy weight-loss option that could potentially be deadly,” she says.
Lavaliering is a "pre-engagement" engagement that is a tradition in the Greek life of college campuses.