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    Ok. Bet you've never heard of anything like that.
    Last night, I ground some bloodworms, and sprinkled them on the leaves of my dews. They all seem to like them, especially little cute binatas - just drippling with dew from the digestion, but one of my adelae's leafs kinda got high I guess. Instead of being more or less parallel to the ground (like normal leafs are), it just kinda got perpendicular all of a sudden! lol and to top it all off, it looks like its curling inwards!
    Lol, so if thats not kinky... what is?
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    Appearantly they liked the massive feeding (i think I overdid it a bit), but 2 of them already almost fully unfolded a new leaf each... I like that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Appearantly they liked the massive feeding
    Careful.....your plants might become obese! Then they'll have to be put on some sort of expensive diet!
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