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    Has anyone heard of WEED WORM?

    Ok, so here's the deal...

    My roommate was smoking with our other buddy when they stumbled upon a bright orange worm in their sack. He explained to my roommate that this is a weedworm, and it eats thc. He then said it is mostly made of THC, so they decided to smoke the worm. I think this sounds completel rediculous, and that the worm was probably not supposed to be in the bag, and that they are idiots for smoking it. Can anyone put this hotly debated topic to rest???

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    if I had a room-mate like that, I would sleep with one eye open

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    Why in the WORLD are you debating.....much less living with.....somebody with a thought process like that???
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    is this a joke? it has to be...
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    What?

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    I feel for that worm.

    On a related note, are worms a good smoke?

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    theres a handfull of this exact same post about every year hahaha

    no weed worms
    dont eat thc
    cant smoke em.

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    In "Cheech & Chong Next", Chong pulls this beedle or cockroach thing out of a jar of roaches and smokes it..

    The relevance? I'm not sure..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellisJ2003 View Post
    Ok, so here's the deal...

    My roommate was smoking with our other buddy when they stumbled upon a bright orange worm in their sack. He explained to my roommate that this is a weedworm, and it eats thc. He then said it is mostly made of THC, so they decided to smoke the worm. I think this sounds completel rediculous, and that the worm was probably not supposed to be in the bag, and that they are idiots for smoking it. Can anyone put this hotly debated topic to rest???
    lmao

    but I hope you arent being serious

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    I've actually seen this phenomena in person. My friend has an apartment at which we party fairly frequently. This friend knows a lot of people and as a result you get a wide variety of people(ie, weird people) frequently moving through the apartment.

    Anyway. I'm in the kitchen mingling, I see a few guys and a girl breaking up some schwag for a smoke. As I was sipping a beer I see a guy stick his fingers into the pile of weed and out comes a little orange worm. Probably about an inch long and maybe a .25 of an inch around.

    Naturally I turn away from the broad I was talking to and give a loud "HEY DUDE, WTF IS THAT?!?!" to the group of stoners that just discovered a worm in their sack. I get the explanation that it is a "THC worm" and that they are going to smoke it.

    I stand there in awe, occasionally sipping my beer, as I watch this young man with his whole life ahead of him.. smoke a worm. Then the next person, then me. I graciously decline and make my way back to the living room. I guess to get the full story I should of smoked it, but I'm not smoking worms. Or weed with worms in it.


    So.. All I'm saying is that it is SOMETHING. The THC devouring worm explanation doesn't really do it for me, but still it has to be something.
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    The weed-worms exists...i had many-many times worms in my outdoor plants...
    They have white or orange color, and they live in the stems and in the living branches, but
    they can be also found in the buds...and they don't eat thc, just the soft middle of the stem, or seeds...

    I had friends too, who smoked em' .... but they didn't got high....

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    I don't know if this is a joke or not, but cannabis is a plant, and plants attract all kinds of critters, but mostly bugs. Worms found in cannabis buds are usually found in outdoor growing environments. They don't eat THC, but instead tunnel through the cannabis bud, find a nice dark spot, and usually leave a trial of nice worm shit behind.

    Weed worms, ha ha! that's great.

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    I found a tiny ass orange worm in a bag once. That's the only time though.
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    Yeah, I've found a dead dried up little worm inside a nug once when breaking it up. I took it out and threw it on the ground.

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    I've never seen a "Weed Worm" but it makes me wonder how many I have smoked that were in the center of a bud I never checked.

    Don't worry though.

    "The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) also allows certain levels of natural or unavoidable defects in foods, as long as they doesn't pose a health risk.

    For example, chocolate can have up to 60 insect fragments per 100 grams, tomato sauce can contain 30 fly eggs per 100 grams, and peanut butter can have 30 insect fragments per 100 grams (3.5 ounces), according to the FDA. "

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