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November 30th, 2014

dreams @ 09:12 am

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Apparently, medieval cloth dyeing techniques involved the cultivation of demonic tentacles in barrels, submerged in liquid; the finest tentacles produced a pigment similar to tyrian purple. The bigger question, though, was whether the dye retained the demonic taint inherent to the tentacles - or through generations of tentacle breeding, had the demonic influence been brought down to a negligible level? Did the color affect the transmissibility? And what exactly does it mean to be demonic, anyhow?
 
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From:randomdreams
Date:December 1st, 2014 04:37 am (UTC)
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Homeopathic demon dye, just what we need!
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From:g_na
Date:December 1st, 2014 03:56 pm (UTC)
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Oh, I think if you soak the tentacles in holy water that would reduce the demonic influence.
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From:moof
Date:December 2nd, 2014 03:50 am (UTC)
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I'd vaguely wondered if it was comparable to generic rapeseed vs canola. Canola has less erucic acid, and is therefore less overtly terrible for you; it could be the same for a Demon-lite™ cultivar of tentacles.

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