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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Jakke, Aug 25, 2012.
Axetrology! How the Moon might affect your guitar.
What's next? Wood menstruation cycle?
Full moon wood! Sound like a bad porno
This might be the most stupid thing I have ever read on that site, but yet I keep coming back...
Ah yes, the dreaded werewood...
On sombre October nights,
Whilst little long-haired devils
nod their metal-heads to sleep.
Perturbèd trees tremble
away their wilted leaves.
The Werewood Wyldely shrieks
Her squeals into the streets.
We collectively weep
for a most forlorn Werewood story.
I actually put this in my poetry journal.
OMGOMGOMG, so sharing this on my facebook and the other forums!
I know that harvesting plants in the day vs night makes a big difference because the plants will have more liquid in the leaves/fruited parts while photo synthesizing, but during moon cycles?
Doesn't the "were" part mean "man"?
Yep, so this article translates to "manwood" which is even worse.
I heard Blackmachine is using werewood in his 2013 run....
404. Is this the article?
*Edit: Nevermind, it's going to the article now. It looks like they reference the one I found, though.*
"Werewood!" "There, wood. There, castle."
Not necessarily the moon cycle directly effecting them, but many plants to have altered chemistry during specific lunar phases. Herbivore insects that eat plants more heavily during the full moon will illicit a response where the plant tries to be less appealing and harder to digest.
that being said, I doubt it is going to make much of a difference, unlike climate during growth which led to the amazing tone of a Stradivarius
UG is kind of useless now aside from tabs. News wise is just trash mostly.
"dave mustaine farts"
"Slash is being slash"
"Dave mustaine farted on slash"
I think I would pay to see that...
I heard they used to do heroin together all the time, so yeah, at some point that probably happened.
From the article.....
Really. Never wood have guessed.
^It's very nice IMO.
Personally, when I had a presentation on the whiteboard in highschool, my english teacher said my handwrinting was good enough to be a doctor or a professor. Which is not much of a compliment when you think about it
I heard that it was dampness and heat causing fungi to attack the wood he was going to use, which led to their splendid tone. Labs have even been able to make new Stradivarus' armed with that insight.