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The Slack Snapper is a variety of [[Cabbage]] grown in and around [[Much-Come-Lately]] and [[Monks Deveril]]. It was devised by [[Antipater Slack]] to be the world's first self-defending cabbage, capable of slaying and consuming its would-be predators. It did this so effectively that no insect could escape to pollinate its flowers and it was in danger of dying out. mr slack set about giving his new variety a helping hand with the aid of the trusty camel-hair paintbrush to collect pollen. Neighbours traced his progress along a line of sucessfully pollinated plants that went to seed, with tattered boots and clothing about halfway along.
The '''Slack Snapper''' is a variety of [[cabbage]] grown in and around [[Much-Come-Lately]] and [[Monks Deveril]]. It was devised by [[Antipater Slack]] to be the world's first self-defending cabbage, capable of slaying and consuming its would-be predators. It did this so effectively that no insect could escape to pollinate its flowers and it was in danger of dying out. Mr slack set about giving his new variety a helping hand with the aid of the trusty camel-hair paintbrush to collect pollen. Neighbours traced his progress along a line of successfully pollinated plants that went to seed, with tattered boots and clothing about halfway along.


[[Category: discworld Flora & Fauna]]
[[Category: discworld Flora & Fauna]]

Latest revision as of 06:17, 6 September 2017

The Slack Snapper is a variety of cabbage grown in and around Much-Come-Lately and Monks Deveril. It was devised by Antipater Slack to be the world's first self-defending cabbage, capable of slaying and consuming its would-be predators. It did this so effectively that no insect could escape to pollinate its flowers and it was in danger of dying out. Mr slack set about giving his new variety a helping hand with the aid of the trusty camel-hair paintbrush to collect pollen. Neighbours traced his progress along a line of successfully pollinated plants that went to seed, with tattered boots and clothing about halfway along.