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ok so if u google the word WORMHOLE all that comes up is referring to some time and space bullcrap but obviously it has to do with WORMS and HOLES and worms live in holes, its very easy really, however i always heard the word being used to mean something like a seperated field od knowledge as in "nah man dont get into harry potter man that shits a wormhole" or "when i first read proust a wormhole cracked open" you know? i cant find any sources who support my definition so im wondering if im going crazy or just googlin lazy
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>>18177213
You have to be over 18 to post on this board. You’ll learn how to schizopost eventually little tike
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>>18177228
im literally being real rn im also just a bit drunk
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>>18177228
im really looking for the answer here and i think im looking for the phrase rabbit hole?
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>>18177228
Cringe



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