You could always start with the scud and transition into the midge. That's what I call my scudge pattern. By the time they have eaten all of the fuzz off the back end, you end up with thread and a little puff of fuzz on the front end.
A young mobster named Artie wanted to make a name for himself in the Mafia. He was informed that he had to perform a “hit“ with his bare hands to pass the test for membership.
He was very excited to get started and a young woman approached him to kill her husband. She told him she really didn’t have that much money to give him for the job. Since he needed to make a hit for his entry into the mob, he agreed to do it for $1.
The lady gave him the house keys and he waited for the husband to come home. When the husband arrived, he immediately strangled him to death. Just then the maid walked in and screamed...he immediately strangled her too. The butler heard the commotion and ran down stairs, Artie strangled him too.
The neighbors called the police and broke the front door down. They arrested Artie on the spot.
The headlines in the next days paper read:
Artie Chokes 3 for a dollar!