Since the late 1800s, competitive threading has been an important part of the yarndling fraternity. Marks are awarded for artistic kedding, skilful use of the verricule holder and overall 'authenticity of purpose'. The Tasmanian branch of the Yarndling Association in Hobart, Tasmania is a particularly strong contender in the Antipodean regionals, citing "fun, tempered with social responsibility" as their watchword.
During the 2012 London Olympics, Team GB would often remind the public of its commitment to the "spirit of yarndling", principally in its emphasis on fair play, equality for all, and competitive threading.
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Threading is a often a footwork tech done by bboys and bbgirls in the dance of bboying. It creates an illusion as if some part of the body is being continually threaded.

There are many variations to threading. First, threading can be done in toprock, footwork, and freezes. Second, threading can be done with any body part and even clothes, creating the effect of twisting and bending the body into abnormal positions, or to revert back into the starting position.

Threading in footwork is often used as a transition move in order to get into another move. Threading is also common in freezes, often combined with airchairs and handstands.
Lilou, a famous French BBoy, is known for his skills in threading.

Set with threading:
Toprock > 6 step > thread > 3 step > Airchar w/ threading legs
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Called khite in Arabic and fatlah in Egyptian, it's a less common method in the West for removing hair at the root, used primarily on facial hair. Rows of stray hairs are yanked out with twists of cotton thread.

The process involves a cotton thread which is wound around fingers and twisted so as to create a knot. The thread is then scraped across the face when the hairs are caught by the knot and pulled from the follicle/root creating a smooth skin. This form of hair removal produces the same results as Waxing but is less painful. The practitioner holds one end of the cotton thread in his or her teeth and the other in the left hand. The middle is looped through the index and middle fingers of the right hand. The practitioner then uses the loop to trap a series of unwanted hairs and pull them from the skin. There are also devices made that can hold the thread during the procedure.

Everytime hair is removed by the follicle/root, the root which forms again moves up the skin layer and eventually, with regular threading, it reaches the skin surface when the follicle becomes so weak that it can not grow & hold root anymore and so disappears altogether.

This form of hair removal is hygienic, does not require chemicals, batteries or electricity. Inexpensive, fast, neat, considered less painful than plucking for many. Good for eyebrows and facial hair. Like plucking, results can last up to two to four weeks.

Can be painful and cause itching afterwards. Side effects can include folliculitis, a bacterial infection in the hair follicles, skin reddening or puffiness, and changes in skin pigment.
I need my upper lip threading again!
I don't like waxing or shaving I need to find someone who does threading!
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This gets used on messageboards / forums to signify that the previous post (or a post that has been quoted) is either of such high standard / very useful and answers the question of the original post / owns someone that the thread cannot possibly contain any post that's better.
USER 1: Hey guys, who do you reckon is the greatest rock band in the world.

USER 2: Black Sabbath

USER 3: /thread
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On a message board, the inside of a topic revealing all the messages.
This thread sucks!
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1.) A Slang Term For Clothing

2.) A Post On The Internet Primarily A Forum.

3.) A Piece Of String/ Cloth
John: Dude Did You Read My Thread About My Threads Being Composed Of Threads.

Helen: Can You Not Talk Like A Fucking Retard?
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