Twine was first discovered in
The price of twine is always dependent on the strength of the Japanese Yen, no matter what country it is sold, manufactured, or grown in"
In 1993, Danish scientists found that a single yard of twine used to bind a stack of newspapers for recycling had as many CFCs as 14,000 Styrofoam cups. This led civic leaders to push licorice as an alternative method to binding your newspapers. Licorice contains no CFC’s.
Other uses for twine include:
-Tying around a memory so that it doesn’t run away
-A binding agent for any and all types of vegetable hamburger substitutes
[submitted by Jason Lee Norman, thanks Jason]