How do you spot the Waldi?
It’s a problem that’s been plaguing people for years and it’s still not fixed.
The waldo is a water-spewing, tree-like parasite that lives in trees and bushes and eats roots and leaves.
It’s a parasite that can kill you if you don’t immediately wash your hands after touching a tree.
So how do you know when you’re at risk of getting it?
The waldo’s mouthparts are called waldo fangs, and if you’re unlucky, the waldo will sting you and you’ll need to stop and rest.
This isn’t the first time the Walde has been spotted in Australia.
In 2009, the Australian Museum published an exhibit on the disease, and this year, the Waldoes were spotted in Tasmania.
The Waldo’s waldo mouthparts can cause blindness and it can also cause respiratory problems, so if you have contact lenses that are not designed to keep out the walde, use them.
The most common reason for the Woldos infection is that people use their contacts in public spaces such as restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas, and on buses.
People who have been exposed to Waldo fang can be susceptible to other Waldo infections.
For more information about Waldo, see our page on Waldo in Australia: What you need to know about Waldos in Australia article