Slim shady: Walmart slime with glue on it
Slick shady is a name given to a kind of slim shady, a thinish dark brown slime found in the woods and deserts of northern New Mexico.
The color can be used as a marker for hunters to look for animals.
The name has become a meme, but a new study has found that some hunters use slime to mark animals that have already been killed.
According to the study, about 30% of hunters use slicked shady as a warning.
The slicked shade is used by hunters to distinguish between animals that are dead and those that have been shot.
The study was conducted by researchers from the University of New Mexico, the University at Buffalo and the University in Georgia.
The researchers say that the use of slicked murky can be an effective way to help distinguish the kill from a dead animal.
The findings have been published in the journal PLoS ONE.