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What Is This Worm With Half Circle/ Moon Head With Brown Lateral Stripe

What is this worm with half circle/ moon head with brown lateral stripe?

PLEASE HELP!!! Okay so I was walking outside in sweat pants and when I came back in I found this worm ON MY PANTS AND INSIDE MY PANTS!!! IT WAS ON ME!!! I am terrified of worms! Okay so this monster had this kinda flat half circle head. It had a dark stripe down its back. It was kinda greyish brown, and when it moved it secreted a shiny slimy goo (please note that these may not be reliable because I WAS FREAKING OUT). Finally, it was maybe 15 cm and kinda skinnyish
I would like to know some things about this guy:
Could he have infected me with a diseasE? Could he have planted egg babies in my legs/foot? Could he have laid eggs in my sheets/ bed (which I was sitting on when I found it)? Could it have infected and laid eggs in my dog? Is this worm parasitic or mean? Can it eat me or my dog? Do I need to exterminate stuff? WILL I BE OKAY???
Please help I am really scared.
(Please not I can not send pictures or verify what it looks like. I threw my pants outside and I'm not going to get them.

What is the best logo ever created? 'Best' being defined as a logo that is memorable and has a voice of its own.

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What are the best ways to put gravel down over grass (without removing the grass) so that grass/weeds never grow back? I.e. What's the best/cheapest way to do it without removing the grass?

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