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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    What do you mean, "wonder?"

    How do you tell if they are still safe/fresh for your snakes?
    You got me there, shame on me for not taste testing the rats before giving them to Atom!
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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    You buy generic brands at the supermarket so you have more money to spend on rodent food.
    *.* TNTC

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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    Instead of tinsel hanging from your Christmas tree you use snake skin sheds

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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    When you have long discussions about big balls and nice racks and there is actually no sexual innuendo.

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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    Quote Originally Posted by rlditmars View Post
    when you have long discussions about big balls and nice racks and there is actually no sexual innuendo.
    lol!
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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    Quote Originally Posted by bagnew View Post
    Instead of tinsel hanging from your Christmas tree you use snake skin sheds
    Damn, You beat me to it. LOL.

    When you go out in public and people ask to hold your Snake instead of saying HI.

    when you talk about rubber, moons, and rainbows and it has none thing to do with the weather or even being outside.

    When you plan your house temps to keep your snakes happy and your guests talk about how warm your place is and ask you how you keep it not dried out during the winter while using heat.


    when people talk more about your snakes than your dogs.

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    You see a wild snake outdoors, your friend screams and grabs a knife, you smile and grab a camera and get real close for a great photo!

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    When you play "road-guard" and stop traffic for a rattlesnake in the road while she crosses safely to the other side.

    And when you keep a hook in your car for just that rare & wonderful occasion.

    And yes, when you keep your house-hold thermostat set for the comfort of your snakes year-round...a little warmer in summer
    than anyone else you know.
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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    Quote Originally Posted by Godzilla78 View Post
    You see a wild snake outdoors, your friend screams and grabs a knife, you smile and grab a camera and get real close for a great photo!
    That drives me nuts. I was camping one time and we came across a WDB Rattler. Some dude that was with one of my friends grabbed a shovel and was gonna go handle it. He was surprised when I told him he'd have to go through me. I mean really guy? It's over 100 yards from camp and not bothering anybody. Just leave it be. Some peoples kids I swear.
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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    Quote Originally Posted by Helonwheelz383 View Post
    That drives me nuts. I was camping one time and we came across a WDB Rattler. Some dude that was with one of my friends grabbed a shovel and was gonna go handle it. He was surprised when I told him he'd have to go through me. I mean really guy? It's over 100 yards from camp and not bothering anybody. Just leave it be. Some peoples kids I swear.
    I was camping in Costa Rica and my husky spotted a Fer-de-lance. Not a big fan of hots but we respected it and went our own way and the snake his own way. They are important. Just don't be stupid and play with something you don't understand and avoid them if need be.

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