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

    suddenly my grandparents decided maybe they don't want me to invite them over for dinner more often...
    o { I do admire your courage. I think I'll eat your heart. } o

    0.1 Normal Ball Python - Kira

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyrivers View Post
    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.
    Exactly. All animals play their part. They are more scared of us and just want to be left alone. I think people tend to forget that we are on their turf and they should be respected as such. It's crazy. Here in Utah wealthy people like to build these crazy houses up in the woods and end up having issues with cougars or bobcats and pets being left outdoors. Then they kill the cat. What did you expect when you've got a meal chained up in the yard? Happens all the time. I guess they just want to live in the wilderness but without all that pesky wilderness.
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    Re: You know you're a snake keeper when...

    You refresh 'What's New' on the BP.net website every ten minutes.
    *.* TNTC

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Helonwheelz383 View Post
    Exactly. All animals play their part. They are more scared of us and just want to be left alone. I think people tend to forget that we are on their turf and they should be respected as such. It's crazy. Here in Utah wealthy people like to build these crazy houses up in the woods and end up having issues with cougars or bobcats and pets being left outdoors. Then they kill the cat. What did you expect when you've got a meal chained up in the yard? Happens all the time. I guess they just want to live in the wilderness but without all that pesky wilderness.
    Or people in Florida grumping about alligators. They were there first.

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

    When you tell your husband we need another pup, and you're not talking about a dog.

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

    When your 4-year-old has a bunch of stuffed animal snakes and tells his daycare friends and teachers that they are Dumeril's boas, titanoboas, corn snakes, and rat snakes.

    When you find yourself asking Google whether snakes fart (and the search results direct you to this forum).

    When spraying and killing a snake mite fills you with a perverse sense of glee.

    When you can't tell your family the only thing that's actually on your Christmas list (coughPVCenclosurescough) because they wouldn't understand
    BALL PYTHONS: 1.0 Pied/Clark, 1.0 Pastel Vanilla Super Stripe/Sunny, 0.1 Dragon Fly/Buffy, 0.1 Pastel Vanilla Yellow Belly/Cher, 0.1 BEL (Mojave Lesser)/Arya, 0.0.1 Normal/Norm, 0.1 Cinnamon Enchi/Peaches, 1.0 Cinnamon Calico/Yoshi, 0.1 Pewter Het Dreamsicle/Ariel
    BOAS: 0.1 Dumeril's/Memphis, 0.1 BCL/Artemis, 1.0 BCO/Grimm, 0.1 Suriname BCC/Rhubarb
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    When your son's third grade teacher had him inside a circle in class and he was explaining to all his classmates where his Ball Python was from, the name of the morph and how to care for your pet snake.

    When the in-laws don't come to visit anymore!!
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    You know you're a snake keeper when... u think sausage butts are cute.
    ^ Look! My new avatar!!

    Wicked ones now on IG & FB!6292

    Seaside Serpents & Exotics (SSEx) clutch one, two and three.

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

    If you send an unsolicited pic of your 12" pythin, it's not considered all that offensive.

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Helonwheelz383 View Post
    Exactly. All animals play their part. They are more scared of us and just want to be left alone. I think people tend to forget that we are on their turf and they should be respected as such. It's crazy. Here in Utah wealthy people like to build these crazy houses up in the woods and end up having issues with cougars or bobcats and pets being left outdoors. Then they kill the cat. What did you expect when you've got a meal chained up in the yard? Happens all the time. I guess they just want to live in the wilderness but without all that pesky wilderness.
    I hate morons like that. Here we get city people that buy a house out in the mountains, and then are surprised by the bears, coyote, mice, snakes and other beasts in their backyard.
    go back to the city!!!

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