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Ewww....snake.

This was on SBN today:

http://www.sportbikes.net/forums/sho...d.php?t=143557

Pretty funny. Poor guy.
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They guy probably set the bike outside while it was getting dark. The snake crawled up there for some free heat

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That sucks. I had a freakin lizard in my bathroom sink yesterday. I ran away screaming like a little girl.

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Hahahahaha...We have snakes here all the time. They eat the mice though, so I have no problem with them.
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snakes are .....alrighty....as long as they outside, smaller than me, non poisonous and not in or on my damn bike

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post #10 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-11-2004, 11:44 AM
 
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Too funny! Hell i would have just left a leather glove on and grabed the little F*****.

Bette yet... he would have just left it there.... natural anti-theft device. As long as you're wearing full, gear, that little shake can't hurt you.
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Thanks, Mike. Now I am imagining all the ways a sneaky little snake could get to me even though I was wearing gear.

After seeing that, and then this huge rattler down the street from me yesterday, I have:
(1)...imagined him devouring the easter bunny
(2)...imagined him into the house through my electrical sockets
(3)...imagined him curled up a tthe foot of my bed
(4)...imagined him camoflauging himself as that sausage in my fridge and attacking me when I go to eat it later.

This sucks!
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Thanks, Mike. Now I am imagining all the ways a sneaky little snake could get to me even though I was wearing gear.

After seeing that, and then this huge rattler down the street from me yesterday, I have:
(1)...imagined him devouring the easter bunny
(2)...imagined him into the house through my electrical sockets
(3)...imagined him curled up a tthe foot of my bed
(4)...imagined him camoflauging himself as that sausage in my fridge and attacking me when I go to eat it later.

This sucks!
1 - very likely

2 - not a big rattler

3 - it wold probably crawl into bed with you...it's warmer there

4 - too cold in the fridge... he'll just hang from a light fixture or ceiling fan.... maybe in a cupboard or under the couch.


Hope that makes you feel better!
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Asshole. Now I'm going to get a crick in my neck from looking up all day.
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Actually rattlers like ground level. They might hide under your sofa, bed and EZ chair type chairs.D Sometimes they wont even rattle before they strike.

BTW snakes dont like Riverdancing. So if you riverdance everytime you go into the house, you'll be fine.

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I hate you all. You are each evil and twisted in your own unique and cruel ways.
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I hate you all. You are each evil and twisted in your own unique and cruel ways.

THank you very much.D


Ill, next time I head down to Aus, wanna come with me? You can handle some of the snakes we get out off her property. Fierce snakes (aka Inland Taipan and very rare by her place), Tigers, red bellied black snakes, eastern browns, copperheads, small eyed snakes and the occasional death adder. Maybe we could go out to the bush and look for the fear snake (King Brown) that puts out the most venom in a bite of any venomous snake in teh world (180mg to 600mg).

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I hate you all. You are each evil and twisted in your own unique and cruel ways.
Oh cmon. I was feeding my mule once and saw about a 7 foot Bull Snake. New Mexico is worth with snakes. Find em in your home, outside. I had to kill one last summer that was eating the fish out of my mom's pond. If you ever came here, don't be suprised to hear a nice little rattle instead of your alarm clock.

Anyway, I actually like snakes. Overall, they are better animals then rodents.
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If you ever came here, don't be suprised to hear a nice little rattle instead of your alarm clock.
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Have you never had an encounter with a Trouser Snake???!!!
You should fear those the most.

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too funny! ! !
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DAMN i woulda dropped the bike! I hate snake with a passion
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Oh cmon. I was feeding my mule once and saw about a 7 foot Bull Snake. New Mexico is worth with snakes. Find em in your home, outside. I had to kill one last summer that was eating the fish out of my mom's pond. If you ever came here, don't be suprised to hear a nice little rattle instead of your alarm clock.

Anyway, I actually like snakes. Overall, they are better animals then rodents.
Yeah, I've seen my share of Western Diamondbacks. I was rock climbing once and came within 8 inches of getting my nose bitten. Oh yeah, I screamed like a little girl and dropped of the ledge I was hanging on.

BTW, Honda4ever, Jack isn't a mule. He's a donkey. A mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey.

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