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Old 11-14-2005, 07:10 PM   #21
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Wasabi, you nut. You are so funny!!
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Old 11-14-2005, 07:48 PM   #22
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Did you save it for the grill? I always wanted to try snake.
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:05 PM   #23
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Here where we live the only snakes are little garter snakes..If left alone they can get fairly large, but are shy and stay away from you...One day when my boys were like 6 and 7 I hear them yelling out on our carport..I go see what all the fuss is about and there is this little ol garter snake about 12 inches long..The boys want the snake so I scooped him up in a coffee can and put a lid on him...That night when DH comes home, ol Mr. Nosey has to get into the coffee can to see what I had in there, thinking cookies I use to hide them that way..Well let me tell you, you think women can scream,shiver, shake and have a fit,???Try an unsuspecting 30 something male hunting for cookies Needless to say, the poor little thing (snake) did not become a cherished pet.. But I sure had a good laugh
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:11 PM   #24
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My dad was always big on practical jokes. Many times when he came home we would start asking "what did you bring us?". One day when he came home I asked that and he told me my present was in his jacket pocket. I put my hand in his pocket and brought out a king snake. That was enough to stop me asking that.
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:16 PM   #25
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These are hilarious stories! Well, ok, some are kinda scary! Some horrific... wasabi! Did your puppy escape unharmed?
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Here where we live the only snakes are little garter snakes..If left alone they can get fairly large, but are shy and stay away from you...One day when my boys were like 6 and 7 I hear them yelling out on our carport..I go see what all the fuss is about and there is this little ol garter snake about 12 inches long..The boys want the snake so I scooped him up in a coffee can and put a lid on him...That night when DH comes home, ol Mr. Nosey has to get into the coffee can to see what I had in there, thinking cookies I use to hide them that way..Well let me tell you, you think women can scream,shiver, shake and have a fit,???Try an unsuspecting 30 something male hunting for cookies Needless to say, the poor little thing (snake) did not become a cherished pet.. But I sure had a good laugh
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:38 PM   #27
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I'm glad your back kadesma. I hope everything is going okay with you!
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:55 PM   #28
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I'm glad your back kadesma. I hope everything is going okay with you!
I'm okay, had a touch of what ever it was Carson had and also a busy busy weekend with all the kids and grandkids...Still coughing my fool head off, but anti-biotics are kicking in and I feel much better..It's sweet of you to welcome me back..
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Old 11-14-2005, 09:30 PM   #29
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kas its good to see you!!!!!

Wasabi!!!! Youre killing me!!! You goof! I love ya!!!
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Old 11-15-2005, 07:59 AM   #30
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To be honest with you, I'm one of those terrible people who believes in killing them all and let God sort them out. Well, that makes me sound terrible, especially considering that when I see a snake, I scream "eeek" and run ... never killled one in my life. Living in Florida, though, we had a lot of snake incidents. At one time I had a huge rat and a huge black snake living just beyond my back gate. Food was disappearing from my garden in huge chunks. A local specialist told me I probably had a gopher turtle eating as well. Now, I had to ask, shouldn't the rat (who I'd seen) and the snake (who I'd seen often) be incompatible? They should be, but for some reason were co-habiting. Black snakes are not poisonous, but this one was huge and creepy.

The only time it got truly bad was when I had a young neice in the car, and we were getting out of it. Hubby said, "Claire, keep her in the car and shut the door." He'd gotten out of the car and almost stepped on a pygmy rattler. Not fun. Once we found a nest of some kind of poisonous snakes inside our pool area. There's a reason people are afraid of snakes.
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