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45 pet snakes by ev on 1 October 2009 10:52pm
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/picturesoftheday/6250291/Pictures-of-the-day-1-October-2009.html?image=18
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by kazzzz on 1 October 2009 11:51pm
 
Deffo not popping around THERE for a cuppa!
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by peripatetically on 2 October 2009 12:18am
 
Kaz, when we visited Phyll, Pete Steven, Ross and Gill in Florida, we touched one of those snakes at a show. Ugly buggers.
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by kazzzz on 2 October 2009 12:39am
 
Disgusting. I have several photos of Kathryn with snakes wrapped around various parts of her anatomy. YUK!
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by suzulu on 2 October 2009 11:18am
 
I used to live in a flat above a couple who kept snakes (pythons and boa constrictors). Saw them once, and my friend was brave enough to have one wrapped around her neck. I tickled it under the chin but didn't want it round my neck! Apparently British Gas were called out once as one of the snakes had got behind the gas fire! (Must have been one of the young snakes).
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by peripatetically on 2 October 2009 1:20pm
 
A snake charmer in Morocco chose me from a crowd of spectators to wrap one around my neck too. I didn't like it much. :\
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by kazzzz on 2 October 2009 1:45pm
 
Braver than me Pats, I have such a fear of snakes, my brain turns to mush and I go into a complete panic. I can't look at them let alone touch them.
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by tucsonmike on 2 October 2009 1:47pm
 
Keeps the burglars, peeping toms, and stalkers away.
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by kazzzz on 2 October 2009 1:49pm
 
Oh well I have Ray for that Mike, and you have Yerbie ;)
 
Re: 45 pet snakes by bIG bLOGGER on 2 October 2009 1:50pm
 
tucsonmike said: "keeps the burglars,peeping toms and stalkers away."

..Yeah,and that's very important when you live way out in the middle of nowhere in the Queensland bush.
 
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