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Snaaaaaaaake! by kazzzz on 13 August 2007 2:34am
 
Yesterday Kathryn and I went to a local petshop, and saw our friends who were buying their son a python for his 12th bday, it will eventually grow to be 12 feet long. Kat had a hold of it, I hid behind the turtle enclosure haha! One of ' em bit thy sales guy on the arm 3 times, they're not venemous but he said it really hurt.
12 foot python for a 12th bday, based on this theory someone MAY buy me a 42 foot python next month for my bday. I'd prefer chocolates to be honest.
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by geordiegirl on 13 August 2007 3:49am
 
You do see life, Kazzz! When I think Pets here it's more like gerbils, hamsters,small furry things. Pythons! Pardon the ignorance, but how do you keep a python?
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by tucsonmike on 13 August 2007 5:34am
 
Badger badger badger, snaaaaaake!!!

I am still getting over Jena's daughter Veronica bringing a snake into Jimmys last Wed.
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by ev on 13 August 2007 1:06pm
 
"how do you keep a python?" - well, you have to keep feeding it mice, and such..
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by tucsonmike on 13 August 2007 3:26pm
 
Nice python, here is a mouse for you.
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by geordiegirl on 13 August 2007 5:28pm
 
What do you house it in? How do you get hold of the mice??
This is a long way from goldfish in a tank in the living-room....
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by Spursfan on 13 August 2007 5:56pm
 
Poor mice!!Although having a snake does give you an excuse to bunk off work apparently.

Read this (especially number 5):

15 Excuses for Calling in Sick

When asked to share the most unusual excuses workers gave for missing work, recruiting managers shared some of their favourite examples:


"I'm too drunk to drive to work."


"I accidentally flushed my keys down the toilet."


"I had to help deliver a baby on my way to work." (Employee was not in the medical profession.)


"I accidentally drove through the automatic garage door before it opened."


"My boyfriend's snake escaped from its cage and I'm afraid to leave the bedroom until he gets home."


"I'm too fat to get into my work outfit."


"God didn't wake me." (Employee didn't believe in alarm clocks and thought a higher power would wake her when she was ready.)


"I cut my fingernails too short, they're bleeding and I have to go to the doctor."


"The ghosts in my house kept me up all night."


"I forgot I was getting married today."


"My cow bit me."


"My son accidentally fell asleep next to wet cement in our garden. His foot fell in and we can't get it out."


"I was walking down the street watching road works being done, fell in the hole and hurt myself."


"I was walking my dog and slipped on a toad in my driveway and hurt my back."


"My house lock jammed, and I'm locked in."


You never need work again!!!!

;-)

Anne

 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by tucsonmike on 13 August 2007 9:30pm
 
LOL! I am calling in dead.
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by Ellerd on 14 August 2007 2:28pm
 
Are you sure the 2nd last one isn't meant to read:

"I was walking my dog and slipped on a turd in my driveway and hurt my back."

?
 
Re: Snaaaaaaaake! by Spursfan on 14 August 2007 2:54pm
 
No!!
 
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