|Bort - 2012-07-06 |
I had a friend with a few snakes -- small snakes, but constrictors all the same -- and while they were pretty well domesticated, they would sometimes try to eat him. Granted, they weren't big enough to do more than wrap themselves around his forearm and squeeze with far less force than a blood pressure cuff, but all the same they did try to eat him, because snakes simply don't have that much going on upstairs.
What I'm saying is, poor kitty's going to be snake food someday.
As someone who actually owns snakes, I know that a ball python (the snake in the video) can't even eat a full grown rat. Mine have to eat juveniles or they just all but refuse it. As far as size goes, that's also as big as it's going to get.
Also, a snake that hugs your arm is not trying to eat you...it's just trying not to fall off your arm.
|The Townleybomb - 2012-07-06 |
Wow, the creepy background music and muttering old lady are NOT giving me confidence that nothing horrible is about to happen.
|spikestoyiu - 2012-07-06 |
I feel like snake people and horse people are equally terrible, just in vastly different ways.
|Hooker - 2012-07-06 |
My only experience with a "snakes are great pets and people need to be educated about them" person is when I was young. I admit I've always had I guess what you'd call a casual fear of snakes, but the guy insisted I handle it, so I did. Then my hands smelled awful.
Fuck snakes a pets.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-07-07 |
I hate snake people. People that own them that is; not our secret Reptilian overlords. They're always trying to find ways to con you into coming over to their place so they can get you to help them clean their fucking cages.
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