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(MyFox Twin Cities)   Mechanics are happy to remove a python from your dashboard. Cash, credit or BBQ ribs are all acceptable payment   ( divider line
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2285 clicks; posted to Main » on 19 Aug 2011 at 1:04 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2011-08-19 12:47:53 PM

But can you remove the eels from my hovercraft??
2011-08-19 01:11:34 PM  
When I got a pet chinchilla, I was fourteen and not very smart. Before we got home, he was lookig at me adoringly through the bars of his little travel cage. I decided he really wanted me to pet him, so I opened the lid just a little. He squealed loudly, which I'm pretty sure translated as "LATER, SUCKER!" and shot out of the cage and under the seat. Had to lift up the seats once we got the car in the garage.

I loved that little guy, but he was a total dick.
2011-08-19 01:28:37 PM  
i wholeheartedly endorse ribs and beans your wife makes
2011-08-19 01:30:14 PM  
Wasn't there an epic "python in the dashboard" thread a few years ago?
2011-08-19 01:35:06 PM  
For some reason this makes me think of a new service from 'Jones big ass truck rental and storage'.
like 'Jones quick-ass python removal and vending machine service'.
2011-08-19 01:36:09 PM  

missmez: Wasn't there an epic "python in the dashboard" thread a few years ago?

Yep. I think it involved a boa in a loaned Subaru station wagon.

/Searched for it; no luck
2011-08-19 02:56:39 PM  
Is is a reticulated python?

If so, just how reticulated is it?
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