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2021-09-19 3:20:10 AM  
I mean, I wouldn't even be mad -- snakes gotta get their freaks on too. If it were me I'd let them have their happy time and then brush them out the house -- no big deal.

But I refuse to clean up the snake mess afterparty -- crazy kids getting all up in my pantry & f*cking & sh*t.  :/
 
2021-09-19 3:27:41 AM  
I'm kinda of a live and let live person but uh
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2021-09-19 3:31:01 AM  
Wasn't that the least successful ZZ Top single?
 
2021-09-19 3:35:00 AM  
Hey guise, we're here for the orgy!

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2021-09-19 3:39:48 AM  
"Tree Snake Orgy" is the name of my Australian B-52s tribute band.
 
2021-09-19 3:40:12 AM  
You had me at orgy.
 
2021-09-19 3:41:46 AM  
Just pretend I had the motivation to shoop a snake head onto this guy.

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2021-09-19 3:43:25 AM  
Subby: Tree snake orgy

ZZ Top - Tube Snake Boogie
Youtube CAxccK-KgBI
 
2021-09-19 3:47:43 AM  
Orgy is the name of my Orgy tribute band.

/Orgy
 
2021-09-19 4:06:32 AM  
For you, the tree snake orgy in the window of your house was the worst day of your life. But for Australia, it was Tuesday.
 
2021-09-19 4:25:45 AM  

erik-k: Hey guise, we're here for the orgy!

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Let me be upfront that I have a fear of snakes, so please take this in the kindest way possible.

But for sharing that, I want you to throw yourself onto a cactus fire.
 
2021-09-19 4:28:21 AM  

Sporkabob: For you, the tree snake orgy in the window of your house was the worst day of your life. But for Australia, it was Tuesday.


It's a story from North Queensland, which is in the tropics. It's different to the south-eastern corner of Australia where most Aussies live, and when you factor in Perth in the west with its Mediterranean climate (same as Adelaide, where I live, but thousands of k's away) this sort of thing doesn't affect probably 90 per cent of Aussies. Crocs and box jellyfish are a much bigger problem up in the tropics but again they're not around here. Sharks are really the only wild animals which kill people with any regularity.

I live in outer suburbs between the hills and the beach and frequently walk in open scrub land. I've seen about three snakes in the last 20 years, it's much more common to see kangaroos or koalas. The last snake I saw was about a year ago, in the parklands adjacent to the central business district. Poor bugger was pretty freaked out trying to cross a busy road. I kept my distance but it was more worried about me (and the passing buses) than I was of it.

Australia is home to many of the snake varieties which are in the top ten deadliest in the world when it comes to the potency of their venom, but hardly anyone ever dies from snakebite. We can go years with no human deaths by snakebite (dogs and cats are not so lucky). Sri Lanka, which has a comparable population to Australia albeit in a much smaller space, seems to have more snakebite deaths each year (around 400) than we've probably had in total since European settlement here over 200 years ago.

The "everything is trying to kill you" memes about Australia are just what we tell the tourists. Yeah the nasties are nasty when they're analysed in the lab, but they tend to keep their distance for the most part. You've got to be really unlucky to get killed by a snake or spider here.
 
2021-09-19 4:28:52 AM  

Quick and Dirty: I mean, I wouldn't even be mad -- snakes gotta get their freaks on too. If it were me I'd let them have their happy time and then brush them out the house -- no big deal.

But I refuse to clean up the snake mess afterparty -- crazy kids getting all up in my pantry & f*cking & sh*t.  :/

 
2021-09-19 4:35:28 AM  

Aussie_As: Sporkabob: For you, the tree snake orgy in the window of your house was the worst day of your life. But for Australia, it was Tuesday.

It's a story from North Queensland, which is in the tropics. It's different to the south-eastern corner of Australia where most Aussies live, and when you factor in Perth in the west with its Mediterranean climate (same as Adelaide, where I live, but thousands of k's away) this sort of thing doesn't affect probably 90 per cent of Aussies. Crocs and box jellyfish are a much bigger problem up in the tropics but again they're not around here. Sharks are really the only wild animals which kill people with any regularity.

I live in outer suburbs between the hills and the beach and frequently walk in open scrub land. I've seen about three snakes in the last 20 years, it's much more common to see kangaroos or koalas. The last snake I saw was about a year ago, in the parklands adjacent to the central business district. Poor bugger was pretty freaked out trying to cross a busy road. I kept my distance but it was more worried about me (and the passing buses) than I was of it.

Australia is home to many of the snake varieties which are in the top ten deadliest in the world when it comes to the potency of their venom, but hardly anyone ever dies from snakebite. We can go years with no human deaths by snakebite (dogs and cats are not so lucky). Sri Lanka, which has a comparable population to Australia albeit in a much smaller space, seems to have more snakebite deaths each year (around 400) than we've probably had in total since European settlement here over 200 years ago.

The "everything is trying to kill you" memes about Australia are just what we tell the tourists. Yeah the nasties are nasty when they're analysed in the lab, but they tend to keep their distance for the most part. You've got to be really unlucky to get killed by a snake or spider here.


You call that a wall of text?  Now this was a wall of text.

I'd love to visit Australia sometime, but I'm still waiting for Amazon to delivery me my reverse gravity boots.

Haven't met any Aussies, but I do know a few Kiwi ex-pats.
 
2021-09-19 4:40:49 AM  

Sporkabob: Haven't met any Aussies, but I do know a few Kiwi ex-pats.


It's basically an act of treason for me to say this but Kiwis are nicer than Aussies. Never met a Kiwi who wasn't thoroughly charming.
 
2021-09-19 5:06:59 AM  
Q: What prompts a snake orgy in your laundry?
A: Tide. Cause they're tiedup.
 
2021-09-19 5:16:43 AM  

Aussie_As: Sporkabob: Haven't met any Aussies, but I do know a few Kiwi ex-pats.

It's basically an act of treason for me to say this but Kiwis are nicer than Aussies. Never met a Kiwi who wasn't thoroughly charming.


You farking tractor.  We all agreed not to admit this to the world and now you've gone and told everyone.
 
2021-09-19 5:17:41 AM  
The snakes in this article aren't venomous! I'd much rather encounter these in my laundry then being pounced on a cougar on a bush walk :P
/ Aussie
 
2021-09-19 5:18:07 AM  

Dave2042: Aussie_As: Sporkabob: Haven't met any Aussies, but I do know a few Kiwi ex-pats.

It's basically an act of treason for me to say this but Kiwis are nicer than Aussies. Never met a Kiwi who wasn't thoroughly charming.

You farking tractor.  We all agreed not to admit this to the world and now you've gone and told everyone.


Traitor. But I like tractor as an insult.  Thanks autocorrect!
 
2021-09-19 5:22:36 AM  
The Love Cats - the cure
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2021-09-19 5:28:02 AM  

Thinkybird: The snakes in this article aren't venomous! I'd much rather encounter these in my laundry then than being pounced on a cougar on a bush walk :P

/ Aussie
// FTFM
/// Birds!!!
 
2021-09-19 5:30:29 AM  

Thinkybird: Thinkybird: The snakes in this article aren't venomous! I'd much rather encounter these in my laundry then than being pounced on ***by*** a cougar on a bush walk :P
/ Aussie
// FTFM
/// Birds!!!


Over and out!!!
 
2021-09-19 6:57:07 AM  
Meh. Now if they were green mambas or green pit vipers(which you probably would think are cute and touchable), but green tree snakes looks like meh.
/Green pythons and emerald boas look farking awesome
 
2021-09-19 7:09:08 AM  
I got a snake that lives by the lake
Her cloaca makes me do a double take
When she boogie, she do the tree snake boogie
Well now, boogie, little baby
Boogie-woogie all night long
 
2021-09-19 8:32:44 AM  
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2021-09-19 8:40:45 AM  
Rake
50 gal Trash barrel
Forest
Gasoline
Matches
More gasoline
Armored vehicle
50 cal automatic
A-10
Brrrrrt
F18
Boom
Buy new house on new continent.

Thank you for listening to my Ted Talk.
 
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2021-09-19 9:50:32 AM  
I know a gal who's out of towels
they use her basket when they get down when they orgy
they do the tree snake orgy
Well now, snake orgy, little baby
tree snake orgy all night long
 
2021-09-19 10:06:03 AM  
The hell?

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2021-09-19 10:10:37 AM  
No staring. Either get in the pile or get out.
 
2021-09-19 10:18:59 AM  
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i hate sneks
 
2021-09-19 10:30:55 AM  

Your Hind Brain: Orgy is the name of my Orgy tribute band.

/Orgy


You said "orgy" three times.
 
2021-09-19 12:31:55 PM  
It's cuz of all the sexy snake jazz
Rick and Marty: Snake Jazz
 
2021-09-19 8:42:50 PM  

Optimal_Illusion: Your Hind Brain: Orgy is the name of my Orgy tribute band.

/Orgy

You said "orgy" three times.


I like orgy.
 
2021-09-19 8:46:36 PM  

Thinkybird: The snakes in this article aren't venomous! I'd much rather encounter these in my laundry then being pounced on a cougar on a bush walk :P
/ Aussie


What kind are they?
 
2021-09-19 9:37:19 PM  
Australia, of course
 
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