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(Newsweek)   Not wanting to be outdone by tourists, Aussie man angers secretive snake in his own home. No that's not a euphemism   (newsweek.com) divider line
    More: Scary, Snake, highly venomous snake, small red belly, juvenile red bellied black, Snake-catcher Drew Godfrey, Viperidae, eastern small eyed snake, venomous species  
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1821 clicks; posted to Main » on 24 Jan 2023 at 10:04 PM (12 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2023-01-24 10:07:30 PM  
And I thought Secret Santa was a big hassle.
 
2023-01-24 10:13:23 PM  
Everybody knows no step on snek.
 
2023-01-24 10:16:51 PM  
Sneaky snake?
 
2023-01-24 10:18:53 PM  
I'm trying to picture a situation where it is a good idea to remove a small snake from a jar inside of a hospital.
 
2023-01-24 10:29:15 PM  
It's Australia, I assume every house comes with a selection of Huntsman spiders and at least one snake that secretly lives in the house per room.
 
2023-01-24 10:39:08 PM  
"Euphemism" is just a polite way of saying "slang term", which itself is a bowdlerization of "bullshiat street talk".
 
2023-01-24 11:01:01 PM  
I think an Aussie snake trifecta is in play! NEXT!
 
2023-01-24 11:35:11 PM  

Bootleg: It's Australia, I assume every house comes with a selection of Huntsman spiders and at least one snake that secretly lives in the house per room.


Ha, I found a Huntsman in my office just this morning.  No secret snake though.

There's definitely some truth to what you say.  The builder that did our house inspection found a huge carpet python skin in our attic when he did the building inspection.  They're transient and they eat the pests.  Win.  Oh, and they're not venomous.

/QLD
 
2023-01-24 11:46:11 PM  

Jeeemz: Bootleg: It's Australia, I assume every house comes with a selection of Huntsman spiders and at least one snake that secretly lives in the house per room.

Ha, I found a Huntsman in my office just this morning.  No secret snake though.

There's definitely some truth to what you say.  The builder that did our house inspection found a huge carpet python skin in our attic when he did the building inspection.  They're transient and they eat the pests.  Win.  Oh, and they're not venomous.

/QLD


It wouldn't be a very good secret snake if you could find it, now would it?
 
2023-01-25 2:07:39 AM  

Jeeemz: Ha, I found a Huntsman in my office just this morning.


fark. that.

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2023-01-25 4:12:01 AM  
Secret Snake is my drag queen stage name.
 
2023-01-25 7:31:28 AM  

RogermcAllen: I'm trying to picture a situation where it is a good idea to remove a small snake from a jar inside of a hospital.


If you're trying to extract the jar from someone's anus, it's best to remove the snake from the equation.
 
2023-01-25 8:38:54 AM  
I thought Secret Snake was the mascot for Australia's version of Crime Stoppers.

    "Envenomate the Villains"

Like McGruff the Crime Dog and his snappy slogan.

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