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Merry Christmas, but about those snakes...

By Cindy Steinle
Wed, December 15 2010 at 14:57

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Varanid - #1 - 2010-12-15 15:56 - (Reply)

I don't invite people that can't handle the thought of snakes.
Although, my wife is trying to host a chocolate party the saturday before Christmas...I'm a little worried about that. Would it be uncouth to stroll out holding a large python?

Carole - #2 - 2010-12-15 18:03 - (Reply)

Wow, my house described to a tee. We generally dont have to entertain since there is at least one person in my family how is snake-phobic. Cats eat on the table for the same reason. Makes a sit down dinner with the family difficult at best LOL.

alyy - #3 - 2010-12-15 21:07 - (Reply)

Fortunately for us, all of our reptiles are in our bedroom and the quarantine room is in our gaming room...This insures my dad (who is super snake phobic) doesnt have to see the "beasties" when he comes over. My mom doesnt care either way lol.


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