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December 07, 2012


Curious snake stuck in beer can


(Thanks to W. von Papineau)


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You called yours a curious snake in college, too?
What are the odds?

Did he really think that he would fit in there?

I'm pretty sure thats a potentially deadly snake. Doesn't seem to faze the Aussies.

Do they have AA for snakes? Seems to have a drinking problem!

It is, in fact, a nasty one. Another of Australia's many elapids. Either a) everyone in Australia already knows which snakes are venomous and which aren't, or b) they just assume that if it doesn't have legs, it's probably deadly.

Congratulations! Tonight a curious snake in a can will be starring in your nightmare!

This was near the top of the list of rules I received when I joined my fraternity: No matter how drunk you get, never put your snake in a beer can.

Is there anything in Australia that isn't deadly? I am beginning to suspect the sheep have fangs and hunt people at night.

Well, they finally did admit that, yes, a dingo dog probably did eat that lady's baby years back. So there's another data point, anyway.

Does this solve the Python Challenge?

"He was extremely stressed, frantic and panicking and was hissing and foaming at the mouth when I freed him," said the late Mr Zabinskas, who was bitten 73 times by said snake after he freed it.

Maroon Australia.

I scared a five-foot long black snake once. He hot-footed (heh!) it over to a tree stump, where he put the first six inches of his body in a hole and just stopped.
Apparently, if he couldn't see me, I couldn't see him.
Thus proving that snakes have the intelligence level of most human toddlers playing peek-a-boo.

I wonder how you say, "Hey, guys, watch this!" in snake?


I believe I saw Curious Snake open for the Butthole Surfers back in the day.

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