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July 29, 2018


Woman wakes up with 3ft python in her bed

(Thanks to John Lobert and DaninDallas)


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But they paln on eloping to Perth...

Of course it didn't happen in Australia. Pythons aren't venomous.

That's still a baby. Give it some affection.

If this had happened to me they would have found him in the still smoldering ashes of my flat.

Years ago a friend and I were surveying some rock outcrops in Arizona. We decided to spend the night in our sleeping bags as the weather was glorious. When the sun came peeking up I stated to get up when my companion whispered for me not to move. Then I saw a large rattlesnake laying stretched out alongside his sleeping bag. In a few minutes, when the sun came out, the rattler just calmly crawled away with no problem. He said the snake had been there at least an hour.
I never asked him, but I believe my companion had to buy a new sleeping bag.

He was campaigning for office, door to door?

That's a good story, Le Pet.

All in all, I would say that waking up with a python next to you in bed is better than not waking up at all.

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