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February 24, 2021


Australian family finds deadly snake swimming in backyard pool

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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"What was the snake doing in the pool?"
"The backstroke"
(rim shot)

Is that a snake in your pool, or are you just happy to see me?

Water is wet.

Sounds like a good way to make sure nobody trespasses to use your pool.

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/revolting/scissor-attack-plea-286071 "Florida Man" could cut that snake down to size.

The pool toys down under come with a warning from the manufacturer.

Get back with me when they find a snake in an Australian swimming pool that is NOT venomous.

It would make sense for the Australian Government to make it law that all homes and businesses must have and care for at least two mongooses at all times.

I can see Dave writing a book addressing the idea of everything able to walk, crawl, fly or breathe within the borders of Australia is amongst the world's most venemous.

Possibly a 'handbook' so every Australian, 25.6 million, will buy one. If you mention China is in danger of being bitten too, add on another 1.398 billion sales. You might mention venemous stuff is tasty.


DON'T MESS with eastern browns.....or taipans....

BULLETIN: Australian toilet/car engine/pool does NOT have a snake.

Now that would be news!

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