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I bought my first snake today, a corn snake! Does anyone else have one? What do you think to them? Does anyone have any advice to look after them? Thank you! Read More
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7y, 4d agoPosted 7 years, 4 days ago
I bought my first snake today, a corn snake!

Does anyone else have one? What do you think to them?

Does anyone have any advice to look after them?

Thank you!
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7y, 4d agoPosted 7 years, 4 days ago
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My friend has a Corn Snake called Carlos. Did you get feed for it? First time he shed his skin my friend was very excited.
#4
My advice to keep your snake safe is don't take it on a plane if Samual L Jackson is on the same flight...
#5
magicjay1986
My friend has a Corn Snake called Carlos. Did you get feed for it? First time he shed his skin my friend was very excited.
Yeah it's eating the second size up mice. :) I put the food in earlier (it takes one a week) but it hasnt eaten it yet, I'm looking forward to when it sheds too!
#6
when it gets bigger just let it roam around your roads, no doubt soon enough it will find a small child to eat up. :p
#7
tom can u pick it up and stuff? get a pic of it wrapped round you.........i think it would be well cool to have a snake as a pet, how much do they cost?? can they bite??
#8
My sister had one! Used to scare me to death when it wrapped itself around my wrist :oops: And she kept the mice in the freezer - yak! :(
#9
acecatcher3
tom can u pick it up and stuff? get a pic of it wrapped round you.........i think it would be well cool to have a snake as a pet, how much do they cost?? can they bite??

Told you on msn :)
sadiebabes
My sister had one! Used to scare me to death when it wrapped itself around my wrist :oops: And she kept the mice in the freezer - yak! :(

It kinda scared me earlier when it tried to wriggle fast but i think i provoked it!

Mum doesnt like the thought of the mice in the freezer, but tough! :p
#10
t0mm

It kinda scared me earlier when it tried to wriggle fast but i think i provoked it!

Mum doesnt like the thought of the mice in the freezer, but tough! :p


You evil child! :p

Do you know how old it is? :)
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sadiebabes
t0mm

It kinda scared me earlier when it tried to wriggle fast but i think i provoked it!

Mum doesnt like the thought of the mice in the freezer, but tough! :p


You evil child! :p

Do you know how old it is? :)
Thats me! :)

Yeah, its around 8mths old I think.

They had younger ones but he recommended an older one for a 'new snake owner'
#12
t0mm

Thats me! :)

Yeah, its around 8mths old I think.

They had younger ones but he recommended an older one for a 'new snake owner'


And I always thought you were alllll man...

:p
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#14
So you bought your snake first and then asked for advice!

Pitty the poor snake.

Do you intend having children later on in life?
#15
Jumpingphil
So you bought your snake first and then asked for advice!

Pitty the poor snake.

Do you intend having children later on in life?

Oh I know enough, thank you very much, just if anyone does anything different to the 60-odd care sheets i have read,

thank you for your **** poor input though? :)
#16
SADIE..B.A.B.E..SSSSSSS!!!!
How are you my dear? So lovely to see you.

Re dead stuff ... I suppose you cannot say it's a biology project tOmm?

I seem to remember quite a few members on here saying that they had reptiles a goodly while back . I might try search!!
*insert inadequate smilie*
#17
t0mm
Jumpingphil
So you bought your snake first and then asked for advice!Pitty the poor snake.Do you intend having children later on in life?
Oh I know enough, thank you very much, just if anyone does anything different to the 60-odd care sheets i have read,thank you for your **** poor input though? :)
So how are we supposed to know that you have read 60 odd care sheets? ( And what the Hell they even contain. )
Does that not mean that the average person giving you advice on here will be wasting their time as you will know it all already?

Please let me know what new stuff you learn from this posting. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/RollEyes.gif
#18
i think were all learning that youve had a bad day phil you dont normally jump down peoples throats like this?

hes just bought a snake and is excited and there might be some people who own snakes already and have some first hand knowledge/tips for him...im glad he posted this thread, i think snakes are fascinating!

its friday dude, have a beer and chillax.
suspended#19
Snakes....why'd it have to be snakes?
banned#20
its cruel keeping a snake in a tiny box imo
#21
Jumpingphil
t0mm
Jumpingphil
So you bought your snake first and then asked for advice!Pitty the poor snake.Do you intend having children later on in life?
Oh I know enough, thank you very much, just if anyone does anything different to the 60-odd care sheets i have read,thank you for your **** poor input though? :)

So how are we supposed to know that you have read 60 odd care sheets? ( And what the Hell they even contain. )
Does that not mean that the average person giving you advice on here will be wasting their time as you will know it all already?

Please let me know what new stuff you learn from this posting. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/RollEyes.gif


agreed....op fail

op sounds like the type of person who would end up on jeremy kyle show having dropped 9 kids and no idea how to raise them

Either you know how to look after a pet BEFORE you get one, or you are bragging someway that you have a snake.. heres some advice, put a mongoose in there with it..

/thread
#22
I am chilled thank you.
I just find it amazing that someone would buy a snake and then ask for advice on a shopping forum AFTER they have read 60 PAGES on the subject.

You know me from old and yes I am usually "happy go lucky" but please tell me what has the OP gained from this post?

Would have been better to say
"I've read 60 pages on how to look after this dude, and here is a picture of him.
What do you all think?
I'm really happy, any tips that I might not be aware of please."

I am really cool, honest.


Also, Hi to Sadiebabes, I would like an easter avy, plus a Stonehenge one for midsummer and a thanksgiving one, and probably 8 or 10 others as I think of them.

Please PM with the avys as soon as you have done them. ( You do realise I'm joking and it would really cost me an ice-cream for every one. )

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