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Old 06-13-2013, 11:46 PM   #241
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Thats a lot of tanks. Haha awesome.
The frogs I`m looking at are the soild blue with black spots or the ones with yellow legs with blue and black spots
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Thats a lot of tanks. Haha awesome.
The frogs I`m looking at are the soild blue with black spots or the ones with yellow legs with blue and black spots
I love the solid blue ones with black spots. They look really cool.
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I'm jealous. I have wanted snakes since I was a little girl. There was a lady with snakes who worked at a convenience store near where my mom worked and we stopped in there a lot. Sometimes she would bring them in with her, and she always let me pet the big one and hold the little ones, and I just fell in love with them. But my mom hates snakes, so no snakes as a kid. Then the first apartment I moved into did not allow any snakes. And now my boyfriend is terrified of snakes so I can't have one. He says if I get another apartment across town for the snake I can have one, lol.
Same here, I LOVE snakes. But my mom is scared to death of them. I took care of an Everglades rat snake my JR year of high school. I hated to give it up at the end of the year.
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I'm jealous. I have wanted snakes since I was a little girl. There was a lady with snakes who worked at a convenience store near where my mom worked and we stopped in there a lot. Sometimes she would bring them in with her, and she always let me pet the big one and hold the little ones, and I just fell in love with them. But my mom hates snakes, so no snakes as a kid. Then the first apartment I moved into did not allow any snakes. And now my boyfriend is terrified of snakes so I can't have one. He says if I get another apartment across town for the snake I can have one, lol.
Maybe you should rent an apartment across town for just the snakes. Jk. It's a GREAT idea. Lol, not. I have been terrified of poisonous snakes but never get scared of the big non poisonous ones.
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There called D. Azures and there color are awesome. I like the more blue ones 2.
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I will post pics of my room and all my critters too. Snakes seriously are the greatest pet. Everyone has their own tank.
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Maybe you should rent an apartment across town for just the snakes. Jk. It's a GREAT idea. Lol, not. I have been terrified of poisonous snakes but never get scared of the big non poisonous ones.
When I have my doctorate and a psychological practice of my own I an always have one in my office. Good for immersion therapy for snake phobias! Might even be a tax write off! I will likely have a big peaceful fish tank in the part where I see patients. If I end up with my own practice, which is what I'm hoping for.

And trust me, I too am terrified of venomous snakes, but pythons and the like just fascinate me. My bf was bitten by a water moccasin as a toddler, and even though he doesn't remember the incident he developed a phobia. Last time he was up close to a snake he passed out. A teacher brought it in to show his science class in high school with no warning, and he was the first desk by the door. He hyperventilated and passed out.
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Wow, how big are your snakes
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Wow, how big are your snakes
The ball pythons are no bigger than 3.5' my one gtp is about 4' and the other is just a yearling so maybe 2'? None top out over 6'.
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When I have my doctorate and a psychological practice of my own I an always have one in my office. Good for immersion therapy for snake phobias! Might even be a tax write off! I will likely have a big peaceful fish tank in the part where I see patients. If I end up with my own practice, which is what I'm hoping for.

And trust me, I too am terrified of venomous snakes, but pythons and the like just fascinate me. My bf was bitten by a water moccasin as a toddler, and even though he doesn't remember the incident he developed a phobia. Last time he was up close to a snake he passed out. A teacher brought it in to show his science class in high school with no warning, and he was the first desk by the door. He hyperventilated and passed out.
Lol. It seems like all doctor offices have either a fish tank or some kind of pet in there. What kind of snake was it when he passed out?
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