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free snake food

Neighbor just had me bag some pinky rats, if you or anybody you know has a snake or meat eating lizard, they are yours if you want them. Hate to see them go wasted. . .
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Nice!!!! Now we all know what you do with your weekends........
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No, this was a weekday!

I'm kinda know as "That Guy" around the block lol

BTW, there gone now. ..
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Got any jumbo rats? My 8ft burmese could use some of those.
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I think I work with a few of those, but not sure if their spouses will let me give them up for food........
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Wait a few years and bring them over and I think we can take care of it!
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Some I know would let you have their significant others if it would be slow and painful. For them not the snake.
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Got any jumbo rats? My 8ft burmese could use some of those.
couple a dead ones, chock full of poison

I wouldn't feed any snake adult rats found around here. First off they're the size of small dogs, and got knows what they have living inside them Dunno how I'd even catch one alive!

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Well, thanks for all the help!! It's cool, I'll just keep buying them from the pet store, they just eat rat food there.
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8ft though, if you have a life animal trap we do have rabbits around here Lotta cats too, always crapping the garden
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Sorry, but the wife wouldn't let me use either. The snake isn't big enough around for that yet either. When she gets big enough, I think I'm gonna have to use chickens. The wife saved Rats for gods sake, I couldn't imagine a cute little bunny. LOL.
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So. . .what do you do with an 8ft long Python?

Man, saving rats lol. They way you said that though, tells me you've brought it up or have at least though about it

I knew someone back in the day that had a large snake. He reasoned bunnies for food for $$ savings. It was like 1 small bunny for $5 or 4 rats for $3 a piece a week. Tell your wife she can buy some shoes with the money you'll save
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I wonder how much a dead rat would splatter with a .40S&W?
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Splatter you say?

Splatter. . .

I dunno, how much would a ripe tomato splatter if you smacked it with a baseball bat?

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I don't have a ripe tomato or a baseball bat, but you've got a 460 block and FanBoy...
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