Snakes in a Hospital


Spade
#1
You would think that Saskatchewanians would take the snakes' advice and eat an apple or two. After all, an apple a day... Then, the snakes would have the building to themselves!
Snakes causing hissy fits at Sask. hospital - Saskatchewan - CBC News
PS
Love garters.
Hissy fit, anyone?
 
karrie
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#2
lol @ hissy fit.

Garters are cute as hell.
 
Spade
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Quote: Originally Posted by karrie View Post

Garters are cute as hell.

Especially in summer, with a helping prairie wind.

Snakes on a plain - can't beat them!

According to the Ophiologists' Almanac, today is the Pink Full Moon. Saskatchewanians must be going snaky.
 
L Gilbert
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#4
Snakes are cool. I disagree with this part, though; "Garters are harmless". They aren't particularly clean critters and if they bite, it's quite possible to develop some nasty effects.
 
SLM
#5
It's cool.....



...this dude's got it covered.
 
Spade
#6
Ahhhhhhhhhhhh!
 
karrie
+1
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert View Post

Snakes are cool. I disagree with this part, though; "Garters are harmless". They aren't particularly clean critters and if they bite, it's quite possible to develop some nasty effects.

Not to mention that on lino floors, or stairs, I bet stepping on one would be really dangerous.
 
Goober
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#8
I hate snakes- Big Yuck -
 
L Gilbert
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Quote: Originally Posted by karrie View Post

Not to mention that on lino floors, or stairs, I bet stepping on one would be really dangerous.

Good point. Probably be much like walking on the peel of an over-ripe banana .
 
karrie
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Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert View Post

Good point. Probably be much like walking on the peel of an over-ripe banana .

only... rollier.
 
L Gilbert
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by karrie View Post

only... rollier.

Maybe but I doubt it. I think they'd split open and spew innards all over.
 
karrie
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert View Post

Maybe but I doubt it. I think they'd split open and spew innards all over.

I catch myself curious about how to test these hypotheses without being a psychopath.
 
L Gilbert
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by karrie View Post

I catch myself curious about how to test these hypotheses without being a psychopath.

Find a dead one and step on it.
 
Ron in Regina
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#14
Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert View Post

Find a dead one and step on it.

Those ones don't smell so nice....unless you're a Husky, then they
smell wonderful!! So much so that you'd just wouldn't be able to
restrain yourself from rolling in it...repeatedly. Trust me on this.
 
SLM
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

Those ones don't smell so nice....unless you're a Husky, then they
smell wonderful!! So much so that you'd just wouldn't be able to
restrain yourself from rolling in it...repeatedly. Trust me on this.

Dogs often have a weird definition of "OMG, that's wonderful stuff!". Lol.
 
Ron in Regina
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#16
Quote: Originally Posted by SLM View Post

Dogs often have a weird definition of "OMG, that's wonderful stuff!". Lol.


Yes they do! And rarely do they find the truly pungent stuff when you
can walk them home and scrub them down. The last long dead snake
the Husky found irresistible was about 10 miles from home. Ugh....

Where in this:

...do you stuff a Husky that you can't get within 25ft of without gagging, to get him home? Usually
rolling in a dead animal follows a swim in a scummy pond or too slow moving creek also.
 
SLM
+1
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

Yes they do! And rarely do they find the truly pungent stuff when you
can walk them home and scrub them down. The last long dead snake
the Husky found irresistible was about 10 miles from home. Ugh....

Where in this:

...do you stuff a Husky that you can't get within 25ft of without gagging, to get him home? Usually
rolling in a dead animal follows a swim in a scummy pond or too slow moving creek also.

The Mitt Romney Dog Carrier???


KIDDING.
 
Ron in Regina
+2
#18
All windows (& the sunroof) open, with two dog & the driver all having their heads
out different windows.
 
karrie
+1
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert View Post

Find a dead one and step on it.

It would have to be really fresh dead. The tensile strength of skin presumably changes with decomp, no?

Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

Those ones don't smell so nice....unless you're a Husky, then they
smell wonderful!! So much so that you'd just wouldn't be able to
restrain yourself from rolling in it...repeatedly. Trust me on this.

Still better than rotten white fish
 
DurkaDurka
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#20
I am totally snake proof, I douse my self with donkey piss and they ignore me
 
Cliffy
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#21
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petros
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#22
They have really good chinese food in Herbert, but i'll stay away from the spring rolls next time i pass through.

Bustling downtown Herbert,



I'm sure the snakes were a big thrill.
 
Spade
#23
The snow has melted in Hebert?
Loved Hebert's "Sarah Binks."
 
petros
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by Spade View Post

The snow has melted in Hebert?
Loved Hebert's "Sarah Binks."

I have no idea. I haven't been west of the The Jaw on the No,1 since fall.
 
Spade
+1
#25
The Soo Line to the Jaw is my favourite railroad. Straighter than a parson's word.
 
petros
#26
Pretty much dead straight all the way to Estewhere but it's broken. Trains are going to the old grand trunk line south from WPG. They are still rebuilding the bridge across the Souris in ND that was washed out in 2011. So no Soo for you.
 

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