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Thread: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrel26 View Post
    What kind of snake does your plumber have?

    a toilet snake :P

    I just read your response to my Husband, who said in kind, "That's what I would have probably said"

    Figures
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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    haha great minds think alike!

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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    Something like that...
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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    lol

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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    Here's an updated photo. This photo has only been cropped.
    I used a Sony camcorder to take the photo. It has a great lens on it.
    Very true colors.
    I'm trying to locate my close up lens to get a few facial photos.


    Here's those close ups.
    Last edited by guidofatherof5; 10-05-2010 at 03:19 PM.
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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    Absolutely gorgeous! The more I see of your collection the more I consider getting another garter myself. You are very lucky!

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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    Thanks, Megan.
    I feel very blessed to have the wonderful snakes that I do.
    The most enjoyable part is the fact they are so docile and easy to handle.
    They get very comfortable with my family and seem to want to be taken out.
    Many of my groups will wait at the front of an opened enclosure. They very rarely try to get out. With that being said, I have a few groups that would love for me to walk away. They'd be out in a shot.
    The problem for them is they get hungry and come out to me after being loose for awhile.
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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    Oh wait a sec. I changed our deal.(jk) You can have the snakes we talked about today (actually yesterday) privately. Send no money. Just send that snake. That's all. Just that one snake you got for free and I'll send you the snakes we agreed on. I'll pay the shipping, you pay nothing.

    *wishful thinking*
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    Re: Albino T.s.parietalis on the Ranch

    Quote Originally Posted by ConcinnusMan View Post
    Oh wait a sec. I changed our deal.(jk) You can have the snakes we talked about today (actually yesterday) privately. Send no money. Just send that snake. That's all. Just that one snake you got for free and I'll send you the snakes we agreed on. I'll pay the shipping, you pay nothing.

    *wishful thinking*
    Sorry, he's already told me he wants to stay on the Ranch, after seeing the ladies he'll be servicing next Spring.
    Steve
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    http://www.youtube.com/user/thamnophis14?feature=mhee

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    Shoot. Once again, I can't offer him a sweeter deal than that. You win again.

    You must send me a pair of hets when they arrive. Don't make me beg.

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