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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    No, you third that.

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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    Quote Originally Posted by snake man View Post
    No gatorade for the snakes.
    Quote Originally Posted by ConcinnusMan View Post
    Yeah... I think I'll go with that.
    I second that.


    EDIT: I third that.
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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    Quote Originally Posted by infernalis View Post
    Didn't you know that the local radix all have directions to Steve's house??
    The Ranch shows up as a point of interest on Google Maps (and all good satnav systems).

    On Gatorade, I've seen several posts on RFUK suggesting it for rehydration. I'm skeptical given the difference between mammalian and reptile metabolism and excretion. I'd try water first, maybe sugar water, but would be cautious about energy drinks.
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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    So. I don't suppose you'd like to give her a new home? I'm interested. Just sayin'.

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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    Let's talk this Spring or if you get down to the Omaha/Council Bluffs area you could pick her up. I'm sure we can work something out.
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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    Don't forget about me! lol

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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    I will keep you posted about her progress and I will sex her.
    At this point I just assumed it was a female but will confirm it now. Does it matter?
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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    Nope.

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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    Quote Originally Posted by ChareiHeals View Post
    So. I don't suppose you'd like to give her a new home? I'm interested. Just sayin'.

    It is a female. She's your when we can make it work.
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    Re: Re-hydrating the Dehydrated

    Quote Originally Posted by chris-uk View Post
    The Ranch shows up as a point of interest on Google Maps (and all good satnav systems).

    Really? What do I type in? Or was this meant as a joke?
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