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Old 05-31-2008, 10:05 PM   #1
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My pet snake
THis is my son with his pet snake Pansey. He cleaned out her cage and we let her hang out in the grass and climb trees for a bit
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Corn? She's very pretty. And your son is sure gonna be a heart breaker... very handsome boy.
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Very pretty snake and adorable son!
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Beautiful colors. She'd make a nice Fair Isle pattern.
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Corn? She's very pretty. And your son is sure gonna be a heart breaker... very handsome boy.
Yup, just a corn snake. Thanks. my son doesn't know how cute he is yet.
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Is she a Carolina Corn? I can't quite tell from looking - I have an anerythristic called Ash, he's not as big as your son's yet, but he's as long! Lucky snake you letting her climb trees, Ash moves so fast I wouldn't dare put him down anywhere at the moment!
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your son is a doll!
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That's funny. My first thought was, "That's one cute kid!!!" Then I looked at the snake! ;-) I don't know what to think of the snake yet...
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your son is a doll and he is going to be a lady killer. Of course the snake is something else again. Hate snakes but love kids.


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