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I really don't see that ending well.


I believe if that Herp was about to attack the Kitteh, there wouldn't be enough time to flick that  pic.  Constrictors (from what i've seen and owned) sqaut first then strike fast.   This Snakes Probably  domesticated and Well fed.  Animals  sometime choose some strange bedfellows or buddies.  When I rescued a columbian Boa, my dog cried til I let the damn snake out of the cage so he  can carry  it around the house....






Snakes are wild animals, and they act by instinct.  They feel no affection or loyaty;  that is beyond their capacity, to spite what humans think they percieve.  They are unpredictable, especially with a predator. 


It a cute picture, but very irresponsible of the caregiver to do.


     IMO, Snakes(Herps) are wild Animals, however they can absolutly be Domesticated such  as Dogs, Parrots, Pigs ect.The Rememdy  is  quiet simple, as Herp owners we call it Handling the Herp Daily, and not distrurbing the snake during Shedding before hibernation. After Shedding/Hibernation they are  usually  ready to eat, as ive fed mine live prey.  After that they love to lounge, and lovehuman body  heat~I agreet some may mistake this for a affetion, but by  all means they can be VERY docile creatures, children always handled  my  smaller Boa's. 


     Some Herp hobbiest prefer to buy a Captive Bred  Herp~It's highly unlikely they  go about grabbing them OUT OF THE WILD.  lol'z   Most are bred in captivity by  breeders


      Are you aware that most  Snakes/Boas/Constrictures Eat aproximately every4- 5 weeks and hibernate on a monthly basis?  Kinda debunks a well fedcaptive bred hand held Boa about to attack an innoncent defenseless cat. who's not hissing or pawing away at it's attacker~~please show me a cat that does that??


Anyway, I thought the thread was about dating??  How did the Pic pertain to the thread, was it BEWARE WOMENZ, Don't date a slivery snake. If in fact that i the message, think your a little too late, most  woman been there done that..



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I really don't see that ending well.


I believe if that Herp was about to attack the Kitteh, there wouldn't be enough time to flick that  pic.  Constrictors (from what i've seen and owned) sqaut first then strike fast.   This Snakes Probably  domesticated and Well fed.  Animals  sometime choose some strange bedfellows or buddies.  When I rescued a columbian Boa, my dog cried til I let the damn snake out of the cage so he  can carry  it around the house....






Snakes are wild animals, and they act by instinct.  They feel no affection or loyaty;  that is beyond their capacity, to spite what humans think they percieve.  They are unpredictable, especially with a predator. 


It a cute picture, but very irresponsible of the caregiver to do.


     IMO, Snakes(Herps) are wild Animals, however they can absolutly be Domesticated such  as Dogs, Parrots, Pigs ect.The Rememdy  is  quiet simple, as Herp owners we call it Handling the Herp Daily, and not distrurbing the snake during Shedding before hibernation. After Shedding/Hibernation they are  usually  ready to eat, as ive fed mine live prey.  After that they love to lounge, and lovehuman body  heat~I agreet some may mistake this for a affetion, but by  all means they can be VERY docile creatures, children always handled  my  smaller Boa's. 


     Some Herp hobbiest prefer to buy a Captive Bred  Herp~It's highly unlikely they  go about grabbing them OUT OF THE WILD.  lol'z   Most are bred in captivity by  breeders


      Are you aware that most  Snakes/Boas/Constrictures Eat aproximately every4- 5 weeks and hibernate on a monthly basis?  Kinda debunks a well fedcaptive bred hand held Boa about to attack an innoncent defenseless cat. who's not hissing or pawing away at it's attacker~~please show me a cat that does that??


Anyway, I thought the thread was about dating??  How did the Pic pertain to the thread, was it BEWARE WOMENZ, Don't date a slivery snake. If in fact that i the message, think your a little too late, most  woman been there done that..




The reptilian brain is far more primitive than the animals you mentioned.  Their braions are hard wired at birth, and they are what they are.


They are unique creatures that seek to survive, feed, and reproduce.  The feelings you atribute to them such as affection are unknown to them,  you are more of an object to them and a food sorce.  They are not trainable,  if you conform to thier basic instincts they reacted somewhat predictably.  They are still wild, even when domesticly raised;  their genes are unaltered, they have not neen bred extensively enough to change this, or their instinctive bahavior. 


As for dating, we've all had our far share of snakes that bite.------------< I have to give that a thumbs up


I don't attribute any Herp  as an animal that will ask my  hand in marriage, they like body heat, people mistake (captivebred) reps as it a sign of affection.  The picture neither shows a snake kissy poo with a kitteh, but I can debunk 100's over, that it's the beginning of a snake attack and it's the Kitteh's last  day on earth. Snakes use  their Tongues  smell, some snakes use their tongues to mention just how much more they know then you.....ya know? 


Thanks Steve Irwin, really...............lolz



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my next one will be defanged and I will be sporting the boots as proof........:)  nah I'll pass....


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Better for both to steer clear of downgrading their exes.  If you list your grievances over dinner together, your date starts wondering, "She's got a real ax to grind.  Am I next?"  


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at this rate I might bring the ax to dinner with me..and prop it pretty on the table.... kidding of course......and yes I agree you can tell a lot about a guy by how he treats the women in his immediate family... as long as he don't sleep in the attic and take showers with mom then he should be a winner ...Ive seen those cases before..... : shudder: WATCH OUT for the ones that refer to their moms as mommy dearest too...or pumpkin and sweetheart..... been in the medical field a long time the dynamics in this world are waaay out there sometimes...


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Fate,you're absolutely correct about not needing a guy to have fun.I have NEVER needed one.Yellowstone is beautiful,been there twice.Wisconsin Dells is also,I lived ther for awhile.Flying is fantastic.What you don't want to experience however is hitting an air pocket over Pittsburg and dropping 600 ft. been there done that.

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Look for a guy who has more than one talent. 


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Fate,you're absolutely correct about not needing a guy to have fun.I have NEVER needed one.Yellowstone is beautiful,been there twice.Wisconsin Dells is also,I lived ther for awhile.Flying is fantastic.What you don't want to experience however is hitting an air pocket over Pittsburg and dropping 600 ft. been there done that.



Yikes that sounds super scary!! and yes I am leaning toward yellowstone mainly b/c I love nature at it's best and my parents want to go there   55 years old  and  have never had a real vacation so I think it would be nice to take them and my son..I want to surprise them ...as far as needing a guy for fun..... um I would hope not in your case ....  I  also must say MarlyB that was'nt the multiple talent that I had in mind.......a guy that can cook, speak foreign langauge, build stuff.....more then one talent is always a good thing. wins brownie points for me... would doing laundry be considered a talent as well ?


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Actually, Fate30, the "seal" in my animated gif joke is showing just one talent.  But if you saw potential, you must be looking on the bright side of dating! 




On the other hand, you can't beat determination, time and heavy advertising for sheer optimism!


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Actually, Fate30, the "seal" in my animated gif joke is showing just one talent.  But if you saw potential, you must be looking on the bright side of dating! 


 



LMBO..... there is a bright side? let me go buy some designer shades STAT! then........ BLAH.... BAH HUM BUG.....not interested.....I will be the cat woman or dog woman instead..... not down with the neediness or hmmmm ok i'll be nice now...


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On the other hand, this might be a red flag...


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yeah no kidding..... I think I might frame my DV report hang it on the wall and when I get tempted to date I can look at it and say nope not going there.....good reason for a divorce I would say and a NON dating attitude.....back on subject.... to the OP that's why I say enjoy life be happy your happiness lies within your responsibility not the disposal of others....you can want to date and want a guy but you don't NEED a guy... be strong be independent... focus on you!  I am proud to say I work two jobs average 60 hrs per week I have a son  and I go to school with an A average... and it's a awesome feeling to do this :)


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On the other hand, this might be a red flag...



LOVE IT!, some years back I left a house so empty your voice would echo off the walls.  So I got a call a day later or so, and he said "I thought you were leaving..blah...blah....blah" I Mentioned, never say I didn't trust you, you did say " you can have everything." 


O.K., who want's to date me?  ------>   lol'z


Ok, all Jokes aside, If I was serious about dating again(I more often then not turn down a date) I would associate myself with people(MALES) with the same similarities:  (a civilian) that enjoys K9's rehabilitation, Fostering and Rescueing, Volunteering at soup kitchens, Feeding Ducks, Fishing, Nature, NYC Central Park~Manhattan, Culinary Arts, NYG's/NYJ's and Patience while I'm shopping, you would be patient if I was picking out Victoria Secrets so be able to do the same when I looking for Blackened sesame seeds for a garnish


Edited:  Oh yeah, I was always told the Best men are the Ones you Find in CHURCH



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Like they say, "Why get married, find a woman you hate and............" surely somebody knows the rest....

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Like they say, "Why get married, find a woman you hate and............" surely somebody knows the rest....



..."and buy her a house!!" No. I'm not divorced. Just know plenty of guys who feel this way!


 


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Look for a guy who has more than one talent. 



he has two.... 



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 Couples who get divorced get  to caught up in trying to get even with each other.   Then you get angry and bitter to say nothing of poorer because your trying to stick it to the other person.   It leaves you unable to really have a good life with someone else because of the anger and bitterness.     If you don't deal with these issues you can never move on with your life no matter how good the veggies look in the produce isle.



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How can you tell??? lol


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Look for a guy who has more than one talent. 



he has two.... 



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Find someone that just wants to live in sin and join the rest of the world but protect yourself.  No marriage it mucks things up too much...

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Like they say, "Why get married, find a woman you hate and............" surely somebody knows the rest....


LuLu Please...Take the Garbage out, then Get over here and Rub my Back~lol'z



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Marriage is the tomb of love.


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Living together is the tomb of love.


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Like they say, "Why get married, find a woman you hate and............" surely somebody knows the rest....


LuLu Please...Take the Garbage out, then Get over here and Rub my Back~lol'z




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and there is a good tactic re: cruising grocery stores:


if you follow the usual route, most stores have you enter from the right, and you travel thru the store right to left and then checkout. you only see who is with you heading up and down t he same aisles, however, if you enter the store,  immediately cross the front of the store passing all the checkout counters, and  begin shopping left to right, you will pass and see everyone in the store.

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Keep in mind, marriage is a three ring circus


...engagement ring,


 


 


 


...wedding ring,


 


 


 


....suffer-ring!


 


BTW Is it bad to introduce your spouce as "my first ex..."?


 


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Good advice to wait and get your self sorted first. Work out what you want in a partner and go looking for that when you are ready.


 


Celery Stalker in the grocery store!! Nice one. Don't want a Cereal Cheater either so stay away from the bakery isle!!!