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Old 28-11-2013, 03:18 PM
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Wink Rare snakes

Little known species, with few reliable caresheets. Really looking for experienced keepers who know what they are getting into:

Pantherophis guttatus

Adult male normals, I think. Looking for someone with spacious vivs.

Asking a nominal price.

Not expecting a single dot of interest . . .
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Old 29-11-2013, 10:10 AM
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This is really disappointing. I know that all there seems to be in the hobby these days is Liophis, Telescopus and Azemiops, but how about some attention for the more overlooked stuff? Sick of these Typhlops morphs everywhere.

Now, are any true hobbyists up for a challenge?
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Old 30-11-2013, 04:14 AM
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Sounds a bit of a technical snake to keep, I would have offered but only keep corn snakes. :-(
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Old 30-11-2013, 01:36 PM
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Someone had to...

Any pictures?
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Old 30-11-2013, 01:41 PM
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Theres always one xD
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Old 04-12-2013, 10:48 AM
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Any morfs?
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theres always one bellend trying to trick ppl with his corn snakes lol
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Old 06-12-2013, 02:26 PM
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theres always one bellend trying to trick ppl with his corn snakes lol
Uh oh! Columbo here has rumbled me. 'Corn Flakes' (I see what you did there, you witty little word wizard) perhaps bored with trying to master tying shoelaces, has got hold of his mum's laptop and is trying his hand at online sleuthing. Fair cop. A good collar. You've earned yourself a solid half hour's "happy time" with the feather duster - ah, why not use the Hoover? It is almost Christmas.

Either that or this is a super-ironic joke which has shot over my 'scamming' head, or I don't get due to the fact that I am a "Bellend".

To all of those people who know the scientific name for a Corn snake/can use Google (we'll call you "adults", shall we?), yes, I have a few male cornsnakes, of various morphs, but it is the 2 normals I would like to go first. It is this group who may have had some inkling that I was joking (another hint was the reference to the "popular" species).

That is the wordiest 'Bump' ever.
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:03 PM
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you can't joke about anything on this forum, its ridiculous, especially not a joke that requires some brain power such as this
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Uh oh! Columbo here has rumbled me. 'Corn Flakes' (I see what you did there, you witty little word wizard) perhaps bored with trying to master tying shoelaces, has got hold of his mum's laptop and is trying his hand at online sleuthing. Fair cop. A good collar. You've earned yourself a solid half hour's "happy time" with the feather duster - ah, why not use the Hoover? It is almost Christmas.

Either that or this is a super-ironic joke which has shot over my 'scamming' head, or I don't get due to the fact that I am a "Bellend".

To all of those people who know the scientific name for a Corn snake/can use Google (we'll call you "adults", shall we?), yes, I have a few male cornsnakes, of various morphs, but it is the 2 normals I would like to go first. It is this group who may have had some inkling that I was joking (another hint was the reference to the "popular" species).

That is the wordiest 'Bump' ever.
hahaha that has made my day,week and month all in one now give me my happy time
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