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Old 26-06-2012, 12:57 AM
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If you value things in life I would stick to corn snake morphs as they are much safer. Also your parents may let you have a corn snake but no responsible one would let their 21 year old Princess have a bloody Gaboon Viper.
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Old 26-06-2012, 01:00 AM
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If you value things in life I would stick to corn snake morphs as they are much safer. Also your parents may let you have a corn snake but no responsible one would let their 21 year old Princess have a bloody Gaboon Viper.
most 21 year olds don't live with their parents, i wouldn't have thought ?
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If you value things in life I would stick to corn snake morphs as they are much safer. Also your parents may let you have a corn snake but no responsible one would let their 21 year old Princess have a bloody Gaboon Viper.
Why would no responsible parent let their child have a Gaboon viper? Bit of a stupid statement.
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Why would no responsible parent let their child have a Gaboon viper? Bit of a stupid statement.
Yeah no child's bedroom is complete without the mandatory Gaboon Viper. Very forgiving creatures to work with much like hamsters or goldfish in many respects.

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Old 26-06-2012, 01:15 AM
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Course i can ! .. And a big bag of sweets and a can of coke for taking in my ' rescues 'LMAO
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Old 26-06-2012, 01:17 AM
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Yeah no child's bedroom is complete without the mandatory Gaboon Viper. Very forgiving creatures to work with much like hamsters or goldfish in many respects.

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Old 26-06-2012, 01:21 AM
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seriously, you should do at least some research in silence before posting a thread with incorrect spelling of what you're "looking for" ... the search tab always works for me.

I don't mean to be an arse, but I doubt you'd be ready to take on a gab from corns..slightly different....
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Old 26-06-2012, 01:22 AM
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Yeah no child's bedroom is complete without the mandatory Gaboon Viper. Very forgiving creatures to work with much like hamsters or goldfish in many respects.

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Well 'child' doesn't mean a 10 year old. If someone's parent let's them at 20 years old have a Gaboon or any other venomous snake, it doesn't mean they are irresponsible.

How about we don't let our children eat with knives incase they slip off their chair and cut their throat...

If the person is capable of handling them, then it's not an irresponsible decision - its an informed decision.

I guess anyone who lets their children have a moped/motorbike is also an irresponsible parent too...
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Old 26-06-2012, 01:28 AM
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Well 'child' doesn't mean a 10 year old. If someone's parent let's them at 20 years old have a Gaboon or any other venomous snake, it doesn't mean they are irresponsible.

How about we don't let our children eat with knives incase they slip off their chair and cut their throat...

If the person is capable of handling them, then it's not an irresponsible decision - its an informed decision.

I guess anyone who lets their children have a moped/motorbike is also an irresponsible parent too...
I think whoever gave you access to a computer is irresponsible...
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