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Do you have a fear of snakes?

CCRNRT 2012/05/15 05:47:55
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I do have a very healthy respect for them
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  • sglmom 2012/05/15 05:49:59
    Yessssssss
    sglmom
    +3
    IF you live near the Gulf Coast Like I do ..
    you learn a very HEALTHY Respect for the buggers quite quickly indeed ..
    (my sis-in-law was frightened to step outside once my brother and I shared memories of all the poisonous nasties we've come across while stationed in the South USA!)

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  • Kurbdog 2012/06/16 05:15:08 (edited)
    No, not me
    Kurbdog
    +1
    I love snakes and they love me!
  • Me 2012/05/16 03:08:34
    Yessssssss
    Me
    +1
    only the deadly ones
  • ♫♪‼Chloey Arddun‼♫♪ 2012/05/16 01:36:47
    No, not me
    ♫♪‼Chloey Arddun‼♫♪
    +2
    I have a pet rosy Boa named Eddie and he's a little darling :)
    I also have a milk snake named Betty. She's a bit of a bag if you bug her. Sort of like an old female cat lol
  • firebird 2012/05/15 20:04:00 (edited)
    None of the above
    firebird
    +1
    Not really.. being raised right here in the desert region of Texas we encounter snakes of all kinds quite frequently. Especially late spring to late fall... So, I am not really afraid of them but I do give them a wide space or I get out my shotgun or garden hoe and send them off to snake heaven or whatever. I do admit that I watch carefully during the warm to hot seasons. Especially at night time.....................
    PS... I only kill the poisonous and aggressive ones. I leave the others alone. They eat rats, mice, birds and all forms of rodents and small pests.... http://images.sodahead.com Texas Diamondback Rattler Coach Whip

    These are the two that get killed the most here in Texas..... While the Coach Whip isn't poisonous its bite is terrible and it CHASES you and very aggressive.. While the RATTLESNAKE IS DEADLY and its bite is vicious.
  • Suni 2012/05/15 13:48:14
    Yessssssss
    Suni
    +1
    I like some distance in between me and a snake...
  • CCRNRT Suni 2012/05/15 13:51:25
    CCRNRT
    How much distance
  • Suni CCRNRT 2012/05/15 13:52:20
    Suni
    +1
    A lonnnnnnnng distance! Lol
  • CCRNRT Suni 2012/05/15 13:58:13
    CCRNRT
    +1
    ha ha ha
  • *Mississippi Girl* 2012/05/15 13:05:05
    Yessssssss
    *Mississippi Girl*
    +1
    Yes without a doubt I was helping my mom in her garden accouple years back. A gardener snake came out of the zucchini and squash plants I was out of there faster then I had moved in years. I was mowing grass once a frog came out and then I saw a baby gardener snake I ran
  • Pureblood_ 2012/05/15 12:48:03
    Undecided
    Pureblood_
    +1
    I've never met a snake before but I've always wanted one! We're gonna get one soon straight after my dad gets his reptile licence. What would be a good non venomous snake to have as a pet? I'm really excited!
  • cowgirl1 2012/05/15 12:45:57
    Yessssssss
    cowgirl1
    +1
    The good ones are DEAD!
  • kat 2012/05/15 10:07:49
    No, not me
    kat
    +1
    I love them there butifule iv been bit by them it dosnt hurt unless there venomous ones  all snaks  all colorfulle  snaks  all colorfulle  snaks https://s3.amazonaws.com/read...
  • tredzwater 2012/05/15 09:57:14
    No, not me
    tredzwater
    +2
    I like snakes. I like the way they feel...very silky. I like that so many of them are helpful to humans.
  • baxter 2012/05/15 08:30:44
    No, not me
    baxter
  • Becca <333 2012/05/15 07:14:46
    Yessssssss
    Becca <333
  • Wretha S 2012/05/15 07:06:31
    No, not me
    Wretha S
    +2
    I don't go looking for them, but I'm not afraid of them either. We have a few poisonous snakes where I live, one is called a rock rattler, they are a dusty pink color to match the earth and rocks, most of the ones I've seen are the size of a large pencil, I have seen one (dead) that was as big around as my arm.
    rock rattler

    The other venomous snake we have is called a black tail rattler (aka velvet tail rattler)
    black tail rattler west texas

    Those are the main two we have to watch out for, of course there are a variety of nonvenomous snakes too, various whip snakes, rat snakes and such. There is one with a red belly that is interesting to see.

    Wretha
  • Booッ 2012/05/15 07:02:09
    Yessssssss
    Booッ
    +2
    I do not like snakes, insects (even butterflies) and heights.
  • Wretha S Booッ 2012/05/15 07:08:08
    Wretha S
    +3
    Oh gosh, you would never make it where I live, we have snakes, mountains and lots of insects, we are one of the places where people from all over the world come to collect insects.

    Wretha
  • Booッ Wretha S 2012/05/15 07:55:23
    Booッ
    +2
    Wow, I'd be screaming all day then!
  • Aksana 2012/05/15 06:56:09
    Yessssssss
    Aksana
  • GeorgeAMartini 2012/05/15 06:48:13 (edited)
    Yessssssss
    GeorgeAMartini
    +2
    I came face to face with a diamond back rattlesnake while climbing rocks in the Black Hills of South Dakota. I had just reached the top of the rock face and pulled my head above the edge and surprised the snake. It rattled at me and I let go of the rock. I fell about 20 feet hitting one of my friends on the way down. I scraped my elbows pretty badly and my friend yelled at me for knocking him down, but there was no way I was staying anywhere near that snake.
  • CCRNRT GeorgeA... 2012/05/15 06:51:03
    CCRNRT
    +1
    Probably made a good decision
  • mae 2012/05/15 06:04:39
    Yessssssss
    mae
    +2
    I have a healthy fear of snakes...I'm afraid of them, and I'm still healthy!
  • CCRNRT mae 2012/05/15 06:05:27
    CCRNRT
    +2
    ha ha ha lol
  • Becca 2012/05/15 06:01:00
    No, not me
    Becca
    +2
    I'm not scared of the non-venomous ones.
  • sglmom 2012/05/15 05:49:59
    Yessssssss
    sglmom
    +3
    IF you live near the Gulf Coast Like I do ..
    you learn a very HEALTHY Respect for the buggers quite quickly indeed ..
    (my sis-in-law was frightened to step outside once my brother and I shared memories of all the poisonous nasties we've come across while stationed in the South USA!)
  • CCRNRT sglmom 2012/05/15 05:52:37
    CCRNRT
    +3
    yep, I live in the southern desert country, we see our share

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