Friday, May 30, 2008

THE SNAKE PITS OF SAN ONOFRE....

This is a public service to our readers. The warmer weather has forced this particularly aggressive variety of Western Diamondback Rattlesnake out of hibernation and on to the beach in search of prey. Unlike other normally docile serpents that tend to shy away unless provoked, these are known to persue anything (including humans) that may wander into the vicinty.

3 comments:

ANGEL BABY said...

Oh, boy, I love my snakes. So long and wiggley. They feel so good and slippery.

fats flannighan said...

I was just recently bit on the buttocks at the showers and could not find a single volunteer to suck out the venom.

iRMA LA tRINE said...

nOW i KNOW WHY THE RUMOR OF bIG kOOK'S DEMISE! tHAT PHOTO LOOKS LIKE THE bIG kOOKS SORRY INTESTINES!!!

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