What our pets alooklike

Everything else.

Moderator: GreenCrayon

Post Reply
User avatar
Liriodendron_fagotti
(Eastern Bassoon Poplar)
Posts: 1227
Joined: Mon Apr 22, 2013 2:34 pm
Location: :noitacoL

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Liriodendron_fagotti »

Apocalyptus wrote:Man, I have always wanted a pet snake. The problem I forsee though is that I like travelling, and for a pet like a dog or cat it's not too hard to find someone willing to look after it while you're away, but snakes are somehow less popular.
It's a shame. Ginger molted while I was looking after her and we got to keep it. My dad had a king snake. He felt bad about feeding it live mice, so he got them frozen and thawed them out beforehand.
Kimra wrote:
Liriodendron_fagotti wrote:Okay, yes. But I did spoiler it.
I think 'censored' might be a more accurate description. It's not like you hid the end of a great story with plot twists from us.

Also I'm glad to see I'm not the only person who thought it was strangely placed.
I might have forgotten what thread I was in.
Continual disappointment is the spice of life.

User avatar
Lethal Interjection
Death by Elocution
Posts: 8051
Joined: Wed Oct 12, 2005 2:17 pm
Location: Behind your ear. It's magic!
Contact:

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Lethal Interjection »

My roomate had a pet cornsnake that was very nice orange colour. Apparently he's trying to sell it. However he did recently bring it to a show-and-tell for his soon-to-be niece and it got loose in his fiancee's car. I guess she found it later, alive, but I can't imagine it loved being out in the car on a December day in the Ottawa (Canadia) area.

User avatar
Edminster
Tested positive for Space-AIDS
Posts: 8835
Joined: Fri Sep 09, 2005 9:53 pm
Location: Internet
Contact:

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Edminster »

I found a picture of my sister's cat that I took about eight years or so ago!

Image

I miss that camera and also cat :(
ol qwerty bastard wrote:bitcoin is backed by math, and math is intrinsically perfect and logically consistent always

gödel stop spreading fud

User avatar
smiley_cow
polite but murderous
Posts: 6514
Joined: Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:15 pm
Location: The vast and desolate prairies

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by smiley_cow »

Aww, she was such a pretty cat.
DonRetrasado wrote:Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow? I chose something different. I chose the impossible. I chose... Bitcoin.

User avatar
wolf
She-Barbarian of the North
Posts: 651
Joined: Fri Sep 09, 2005 4:36 pm
Location: Canadia

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by wolf »



Summary: Cats are generally assholes.
Can you hold my hand? It's a big poop

User avatar
Liriodendron_fagotti
(Eastern Bassoon Poplar)
Posts: 1227
Joined: Mon Apr 22, 2013 2:34 pm
Location: :noitacoL

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Liriodendron_fagotti »

Well, I woke up this morning to some quiet sound, turned my head to look up and saw one of my cats staring down at me as he sat on my pillow. It was a bit unsettling but also cute.
Continual disappointment is the spice of life.

User avatar
Kimra
He-Man in a Miniskirt
Posts: 6853
Joined: Tue Jun 02, 2009 10:18 am
Location: meanwhile elsewhere

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Kimra »

Ahhh this is my mum's puppy, and some pine cones.

Image

EDIT: ONE of my mums puppies
King Prawn

User avatar
GUTCHUCKER
Gotchucker's less handsome twin
Posts: 2126
Joined: Wed Dec 01, 2010 2:26 am
Location: Paradise City?

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by GUTCHUCKER »

N'awww, cutie.
Datanazush wrote:I ship Mohammed and Jehova.

User avatar
wolf
She-Barbarian of the North
Posts: 651
Joined: Fri Sep 09, 2005 4:36 pm
Location: Canadia

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by wolf »

Are you sure those are pinecones and not dinosaur or spider eggs? Christ all mighty those are huge
Can you hold my hand? It's a big poop

User avatar
Kimra
He-Man in a Miniskirt
Posts: 6853
Joined: Tue Jun 02, 2009 10:18 am
Location: meanwhile elsewhere

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Kimra »

wolf wrote:Are you sure those are pinecones and not dinosaur or spider eggs? Christ all mighty those are huge
They do remind me greatly of the dragon eggs in Game of Thrones. But nay, they are Bunya Pine pine cones. Shame. I could do with some dragons.
King Prawn

User avatar
Lethal Interjection
Death by Elocution
Posts: 8051
Joined: Wed Oct 12, 2005 2:17 pm
Location: Behind your ear. It's magic!
Contact:

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Lethal Interjection »

Kimra wrote:
wolf wrote:Are you sure those are pinecones and not dinosaur or spider eggs? Christ all mighty those are huge
They do remind me greatly of the dragon eggs in Game of Thrones. But nay, they are Bunya Pine pine cones. Shame. I could do with some dragons.
Yeah, they look like a cross between the GOT eggs and pineapples.

User avatar
wolf
She-Barbarian of the North
Posts: 651
Joined: Fri Sep 09, 2005 4:36 pm
Location: Canadia

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by wolf »

Kimra wrote:
wolf wrote:Are you sure those are pinecones and not dinosaur or spider eggs? Christ all mighty those are huge
They do remind me greatly of the dragon eggs in Game of Thrones. But nay, they are Bunya Pine pine cones. Shame. I could do with some dragons.
I'm still not convinced that this isn't an Aussie trick to unleash spiders upon us all
Can you hold my hand? It's a big poop

User avatar
Lethal Interjection
Death by Elocution
Posts: 8051
Joined: Wed Oct 12, 2005 2:17 pm
Location: Behind your ear. It's magic!
Contact:

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Lethal Interjection »

wolf wrote:
Kimra wrote:
wolf wrote:Are you sure those are pinecones and not dinosaur or spider eggs? Christ all mighty those are huge
They do remind me greatly of the dragon eggs in Game of Thrones. But nay, they are Bunya Pine pine cones. Shame. I could do with some dragons.
I'm still not convinced that this isn't an Aussie trick to unleash spiders upon us all

I'm sure that this is exactly what it is. I think that is a pretty fundamental part of the Australian national identity.

User avatar
smiley_cow
polite but murderous
Posts: 6514
Joined: Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:15 pm
Location: The vast and desolate prairies

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by smiley_cow »

I for one welcome our new Australian Spider Overlords.
DonRetrasado wrote:Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow? I chose something different. I chose the impossible. I chose... Bitcoin.

User avatar
Liriodendron_fagotti
(Eastern Bassoon Poplar)
Posts: 1227
Joined: Mon Apr 22, 2013 2:34 pm
Location: :noitacoL

Re: What our pets alooklike

Post by Liriodendron_fagotti »

smiley_cow wrote:I for one welcome our new Australian Spider Overlords.
I'm getting a definite sense of déjà vu here. The web of our universe is turning in on itself.
Continual disappointment is the spice of life.

Post Reply