Friday, April 16, 2010

Oh my hell.

I would like someone to interpret the hermeneutics of this, which I found in my apparently toasty-warm front garden:

In other news, can the end of the semester come soon enough?

tags: snakes on a plane, snakes in my garden, snakes too close for comfort

8 comments:

Jessie said...

Is that really just one snake? Yikes!

Amelia said...

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! How do you sleep at night?!

CPS said...

really--we need a count of how many are there and what kind!

Walker Bickmore said...

That thing better get the hell out! I am freaked out, who knows how many snake babies there are at our house? How did you get that thing out. I don't think I can live there anymore unless I am told something comforting about that snake

gilian said...

Well spotted, Walker. One day back when I lived over by your house, I went out to get the mail and about ten pencil-sized babies were slithering through my grass. That was the summer of the snakes. We had them everywhere. I always preferred them to mice and am still certain the snakes were eating the mice--circle of life and all that...

Lesley said...

Ya maybe you won't have mice this summer! I agree with gilian that mice are creepier. Get to work snakes!

Dr. Write said...

First, you have the best titles. Second, yikes!
Third, I prefer mice, of the small variety. But,
fourth, I'd like all that to remain outside, thank you.

Karen S said...

We had a period of time where our cats were bringing small snakes into our house. I was lying on the floor one night and the cat started to bat at my hair, which is unusual. When I stood up, I realized that I was indeed lying on a snake. Aaaaaaghhhhhhhh!!!! Haven't quite recovered yet.

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