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  bahamit  |  18

Given that a residential dryer gets to around 120f and most snakes bodily functions start failing above an optimal roughly 96f (generalized number) I would assume that a dryer cycle would be fatal... That and considering it's posted in fml I'd assume no it didn't... RIP our slithery friend...

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  bahamit  |  18

Given that a residential dryer gets to around 120f and most snakes bodily functions start failing above an optimal roughly 96f (generalized number) I would assume that a dryer cycle would be fatal... That and considering it's posted in fml I'd assume no it didn't... RIP our slithery friend...

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Not to mention it was getting tumbled around in there too. And if it's not a water snake it may not have survived the washing machine. Poor snake and poor mom for finding it.

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  Mightyrif  |  23

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Wizardo  |  32

I have no idea why my dude is getting so much hate, when for the first time in AGES someone posts an awesome comment and the thread is beast too. People need to up their game and quit the bitching cos frankly, the comments sections are sucking hard without pioneers like my friend right here.

By  angelitared  |  27

Maybe you'll learn to have a better environment for your snake.. Ydi!

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  liquifiednate  |  21

It doesn't matter on how good the environment is. Some snakes are just good escape artists. For example corn snakes are really common for getting out of their cages by opening it themselves.

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