By snakeboy - 24/08/2009 04:49 - Australia
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That is awful! I'm going to call PETA on you! ( People for the Ethical Treatment of Automabiles) Clean your car atleast once a month, I wash wax and detail mine every couple weeks, how are you supose to take a date in a filthy car with the stench of dead rotting snake. I'm saying YDI for obviously mistreating your car and FYCL ( F your car's life) for obvious reasons
You would think it would smell at some point. Or at least attract enough insects to annoy you. I don't know how some people manage to live in filth sometimes. I mean three YEARS?
oh god. be more aware of your surroundings for the love of god. what if you had a kid travelling with you?
Clearly, everybody would have died! Why is everyone freaking out about this? It's highly unlikely the snake was going to bite anyone even if it had been found alive, unless OP provoked it. But since no one even knew it was there, then who cares? "There was a small animal in my car but I never realized it was there until after it died. Omg! My life is fucked!" Really?
Well look at the bright side.. it did'nt come out while you was driving, you found it dead. So i really don't see anything wrong with this...well just that part that your car is so dirty that you have animals living in there. Hehehe
Snakes don't normally live in cars, they have no prey to feed on in there. It obviously accidentally got in, and that's why it died. No prey = it starved to death. It's obviously not that snakes spontaneously evolved in his car because it was dirty, the FML here is that it took him so long to notice one had gotten into his car and was alive there at some point while he drove it around.
who cares it's a dead snake. imagine how many spiders crawl in your mouth while you are sleeping
Don't feel so bad - some animals when they are sick find a warm secure place to die. Cats are one example. Perhaps it was the same for this snake. It may well have eaten a rat poisoned with bait. If it had been there for more than a week or so you'd have been able to smell it.
i dont think so. i mean this dude hasnt washed his car in 3 years. maybe he's so used to living in shitty environments that he cant even realise something smells bad; cause it always does!
lol. Obviously you've never smelt a decomposing animal. And, HIGHLY unlikely that a snake would be living permenantly in someones car. No matter how much junk was in his car, there wouldnt have been enough mice or small mammals living in there to sustain a snake. No way known.
Mice killed with wafarim do not smell either, If the sake ate the mouse it would die too, and I agree if the snake got in it could have been a permanent home where it was getting fed by mice coming to scrounge from a filthy vehicle likely to have a lot if crumbs...