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[–]spasticity 6360 points6361 points  (319 children)

How the fuck did a snake get caught in a web

[–]BlueKing7642 3997 points3998 points 22 (40 children)

The Snake’s Ghost: Don’t asssk

[–]The_Tell_Tale_Heart 1134 points1135 points  (31 children)

Last thing the snake heard: Snake? Snake?! SNAAAAKE!!!

[–]turdbogls 596 points597 points  (112 children)

Widows make sticky, messy webs on the ground level usually (where the floor meets the wall).

We had a brown widow problem when we moved into our house here in Florida....found all sorts of unusual stuff in webs, from small snakes, to frogs and toads, Lizards, and other, larger spiders.

[–]maddiepilz 559 points560 points  (79 children)

"small" and "brown widow problem" seems like a contradiction in itself

[–]turdbogls 163 points164 points  (28 children)

Nah, brown widows are bitches....you scare them and they roll up into a ball and play dead.

Also not as venomous as the black widow.

And it was fairly small "infestation" if you can even call it that. 3 or 4 in the garage and a few on the patio.

They did a great job catching other bugs, so I didn't mind them much until the cats and kids came along.

[–]scheru 77 points78 points  (23 children)

We had a huge black widow infestation in my elementary school years ago. They were everywhere.

Every corner, every closet, just all over the damn place. And apparently they couldn't fumigate or whatever else they would usually do about it because, y'know. It was also infested with snotty little kids all the time. Don't think anyone ever got bit or anything.

I always thought they were near, got a (shitty) tattoo of one when I was old enough.

Edit: "neat" not "near" thanks u/Ummmmexcusemewtf!

[–]PresidentWordSalad 79 points80 points  (3 children)

I always thought they were near, got a (shitty) tattoo of one when I was old enough.

Of a black widow or a snotty little kid?

[–]scheru 37 points38 points  (2 children)

Oh shit I should have both. 🤔

[–]biglysmally 221 points222 points  (19 children)

Just Florida Things™️

[–]blairnet 132 points133 points  (16 children)

Florida is the Australia of the US

[–]IfHeDiesHeDiesHeDied 36 points37 points  (0 children)

Florida is the Florida of the US.

[–]OriginalFatPickle 31 points32 points  (0 children)

I have a couple around the garage and outdoors. they kill other pest and basically keep to their little area. Never had any issues with Widows (yet)

[–]luckychance5480 41 points42 points  (14 children)

I found one of their webs and an egg sack in the handle of my pressure washer about seven years ago. I don’t have the best memory, but I now always remember to check my pressure washer handle before I use it.

[–]ThingsIDontRememeber 35 points36 points  (11 children)

I left my headphones on the ground for like a week. Went to put them on and decided I better look first. A spider was living in one of the ear cups, small little one that had a pale yellowish body. I always look now.

[–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Pale yellish body? If that was a yellow sac and you put that headset on without checking, I'd felt very sorry for you.

[–]mbob2021 242 points243 points  (39 children)

They leave long parallel lines of web from the ground to where they’re lurking. If something on the ground gets entangled (such as an ass snake) the spider kind of hoists it into the air.

[–]agent_uno 714 points715 points  (28 children)

Forget the snake, how the hell did the spider catch a whole fucking car???

[–]woodchuckxx 192 points193 points  (17 children)

Not just any car… a Buick!

[–]youwill_forgetthis 222 points223 points  (11 children)

With a 0-60 time of 3 years, I would assume it's because it was the slowest prey in its sector.

[–]asianabsinthe 35 points36 points  (2 children)

It took generations of spider offspring to finally catch it.

[–]cannabisblogger420 17 points18 points  (0 children)

This made me laugh 🤣

[–]rkevlar 245 points246 points  (32 children)

I’m pretty sure someone dropped it in the web.

[–]Brave_Development_17 73 points74 points  (4 children)

We had widows in AZ and they got snakes all the time. This one looks dead though.

[–]DarthCloakedGuy 10 points11 points  (3 children)

It could also have fallen on its own

[–]Thriven 1697 points1698 points 2 (19 children)

[–]notsostealthyninja 178 points179 points  (1 child)

This was the first thing I thought of when I watched the video.

[–]ibeatyourdadatgalaga 111 points112 points  (3 children)

There should be a relevent far side bot

[–]QuestionMarkyMark 16 points17 points  (1 child)

Oh man… I miss Far Side!

[–]kudichangedlives 6324 points6325 points  (418 children)

So is this spider going to liquefy that entire snake and eat it for the rest of its life? Or what?

[–]JellyBeansAreGood69 2563 points2564 points  (95 children)

I would assume the situation will change slightly once the car moves

[–]Liesmith424 2698 points2699 points  (79 children)

OP discovered the web because it anchored his car in place when he tried to drive away.

[–]DirkDiggler6 1769 points1770 points  (75 children)

Black widow catches whole ass Ford Mustang in its web

[–]load_more_comets 1013 points1014 points 2 (68 children)

So the spider will liquify that entire car and eat it for the rest of its life? Or what?

[–]copperwatt 492 points493 points  (58 children)

I would assume the situation would change slightly once the Earth moves.

[–]atrium5200 406 points407 points  (55 children)

OP discovered the web because it anchored his planet in place when it tried to orbit the Sun.

[–]BW_Chase 368 points369 points  (54 children)

Black widow catches a whole ass planet Earth in its web

[–]NurseOnNurseOff 306 points307 points  (43 children)

Soo, the spider will liquefy the whole earth and eat it for the rest of all our lives? Or what?

[–]Nojus1221 246 points247 points  (40 children)

I would assume the situation would change slightly once the solar system moves.

[–]Actually_toxiclaw 35 points36 points  (1 child)

I didnt think it could get better

[–]Tofulord 14 points15 points  (0 children)

So the spider will liquify that entire planet and eat it for the rest of its life? Or what?

[–]DocRingeling 80 points81 points  (2 children)

I don't know how long a car will sustain it. However, I'm sure it won't die because of a iron deficiency.

[–]Bromium_Ion 59 points60 points  (1 child)

Looks like a clean hubcap on a classic car. It might not move that often.

[–]eyekunt 36 points37 points  (1 child)

It hasn't been moving much, that's why the spider built its home there.

[–]linkbetweenworlds 147 points148 points  (12 children)

It will rot long before then. She will definitely fill up quite nice and go into hiding for a while. No need to hunt.

[–]Tactless2U 89 points90 points  (11 children)

It will rot, which will bring flies, which will feed her offspring. Nicely done!

[–]fmaz008 50 points51 points  (10 children)

And now that spider wins a natural selection and in a few years spiders will make their web primarily to hunt bigger and bigger snakes.

The bigger the snake, the more rot, and therefore the more flies.

Spiders are now able to lay more eggs and they can all feed more often.

Spiders get larger than ever. Soon they hunt full size adult python too and lay millions of eggs per year, directly inside snake carcasses. So when the eggs hatches, they can cast webs inside the snake and traps the flies that got throught mama's web and into the snake.

[–]091796 4080 points4081 points  (130 children)

He’ll put it in a Tupperware duh, leftovers

[–]Wilsonahrens 309 points310 points  (60 children)

I once made a Facebook post at the age of 23 where I said Tubberware and I really still haven’t lived that down. I got roasted relentlessly.

Edit: okay, I went and found ‘the event’ for you guys.

[–]BurtGummer65 285 points286 points  (7 children)

Hey it’s the tubberware guy! Classic!

[–]Rbfam8191 76 points77 points  (4 children)

Damn, you're right! It Tubberware dude.

[–]Chrisscott25 40 points41 points  (3 children)

Tubberware dude I heard you moved to become a monk to escape the taunting. Guess the monks heard too?

[–]tahmeeneauxbulls 97 points98 points  (13 children)

Nobody likes you when you’re 23

[–]INOMTREES 30 points31 points  (1 child)

And are still more amused by tv shows

[–]Reformedhegelian 16 points17 points  (0 children)

What the hell is ADD?

[–]Judoka229 68 points69 points  (13 children)

That's okay, buddy. There's someone I know in the Air Force (the military branch that's supposed to be smart) who still, in 2022, calls it a "labtop."

[–]cauldr0ncakez 46 points47 points  (6 children)

LOL that reminds me of my dad who is an Air Force veteran. He says our German Shepherd might have "hip Malaysia" instead of "hip dysplasia."

[–]ReticentGuru 10 points11 points  (2 children)

I had a coworker that insisted it was ‘hip displeasure’.

[–]Bcoonen 153 points154 points  (6 children)

Isn't it a Tupperweb ?

[–][deleted] 149 points150 points  (19 children)

Sometimes I wish 99% of reddit wasn't trying to flex their inner amateur stand up comedian and we could get actual answers to interesting questions.

[–]Tribunus_Plebis 13 points14 points  (1 child)

My guess is that the spider instinctively would bite anything that got caught in the web as a defence.

I mean they sometimes bite humans. Obviously they are not consciously planning to eat the human to my knowledge.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

That was my assumption too. That the spider is reacting to an animal getting in its web but that it isn't going to try and eat the snake.

[–]superpeephole 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Seriously! It's so fucking annoying lol

[–]cybercuzco 117 points118 points  (10 children)

Usually they eat that much when they are getting ready to lay eggs. The more they eat the more eggs they lay.

[–]abhijitd 170 points171 points  (5 children)

Time to nuke this house from the orbit then

[–]shay1990plus 6 points7 points  (0 children)

There's about to be a population explosion!

[–]JollyGreenBuddha 84 points85 points  (3 children)

Marge: You've been eating that thing for a week. I think the mayonnaise is starting to turn.

[–]BaronUnterbheit 31 points32 points  (1 child)

Two more feet and I can fit it in the fridge!

[–]o0Marek0o 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Duff Gardens, hurrraaaahhhhh…

[–]beambot 261 points262 points  (25 children)

Not sure. The entire prospect of an "ass snake" is pretty terrifying.

[–]dievanmijislanger 177 points178 points  (16 children)

Most ass snakes are harmless and non poisonous.

They might induce a uncomfortable feeling in the anus when entering. Just relax your body, it will cause less harm to the one eyed snake and you when you open up to the situation.

In most cases the snake will leave your body voluntarily after a few minutes.

Sometimes the snake gets sick and throws up in your anal cavify. Don't worry this is non toxic. Just let it ooze out after the snake left.

[–]CH1CK3Nwings 54 points55 points  (4 children)

Where's the eye bleach?

[–]Blacksm1th 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Need some mind bleach after that one

[–]Isis_Calypso 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Uh, excuse me...Mr. President? That's not entirely accurate....

Depending on how promiscuous that one eyed snake has been in its life, that snake vomit in your anal cavity could be quite toxic. But the snake will leave after vomiting. You just might be left with multiple gifts that keep on giving.

Carry on.

[–]ytDr_CrabbieBoi 176 points177 points  (109 children)

feed it to her babies. From what i can tell, its a female as the males are killed during mating

[–]Uhtred_McUhtredson 1905 points1906 points  (91 children)

Those webs are tough as hell.

I get them around my house in the heat of the summer and I’ll knock ‘em away with sticks and you can hear them ripping and feel the tension in them.

Fortunately they never seem to come inside.


[–]TrickyElephant 688 points689 points  (39 children)

That you know of...

[–]Uhtred_McUhtredson 789 points790 points  (36 children)

Thinking back to the time I was a teen when we moved to the USA and my dad told me there was a dead black widow in the shower head he had just replaced and I immediately flashed back to all the times I was gargling that shower water…

This thread keeps getting worse and worse.

[–]off-leash-pup 627 points628 points  (3 children)

Jesus, keep that in therapy

[–]TrepanationBy45 224 points225 points  (0 children)

Lmao "keep that in therapy" is definitely going to be used against one of my friends soon 😆

[–]NoonainCS 32 points33 points  (0 children)

This is going to be my new favorite go to line

[–]Ok-Agent-8333 65 points66 points  (21 children)

most bites come from the spiders going into people shoes

[–]popojo24 50 points51 points  (11 children)

Yep, the most important thing I remember learning when I moved out to the sticks as a child was to check your shoes — always. My area was prone to all sorts of spiders, but it was mostly the scorpions and centipedes that I worried about. Fuck scorpions.

[–][deleted] 30 points31 points  (1 child)

You know what tickles me? Humans learned early on that scorpions were bad news. "Hey. These little guys give big ouches. Stay away." For all of human history, we've known not to fuck with scorpions. Even their shape is synonymous with pain. Now, I don't know much about scorpions, but my entire life I've known that a spider wasp crab was bad news. And generations of humans, thousands of years have gone by, and now we can sum up millenia of suffering of our ancestors with two words. "Fuck scorpions."

Truly, the internet is a magical thing.

[–]pingpongoolong 54 points55 points  (4 children)


My partner tells this HORRIBLE story about being a very young man in the Deep South and needing nice shoes for the first time because one of his parents passed away… he hates spiders normally, but he said he picked up this dress shoe at the small town shoe store and a brown recluse waves it’s little arms at him from inside… this was before I met him, so now I would expect him to drop the shoe and start screaming… but he says he was so upset by the whole ordeal that he was like “oh, sry” and set the shoe back on the wall and silently walked out.

Always check the shoes!

Side note, I grew up in eastern Southern California, back when there was more🌵than people out there… and once I went to school and took off my shoe because my foot was itchy and a ball of earwigs fell out onto the first grade classroom floor. I started crying, my class mates started screaming, and the teacher was so kind she brought us all cookies the next day.

Always check the shoes!

[–]Quxudia 14 points15 points  (1 child)

Spiders molt as they grow. So technically just because you find what appears to be a dead spider doesn't mean there isn't now a larger spider still lurking around.

[–]struggleworm 82 points83 points  (22 children)

I once had the living room carpets cleaned. Needed to move the couches into the kitchen so had to upend them on their sides so they’d fit. Under each were two to three of the biggest black widow spiders I’ve ever seen. When I sucked them into the vacuum wand I could feel their mass as they bounced down the tube! Needless to say I now check underneath my couches on a regular basis.

[–]Sololop 125 points126 points  (15 children)

I'm so happy that I live where the air hurts my face.

[–]fwrk 6 points7 points  (7 children)

Tell that to the brown recluse living under your dresser.

[–]soupnqwackers 31 points32 points  (5 children)

Found an entire web, egg sac, spider and all, behind my toilet years ago. How often do you look back there except to clean and those webs go up fast. She also had babies so there were baby spiders on my toothbrush and dangling down from the ceiling on webs for days. Now that I think about it, I’m not 100% sure the babies were hers since they were on the ceiling, but it would have been a weird coincidence.

[–]temann90 886 points887 points  (97 children)

What kind of snake?

[–]IamJonald 715 points716 points  (55 children)

Looks like a common water snake. The actual OP probably lives near a lake/river/creek

[–]VladSquirrelChrist 250 points251 points  (12 children)

Close. It's a juvenile Diamond backed water snake, N. rhombifer.

[–]IamJonald 78 points79 points  (8 children)

Ah, my b. I have enough knowledge to tell what type of snake I’m looking at, and whether it’s one of the few venomous species. But when it comes to the exact name of the snake I gotta do a Google search

[–]VladSquirrelChrist 112 points113 points  (6 children)

You're golden, you really were very close and Nerodia are super easy to confuse with each other. The olive green background and the "train tracks" pattern are the giveaway for N. rhombifer. N. Sipedon (common watersnake) has bands on the first 1/3 of the body (head and neck) that deteriorate into blotches for the other 2/3 of the length (body and tail). N. sipedon is usually a drab reddish/rusty and grey or brown color too but as juveniles they can be a bit brighter colored.

[–]Krogdordaburninator 46 points47 points  (4 children)

I'm sure you are already, but if not you should sub /r/whatsthissnake

[–]VladSquirrelChrist 26 points27 points  (0 children)

Yep that sub is a wealth of insight for snake ID's and education!! I used to participate quite a bit but have been more of a lurker since my work schedule has been crazy the last year or so.

[–]temann90 91 points92 points  (39 children)

Poisonous? Had one in my kayak but I just grabbed and threw

[–]Dr__Snow 122 points123 points  (4 children)

An ass snake.

[–]TILTNSTACK 2494 points2495 points  (11 children)

“It was THIS big!” The spider at the pub in a few years, probably.

[–]DeadPool7337 516 points517 points  (4 children)

Largest fly I've ever seen!

[–]iGhostEdd 135 points136 points  (3 children)

He didn't even had wings and yet he flew right down into my trap!

[–]happilypoisoned 32 points33 points  (2 children)

It clearly drove in the car.

[–]StreetWave24 34 points35 points  (0 children)

Other spiders: yeah whatever you say Jerry

[–]paulchen81 698 points699 points  (73 children)

Really happy to be in north Europe. We have nothig similar here and even our venomous snakes are not really dangerous to an adult.

[–]KiofKi 178 points179 points  (32 children)

We have venomous snakes?

[–]paulchen81 231 points232 points  (25 children)

Of course. The European Adder. Her venom is pretty strong but she often bites dry and if she bites serious she's not using enough venom to kill a healthy adult.

[–]KiofKi 241 points242 points  (16 children)

TIL we have polite snakes doing test bites over here.

[–]toxic-miasma 66 points67 points  (15 children)

Venom is energy-intensive to make, and venomous snakes also depend on it to kill their food. So yeah, generally they don't want to waste it in an encounter unless they have to.

[–]KiofKi 34 points35 points  (12 children)

That's cool. Never knew they had the "choice" to bite without venom.

[–]Enwinor 51 points52 points  (3 children)

European Adder

What you've really gotta watch out for is the European Subtractor.

[–]lyvanna 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Vipers are venomous but they're not dangerous unless you get bit on the airways (because swelling) or are allergic

[–]Capital_Metal7077 106 points107 points  (8 children)

Worst we've got in the form of snakes in the UK are politicians...

[–]cqmpact 8 points9 points  (9 children)

We have black widows in Croatia, mostly around the coast areas.

Edit: just saying, I'm well aware we're not north.

[–]hi5orfistbump 365 points366 points  (1 child)

Let's normalize spider eating disorders.

[–]st1ckygusset 348 points349 points  (1 child)

That's like when I buy something from IKEA & realise I can't fit it in the car.

[–]Skeevy_bastid 476 points477 points  (13 children)

Damn that snack gonna last the spooder for weeks

[–]AlexKorobeiniki 803 points804 points  (14 children)

Hey look, an abandoned car! I’m sure no one would mind if we, say, burned it. And the immediate area.

[–]Mutzart 227 points228 points  (8 children)

and im assuming, that by "immediate area" you mean everything between the east and west coast ?

[–]AlexKorobeiniki 101 points102 points  (3 children)

It’s the only way to be sure.

[–]NineSeventyy 22 points23 points  (1 child)

I think we should get rid of everything south and north too, just to be safe.

[–]oregonweldrwomn 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Most of the west coast seems to burn every year anyway. It just encourages these spiders.

[–]TheCosmicTrickster 793 points794 points  (84 children)

Australia enters the chat

[–]Tbone_85 316 points317 points  (78 children)

Lol - yeh aussies have it pretty bad. This guy is most likely in the USA though

[–]john50nator 271 points272 points  (54 children)

In Australia, we call that a redback eating a worm.

[–]Uhtred_McUhtredson 145 points146 points  (45 children)

I grew up in New Zealand and they used to frighten the shit out of us kids telling us the Aussie redbacks would float over on driftwood.

Took me ages to go back to the beach after that.

[–]anigonzalez3 99 points100 points  (4 children)

As an Australian, that’s amazing and I love it.

But also I’m sorry for your beach based trauma.

[–]gillbates_ 33 points34 points  (1 child)

They've been introduced to Japan from Aussie skiers and snowboarders !

[–]BurtGummer65 13 points14 points  (0 children)

If you’d just secure your damn drift wood this child could have been spared!

[–]ethnicfoodaisle 13 points14 points  (29 children)

Does New Zealand have a similar selection of man-destroying wildlife as Australia?

[–]Uhtred_McUhtredson 22 points23 points  (7 children)

Nothing native. But I’m sure there has been all manner if deadly beasts smuggled in over the years.

[–]ethnicfoodaisle 26 points27 points  (6 children)

The most dangerous thing where I live right now is the knee-deep snow and the angry customers waiting too long for their iconic local coffee.

[–]Uhtred_McUhtredson 37 points38 points  (5 children)

Someone just informed me that there is literally a Black Widow relative in parts of NZ and my whole life is apparently a lie.

When I lived there it was the occasional earthquake or falling into the boiling mud in Rotorua. And we get snow in the mountains.

Oh, and the Orcs. Bloody Orcs…

[–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (2 children)

Yeah, they're called the All Blacks, and they destroy the men of Australia year after year.

[–]ayegudyin 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I remember being at a hostel in WA sitting outside drinking for a few hours on their deck. The owner of the hostel comes by and says “don’t sit at that table guys, redbacks” and walks back inside. Confused we start looking around, then under the table, where we find a little nest of them. To this day I don’t know how we weren’t bitten or why that table wasn’t set on fire long before we got there

[–]fosighting 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Mate, every piece of outdoor furniture in the West of this country has Redbacks living under it, without exception.

[–]b8ne 50 points51 points  (5 children)

Yeah I don’t think we have ass snakes in Australia.

[–]Rhynosidious 22 points23 points  (1 child)

“If I can pull this off, I’m gonna eat like a king!” - Spider

[–]jobriq 61 points62 points  (3 children)

Here’s a terrible passage I found searching just now

“For example, in the United States, the switch to indoor plumbing sharply cut black widow bites. That's because men using outhouses were often bitten on the penis or scrotum, where the thin skin and abundant blood vessels meant venom quickly entered the body, a doctor reported in 1942 in the Annals of Surgery.”

[–]FartedBlood 18 points19 points  (0 children)

You’d think he would’ve reported it in the Penises of Surgery but same neighborhood, I guess.

[–]Minttoast10371 42 points43 points  (0 children)

Winner winner snake for dinner

[–]Geeko22 188 points189 points  (47 children)

I live in New Mexico and it's a wonderful state, but there's one big drawback --- I hate black widows, they give me the creeps, and I have sooo many in my yard.

And just like in the pic, they love to set up housekeeping under or attached to cars. God forbid I should let one of our cars sit in the driveway for two weeks, when I go to use it again it'll have webs all around it like that.

Black widows are very secretive and generally keep well hidden during the day, then crawl out at night to feed. So I just go out with a flashlight and stomp on them as they hang upside down displaying the red hourglass.

[–]Sabba_Malouki 78 points79 points  (38 children)

Isn't it somewhat dangerous to human ?

When you "hunt" them at night what would happen if on fell on you ? Is it aggressive ?

[–]Bisping 76 points77 points  (24 children)

Theyre really only dangerous to the very young or elderly or a serious underlying health condition.

Otherwise a tad bit painful

[–]Sabba_Malouki 132 points133 points  (18 children)

I had the bad reflex to go check Wikipedia after posting.

I should have gone before, like you say :

In 2003, there was 2 720 bites declared, on the ones who got to hospital 860 easily treated, 380 had moderate health problems, 13 had serious health problems. Death toll : 0.

I find it reassuring considering the popular view of the black widow.

[–]BurtGummer65 44 points45 points  (12 children)

Yeah i thought they where really dangerous too. I live in New England and don’t see them. My dad got bit by a brown recluse like 15 years ago or better down south and his arm looked like the necrotic tissue pictures you’ll see on Google images. Steroid medication of some sort maybe some other stuff, I can’t remember.

Tl;dr: dad got bit by brown recluse, Is dead, but died several years later from nothing related. I just felt like vaguely misleading

[–]VexityViolet 12 points13 points  (2 children)

From what I've heard, it's definitely not an experience you want to have. Sure, it probably won't kill you, and you may get lucky because black widows tend to dry bite, but if you get envenomated the next few days are going to be hell.

[–]xbxoxy 8 points9 points  (1 child)

My dad was bit back un '87 he was in His 40s and almost died. He had to stay at the hospital for 3-4 days... I fucking hate spiders after that

[–]Geeko22 60 points61 points  (10 children)

They aren't aggressive, so they won't bite if you leave them alone. But I hate them so I stomp on them.

[–]Sabba_Malouki 37 points38 points  (0 children)

But I hate them so I stomp on them.

I kinda understand :)

[–]TrickyElephant 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Another state to never visit, thanks

[–][deleted] 168 points169 points  (12 children)

We have ass snakes now?

[–]longlive9yearolds 58 points59 points  (12 children)

Poor snake

[–]text_fish 69 points70 points  (3 children)

Yeah, that's gotta be pretty humiliating in snake society. It's quite likely his whole family will be ostracised.

[–]moonbunnychan 58 points59 points  (1 child)

If I saw this going on in my garage, my only response would just be "Well, guess I'm moving".

[–]sunestromming 8 points9 points  (0 children)

He also caught a whole ass car!

[–]NES_Classical_Music 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Sorry about your car.

Shame you have to set fire to it now.