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Cleaning the Cobra Pit (Mr. Pinko)

- by - February 21, 2013 - 12:56 America/New_York - 10 Comments

A man cleaning a Cobra Snake Pit. Guaranteed to get your heart racing. Worse than those “height” videos.

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  1. Stranded in Sonoma

    February 21st, 2013

    What’s the learning curve for this job?

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  2. RosalindJ

    February 21st, 2013

    Oh absofuckingloutely hell no. And the dude definitely needs a more efficient broom. What he was doing (besides being so blasé about the snakes he may have been stoned) was like sweeping with a snaggly bunch of twigs.

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  3. Dadof3

    February 21st, 2013

    I thought it was cute the way they watched him and stayed where they were. Like a bunch of Meerkats standing there.

    He sure does make it look like they are harmless.

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  4. Stranded in Sonoma

    February 21st, 2013

    It may have been early morning and those snakes were probably not all that active. Or maybe they use some kind of spray chemical (like bee keepers use smoke) to keep them fairly docile.

    Either way, he seems to be quite competent at this job. I wouldn’t do this, but you have to admit, when his friends say things like “I’m an auto mechanic” or “I’m a janitor for a medical office” he gets some serious props when he says, “Me? I just clean out a cobra pit. With the snakes still in it.”

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  5. Anonymous

    February 21st, 2013

    Ho-Leee-Crap

    That dude looks at least a little stoned.

    Did he share his stash with the snakes? They seemed kind of mellow considering someone was taking their eggs.

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  6. Dadof3

    February 21st, 2013

    Aren’t those snake eggs? Nice Easter gift for some liberals I know.

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  7. Claudia

    February 21st, 2013

    That was cool. But I felt sorry for the snakes when he tossed them and they hit the concrete with a plop. Owwww.

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  8. KF

    February 21st, 2013

    I sent this to a few friends. One emailed back saying it’s all about temperature. Snakes are cold blooded and more lethargic overnight and morning when the temperatures are lower at least in the wild. He says his non-venomous snake was really sluggish when the heat went out in his house and “was almost a snake-sickle” (hIs snake was named Lou, Lou Cypher, I just had to get that one in)

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  9. Dadof3

    February 22nd, 2013

    @KF The Devil made you do it?

    h/t flip wilson

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  10. Deloise Garofano

    August 16th, 2013

    When you see this, you will stay speechless! http://bit. ly/crazy404

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