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August 13th, 2009

Snakes are fine examples of making the most of a disability. Sure, they don’t have legs, but they still manage to be TERRIFYING when they want to be.

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  1. Leo says:

    Haha. Did anyone else think that the Moo could have been the cows way of saying Noo?

  2. Confused says:

    I hope not. It would freak me out to think every time I went to a farm they were pleading for their lives.

  3. Charles says:

    No, the cow is just complaining about how much grief his wife is gonna give him for being home late again. “Yeah, sure, swallowed by a giant snake. You can only use that excuse so many times buddy.”

    Also, yes, those must be the most giant of all snakes. That cow is hardly making a mark on the snake. Or maybe it’s not a cow. Maybe it’s something more reasonably sized that is saying “moo”, like perhaps an infant who is just learning his farm sounds?

    • ac says:

      dude seriously, that’s your comment?

      • ac does not have a sense of humor says:

        You sir, do not have a sense of humor.

        • Dave says:

          Everybody knows that MORE words equals MORE funny.


          • Name says:

            Dave, I have to say, you are absolutely right on this one. A lot of people, as I have noticed, try to go for quality, or that is to say, rely on the content of a joke or comment for their comedy, o, say, humour. Humour, that is for England, or rather, speakers of the Queens’ English. This does include nations other than England, or Britian as it is also known. One such country that uses the Queens’ English is Australia. For those of us “Yankees,” that is to say United States of America citizens, it would simply be “humor.” Regardless, it has been proven time and time again that comedy lies within the length of a comment, in the case of a comedic comment, or more generally how time consuming a joke is, allowing a maximized threshold for humor in such a model.

            Can I get a rimshot?

            • Macheeky says:

              England is not also known as Britain, they are two different things. England is IN Britain, which includes England, Scotland and Wales, and, I think, some islands.
              The United Kingdom is Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
              Sorry but people calling England Britain is just a huge pet peeve.

    • Joe says:

      Or maybe that’s only half the cow, and he’s been in there for a little while. Ya know, being digested and stuffs.

  4. ;P says:

    I think thats a baby cow saying moo as in ” Dude what the frick Get me out GET ME OUT” you can say so much in just one word.

  5. Leo says:

    Maybe he’s kidnapping the baby cow and he plans to take clothed pics (since cows are always naked) of it. He’ll probably release the pics on the internet. That could be the real reason he doesn’t want to go swimming.

  6. Derrick says:

    i don’t believe these two snakes are indigenous to a beach-like area, or a cow for that matter. Hmm.

  7. Farthammer says:

    I am extremely flatulent at the moment. I am only writing this because I recalled the girth of this snake’s stomach (which is how my stomach feels right now).

    I have no sympathy for the people near me.

  8. capt says:

    All I can think of is the little prince. Tony and Wes, you draw snakes eating things WAY better than a fictional character in a childrens book. Nice Job

    • Farthammer says:

      Pornstar Allie Sin (who has an awesome collection of mugshot photos to boot) has a few characters from this children’s book tattooed on her used up body…did you know that?

  9. Wardog says:

    Those are dinosaurs with fangs shooped in. Snakes have much longer nose things….snouts? faces?