You Don’t See That Everyday

This afternoon I went for a walk in the park with Debs. As we walked, we noticed a big burly guy “walking” his dog by skating along behind the mutt on inline skates. Though I’ve always found that practice to be unwise, it’s not exactly uncommon. Still, what held our glance was the man’s decision to wear a scarf — an unusual choice given the warm weather (he was in shorts.)

As he came closer, we realized it wasn’t a scarf at all — it was a boa constrictor. Dude was blading around with a dog and a big fat freakin’ snake around his neck.

As if being on wheels when your dog spots a squirrel isn’t challenge enough?

2 Responses to “You Don’t See That Everyday”

  1. Joel Says:

    Hey, snakes need to go for walkies too.

    Sometimes snakes even find themselves on other modes of transportation…like planes.

  2. jsp Says:

    True enough! And in the event of snakes on a plane, well, kiss your ass goodbye…

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