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Check your shoes! Baby snakes could be lurking inside!

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1 hour ago, gunderhill said:

That's an assumption in itself.

I don’t mind what gender ur fancy but obviously such person with these comments for u would either come from soi Bukaw or Boys-town.

 

Edited by Destiny1990

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Always check. Do the same thing when back in Aus

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Yeah look into you shoes, you could find a centipede too.

In Thailand you need to snake-proof and rodent-proof your house (snakes are looking for rodents): fill or seal any opening bigger than 0.5cm: holes in the garden, gaps and holes in the walls, around the basement, doors and plumbering, down your fence, etc (Use spray foam, and plastic mesh or steel mesh). Keep the grass short, remove piles of wood or junk and open containers where they could hide.  Cut the bushes or branches that are touching or going over the wall of your garden from outside.

Most snakes will go away before you see them, only vipers are standing still like "landmines".

Most accidents happens when people try to kill or to catch a snake. If you know it's harmless just sweep it with a long broom, else safely sprinkle them with water to force them to flee.

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On 4/30/2019 at 8:10 AM, TrueOrNothing said:

Yeah look into you shoes, you could find a centipede too.

In Thailand you need to snake-proof and rodent-proof your house (snakes are looking for rodents): fill or seal any opening bigger than 0.5cm: holes in the garden, gaps and holes in the walls, around the basement, doors and plumbering, down your fence, etc (Use spray foam, and plastic mesh or steel mesh). Keep the grass short, remove piles of wood or junk and open containers where they could hide.  Cut the bushes or branches that are touching or going over the wall of your garden from outside.

Most snakes will go away before you see them, only vipers are standing still like "landmines".

Most accidents happens when people try to kill or to catch a snake. If you know it's harmless just sweep it with a long broom, else safely sprinkle them with water to force them to flee.

How do you "safely" sprinkle them with water? By "sprinkle" do you mean full blast garden hose?

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