Monday, March 28, 2011

This is why I read the English papers. The subtle understatement amuses me.

Background: There is a missing Egyptian cobra at the Bronx Zoo.

Worryingly, experts say the cobra is likely to make itself know again when it becomes thirsty... or HUNGRY.


Wildernesschic said...

We are masters at it xx

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Ms. Moon said...

I have to say that the fifteen minutes that it takes to die of cobra-bite would have to be the worst fifteen minutes of your life.

drollgirl said...

prettttty glad i am nowhere near that zoo. lol

mrs. miss alaineus said...

maybe the adolescent cobra snuck off to sneak a smoke...


Christina @ Fashion's Most Wanted said...

Unbelievable! It still makes me smile that you read the Daily Mail xx

Young at Heart said...

yes as ever we stoically avoid panic, personally I keep calm..........and run for the hills!!

mrs. miss alaineus said...

maybe they want to warn their countrymen just in case the snakes are on a muthafuckin plane?


Sarcastic Bastard said...

Masters, indeed, love.

Ms. Moon,
Oddly, they are the only snake I find semi-cute. Not sure why. They fascinate me.

Me too, babe. Me too.

Mrs. Miss A.,
Sound plausible to me, man.

Every DAMN day. Love that paper.

Young at Heart,
I'd run my ass off from a snake!

Mrs. Miss A.,
Any comment that quotes Samuel Jackson is a winner with me. I HERO WORSHIP AND ADORE him, especially since I saw he is a UGA football fan. Me too!

Love to all my bitches,


Syd said...

I am not fond of snake bites.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

And I am NOT FOND of snakes. I have an actual phobia.