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   Undertoad  Friday Mar 1 11:41 AM

3/1: Snake trick

An image similar to this one was one of the first images of the day, and it was about a year ago. And this Ananova story explains, finally, that it's a traditional trick related to the Chinese New Year.

Griff  Friday Mar 1 11:58 AM

I was thinking it would be useful as a homeopathic sinus treatment.

warch  Friday Mar 1 12:37 PM

Excuse me... do you have a tissue? I seem to have a reptile coursing through my skull.

dave  Friday Mar 1 02:14 PM

It's actually a relatively easy trick. I did one once where I inhaled one end of a piece of string and then coughed it out my mouth - nasal flossing!

Then I got a nosebleed. I didn't do that anymore.

gg Ryan Anderson, for putting that dumb idea in my head.

Joe  Friday Mar 1 03:01 PM

Here's another anecdote about one's nasal cavity and the fun you can have there...

Once when I was maybe 4 or 5 years old I found a metal part on the floor of the room where I was taking a nap. Being naturally scientific minded even as a kid, I stuffed the chunk of steel up my nose to see what would happen.

Predictably, I lost it. The metal part that is. No amount of digging would bring it out. It was gone, literally to parts unknown.

Then I had to cough, and after a few tries I hacked it out into my hand, from my *mouth*. I was amazed. I layed back on my mattress, about to finally fall asleep, just the heck...

russotto  Friday Mar 1 03:57 PM

The hardest part about this trick isn't the snake; that takes care of itself. It's trying to get the small roaches the snake eat to climb up your nose so the snake follows them.

Bitman  Friday Mar 1 05:11 PM

Not gross enough

I'd really like to see a 20-30 ft snake, going .. shall we say, all the way through.

Nic Name  Friday Mar 1 05:33 PM

Joe  Friday Mar 1 05:48 PM

I have to say

Snakes have to be some of the most patient, laid back animals on Earth.

I mean, if something 200x my size wanted to lovingly pick me up, gently hold me and then stuff my up it's nose, I'd bite.

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