Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Python Knows How To Open Doors

20 comments:

Basil said...

I won't be sleeping tonight.

Amartel said...

Oh, shit!

Nicola Gossips said...

First fast moving zombies, now this. The stuff of my nightmares.

saucyjane said...

This is why I insisted on round doorknobs.

Comma Chaser said...

"I'M SICK AND TIRED OF THESE MOTHERF*****G SNAKES ON THESE MOTHERF*****G DOORKNOBS!!!"

Nope, doesn't quite work.

crila16 said...

...and I thought the cockroach I found last night was scary.

Dazlondon said...

Now we know who strangled her husband while she was conveniently out of the country

Dazlondon said...

Now we know who strangled her husband while she was conveniently out of the country

Layna Day said...

This looks fake.

MISCH said...

Shit....

Tempestuous Grape said...

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When the snake just falls on the floor :::thud::: I started crying laughing. Oh man, so unexpected. Thanks, I needed that today.

texas rose said...

Someone in the closet obviously propped the snake up on the handle. May even have turned latch and stepped back into closet. Fake.

Popnursing said...

Every time I get suckered into watching an Enty video I feel bad about myself afterwards. They suck so bad - always!

MadLyb said...

Well that was horrifying.

Mary Ann said...

This python was named Julius. She died a couple of years ago. She had her own page on Facebook, and still has many fans. This video was real. It was posted a while back and reposted yesterday.

DontRainOnMyPrada said...

Thank you Mary Ann- it does look plausible to me.,,looks like it had probably been trained to do that (?)

Nichole said...

I used to have pet pythons ...they can definitely support the front 3/4 of their body weight on the back 1/4 as long as they have something to lean on. Mine used to like to climb up my sliding glass doors...so, I don't think it is fake.

Solitary Angel said...

I have a 17-foot Burmese Python, and she likes to go up the wall as far as possible and then she just "stands" there for a few minutes; when she tires of it, she'll thump back to the floor. Non-snake owners/lovers have no idea how much personality snakes actually have, and it makes me sad. They are affectionate, have their own little quirks just like any furry animal, and they definitely respond to the people they love most. :)

mygeorgie said...

Sorry Solitary Angel, I was just going to say....why the FFFF does anyone have a python as a pet?!! Damn you Enty, how can I unDO that?!

*Taking TWO sleeping pills tonight & tucking bed sheets, all four sides, like a sealed envelope*

Solitary Angel said...

@ mygeorgie: LMFAO!! ;)