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The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Biodun1929(m): 7:58pm On Mar 23
Who knows the name of this snake? I killed it in my house this morning. It is very small...like the size of a long earthworm...I would say just about 10 inches long.

I stay in a 4 bedroom bungalow, and I left the living room empty, as I only use two out of the rooms in the house (I stay alone). So, this morning, I went out to buy something and as I walked in through the kitchen door and into the living room, I saw the thing staying still in the living room. (From the way it was positioned, I could tell it came in from the guest toilet). At first I thought it was dead, cos I keep a bottle with Sniper by the guest toilet. I thought maybe the thing affected it or so, and it died. I stood still myself and watched it. Next thing, I saw the head move slightly. I didn't want to leave its sight, so I grabbed a broom nearby and threw it at it. It hit it and it started struggling to move on the tiled floor and get towards the toilet...but it couldn't move well on the tile. I ran towards it and stamped it out a few times with my leg. It kept moving around. I picked up the broom and hit it on the head a couple of times till it stopped moving.

I won't lie, even though the snake was tiny I was a bit scared. After killing it, I cleaned my whole house within minutes. Lol. Thank God I don't have much in the house, so there is really no hiding place. After clearing every corner, I poured sniper in every corner and went out. I just came back, hoping to meet a dead snake or something, but I guess that snake was the only one that came in.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Herolly: 8:00pm On Mar 23
Ftc

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Gwagone: 8:01pm On Mar 23
Lala, new skipping rope is a bae

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by JAOS(m): 8:05pm On Mar 23
LALA do your job

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Deltayankeeboi: 8:10pm On Mar 23
A snake that you killed this morning has already decomposed to this extent. Just within 24hours.

You guys will be stealing dead snake pictures online to post on Nairaland so you can make front page.


Very disgusting and creepy pictures.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by PremzY002(m): 8:17pm On Mar 23
space booked
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by daddytime(m): 8:18pm On Mar 23
A rat snake

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Gracealone: 8:21pm On Mar 23
Is Nairaland a land of snake lovers or haters?

Or just love snake news, any thing on snakes, any type.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Biodun1929(m): 8:22pm On Mar 23
Deltayankeeboi:
A snake that you killed this morning has already decomposed to this extent. Just within 24hours.

You guys will be stealing dead snake pictures online to post on Nairaland so you can make front page.


Very disgusting and creepy pictures.

Bro, I have better things to do with my time/life than make up stories. After killing the snake, I took it outside, and I went straight to clean my house. I came back about an hour later to find ants all over it. That's when I took the pictures.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by iamDrRhymes(m): 8:22pm On Mar 23
I think it's a bush snake, not poisonous. Not sure though

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Officialgarri: 8:26pm On Mar 23
Biodun1929:


Bro, I have better things to do with my time/life than make up stories. After killing the snake, I took it outside, and I went straight to clean my house. I came back about an hour later to find ants all over it. That's when I took the pictures.
Why do you even have to reply him?

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Iyiataata92: 8:27pm On Mar 23
All these people killing snakes everyday on Nairaland keep giving ipobs reason to believe that Nigeria is a zoo.
Must you guys always kill snake?

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Iyiataata92: 8:29pm On Mar 23
Biodun1929:


Bro, I have better things to do with my time/life than make up stories. After killing the snake, I took it outside, and I went straight to clean my house. I came back about an hour later to find ants all over it. That's when I took the pictures.
Then you came back to take pictures of the snake and post it on Nairaland?

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by jayson87: 8:30pm On Mar 23
Snakes coming into the house through soakaways and toilet sinks. God help us

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by TheGiftedOne(m): 8:36pm On Mar 23
Gwagone:
Lala, new skipping rope is a bae

People are damn funny on NL. Una no go use laugh finish me

grin grin grin

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by PrincessB1(f): 8:57pm On Mar 23
Gwagone:
Lala, new skipping rope is a bae
Oh! yes grin

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Biodun1929(m): 9:08pm On Mar 23
Officialgarri:

Why do you even have to reply him?

True, I should have just ignored the dude.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by tooth4tooth: 9:22pm On Mar 23
Snake thread
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Lynx001: 9:26pm On Mar 23
snake xenzia. sciefintic name lalascatus lalaticla.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by MickzyDonald(m): 10:10pm On Mar 23
This is a snake nah lipsrsealed
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by ABBANETSOLUTION: 10:35pm On Mar 23
Hello Nairalanders,

Sorry to deviate a bit from the topic.
Please anyone with that funny meme where one village black guy with gap teeth sitting down and taking a bottle of dry gin, kindly share with me.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by punisha: 5:55am On Mar 24
Abeg where u see sniper buy?
I need some bottles of the damn thing.
I have been doing corona bulk buying but can't find a single bottle of sNiper.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by bogdaddy(m): 7:00am On Mar 24
Babe you fine oh.
PrincessB1:

Oh! yes grin

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Biodun1929(m): 9:09am On Mar 24
punisha:
Abeg where u see sniper buy?
I need some bottles of the damn thing.
I have been doing corona bulk buying but can't find a single bottle of sNiper.

I always buy from same place I buy my chicken feed and pesticides. I live in Ibadan.
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by olamidedivotee(m): 9:12am On Mar 24
Lalasticlala

Food is ready

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Sultty(m): 1:12pm On Mar 24
Let's call lala, he's d snake master. He should know d name

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by free2ryhme: 1:12pm On Mar 24
Biodun1929:
Who knows the name of this snake? I killed it in my house this morning. It is very small...like the size of a long earthworm...I would say just about 10 inches long.

I stay in a 4 bedroom bungalow, and I left the living room empty, as I only use two out of the rooms in the house (I stay alone). So, this morning, I went out to buy something and as I walked in through the kitchen door and into the living room, I saw the thing staying still in the living room. (From the way it was positioned, I could tell it came in from the guest toilet). At first I thought it was dead, cos I keep a bottle with Sniper by the guest toilet. I thought maybe the thing affected it or so, and it died. I stood still myself and watched it. Next thing, I saw the head move slightly. I didn't want to leave its sight, so I grabbed a broom nearby and threw it at it. It hit it and it started struggling to move on the tiled floor and get towards the toilet...but it couldn't move well on the tile. I ran towards it and stamped it out a few times with my leg. It kept moving around. I picked up the broom and hit it on the head a couple of times till it stopped moving.

I won't lie, even though the snake was tiny I was a bit scared. After killing it, I cleaned my whole house within minutes. Lol. Thank God I don't have much in the house, so there is really no hiding place. After clearing every corner, I poured sniper in every corner and went out. I just came back, hoping to meet a dead snake or something, but I guess that snake was the only one that came in.


Wetin be dis sef

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by OgbanjeProphet: 1:13pm On Mar 24
Make una dey practice neatness, una no go gree. Una go dey wait for your-ever-busy wives and girlfriends to come and clean for una.

You killed it and cleaned your rooms immediately with sniper


So where did those insects feeding on that unfortunate snake carcass came from? I don't mean that you are dirty oohh, but I am sure that something in your compound that should not be there attracted the snake to your rooms.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by AntiWailer: 1:13pm On Mar 24
u killed it or the ants ?

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