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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by ignis(f): 1:13pm On Mar 24
The snake looks horrible
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by joepepsy(m): 1:13pm On Mar 24
Do you all live in the forest in that country?
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.
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Fheelzz(m): 1:13pm On Mar 24
Snake will always make fp why grin
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by JayPeeOham(m): 1:17pm On Mar 24
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.


Honku snake dey dey inside pishure decompose ? shocked
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Ghostmode2two(m): 1:18pm On Mar 24
Na coronasnake
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by IamgratefulLord(f): 1:19pm On Mar 24
Why is your living room untidy?? angry tongue
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by nelsoooooo: 1:20pm 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.
kovic one 9 snake
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by friday2011(m): 1:20pm On Mar 24
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.

I hail una, FBI

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by osuofia2(m): 1:20pm On Mar 24
bogdaddy:
Babe you fine oh.
HOPE YOUR EYES IS STILL WORKING WELL
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by destinie2019: 1:21pm On Mar 24
Iyiataata92:
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?

The bad habit of referencing the Ibos or IPOB even when the issue doesn't concern them is counterproductive. It makes it seem as though they intimidate you. Despite the marginalisation and harassment by the military for no just cause, shutting down the borders in the south, harsh business policies, no forex for the businesses they do, etc, their name is always on your lips. They will come out as winners. Watch this space.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Tmb78(m): 1:21pm On Mar 24
IamgratefulLord:
Why is your living room untidy?? angry tongue
Is the pic of his living room there?
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by praiseneo(m): 1:21pm On Mar 24
That looks like a black mamba
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by KimVenom(m): 1:21pm On Mar 24
That Na you and Lala Problem ���
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by IbrahimSkiba(f): 1:21pm On Mar 24
Gwagone:
Lala, new skipping rope is a bae



Mad ooo
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Alwaysachick: 1:21pm On Mar 24
Nairalanders and snakes....this is getting more than the love of lala
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Nobody: 1:23pm On Mar 24
Nairaland guys and snakes are five and six.
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by KimVenom(m): 1:23pm On Mar 24
Help me ask am o
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Sleekmilan01(m): 1:24pm On Mar 24
That's a snake,a long rope like snake
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by donnie(m): 1:25pm On Mar 24
Those ants got no chill. shocked

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by CaseSensitive(m): 1:26pm On Mar 24
This snake, my friend, is 100% a brown boomslang. A bite from that will result to bleeding from all orifices and a subsequent heavy internal bleeding if you don't seek a medical treatment on time. Its slow acting venom can buy you enough time to get help because unlike other venomous snakes like mamba which can kill within 30 minutes to an hour, this one will take your life within 2-4 days.

OP if you can't distinguish between a specie of snake from the other, DO NOT attempt to stamp on a snake again. You are very lucky this time around and if you try it again, especially if its a mamba on a sunny day when the snake is charged up, no matter the size or length, it might just be the last thing you do on earth.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Thegoodone13(m): 1:26pm On Mar 24
Using leg to kill it is a risk.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Merciful77: 1:29pm On Mar 24
Thank God for your life.
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by bagirajoseph: 1:29pm On Mar 24
wow
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by Onebottle: 1:34pm On Mar 24
The name of this snake will be lalasticdamus
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by AmazingELixir: 1:34pm On Mar 24
undecided undecided undecided


Wicked OP you can't even be a good host to a gentle and harmless creature that came to visit you this Corona period, would you have preferred an infected human visitor...people are just wicked for nothing oya gaan eat it naa
Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by bikefab(m): 1:37pm On Mar 24
You stamped on a snake with your foot? Weldone

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by LordAzubuike(f): 1:38pm 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.
From the head, it's not venomous. It's definitely a specie of rat snake (not rattle snake, I said rat snake). As the name suggests, rat snakes feed on mice and insects.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by joyfullyjoyous(f): 1:40pm On Mar 24
There's a plant that wards off snakes. If possible u may plant it in your compound as members of it's family may be close by.

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by kiddoiLL(m): 1:41pm On Mar 24
OP you're very very lucky, thank your God...
You stamped on a boomslang with your feet?
you saw it as a small snake and harmless abi?

That's a Boomslang, they're called Tree snakes also because their hiding places are on trees, they're tiny so the can easily camouflage with branches and twigs without being spotted.
Boomslangs are among Africa's highest venomous snake, so next time please don't be stupid enough to think you can attack any snake with your feet.
You got lucky this time. Thank your God once again.
The stuffs I've seen on Nat Geo Wild bout this snake ain't something you'd want to go through.
Peace

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Re: The Snake I Killed In My House This Morning by ALABACONNECT(m): 1:46pm On Mar 24
Oh how I hate this little things

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