Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Want a Pet Snake? - WW

A kindergarten invited some unusual guests to one of its events.
Snakes.
Can you imagine scores of children screaming.....! hehe....

Who wants to hold the snake?


The Fearless 8!


Some children stayed far far away from the snakes, some came forward to touch the slimy guests. :D

Eastcoastlife stood far far away to take photos. :D



My First Commenter - Sasha

40 comments:

  1. Ohh they are so brave! Saw a huge snake when I went to the zoo last year and it made me cringe even when I'm already home hehe

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  2. Sasha,
    There were some brave kids! Boy, were they excited to touch a live snake.

    Congrats for being my FC. :)

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  3. That's a huge snake, and those kids are so brave!

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  4. Woah ...that snake looks familiar. I think I might have met him in Sentosa awhile ago;)

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  5. Ecl,

    Are you afraid of snakes?

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  6. When I was small, it was no big deal for me to hold a snake. But now, I'm very geli of them!

    Raimie is pretty interested to hold one if he is with some brave friends. Otherwise, he'll run behind me! LOL

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  7. What brings you there with the snakes???

    Golden skin Python?

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  8. Actually snakes aren't slimy at all and I had one wrapped around my neck at a biker event last month.

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  9. i love their cute screams! hehehehe

    did you hold the snake too?

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  10. wow huge snake!
    scary wei.. haha..
    but i think i'll go touch it..lol
    should be fun.. haha =D

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  11. btw.. you should really visit redang one day! =D

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  12. You can make a lot of makan out of that snake.

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  13. Those kids are much braver than me!!! It is a beautiful snake though!

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  14. You are so right--brave children! Like Indiana Jones, I don't like snakes!

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  15. Oh, that's very cool!!! Of course, had I been a girl I would've said "Oh, that's very gross!!!' :-)

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  16. I'll join the group that stayed far far away from that slimy snake!!!!

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  17. me wanna touch n take photograph with it too! guess that will make me one of those kids in front? :p

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  18. OMG. They were really having a great time by just looking at the pics. I tried holding one when we went to the zoo but i was not able to smile well...lolz...

    i was freakin scared!

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  19. I hope you read this...

    Like I said, I'm thinking of taking the Mensa test. Just a question...in the Mensa test there won't even be questions in english right? Just pictures and symbols?

    Also are there certain topics that are tested like "progressive matrices" or what?

    Thanks :)

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  20. It would feel very cold touching the snake lol. Look at the snake, so fat across the cross section *scared*

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  21. I think I will stay away but I don't mind touching if there's a lot of people around also touching it. One person cannot do it! So scared! Haha!

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  22. Actually, by right, we should not be afraid of snakes. It's a learned fear. We absorbed this fear when we were small from TV, or real life events or news about snakes attacking and killing people.

    My mom has a phobia of snakes. She would scream even when confronted with a picture of a snake! That's how scared she is of snakes. And when I did a "hypnosis" on her (not real hypnosis just play play) I found out that she had at one time during her younger days accidently stepped onto a snake in the park and the snake attacked her. From then on, the sight of snakes paralysed her.

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  23. I was never afraid of snakes until I wound one around my arm and it began squeezing me. We let it go in the garden and found it climbing our stairs one day. My kids also caught the same snake twice. Then once my husband brought one into show and noticed it had rattles. Now we keep our distance, but just a couple of days ago the neighbors showed us a rattler which had been run over on the street between our houses.
    I'm guessing this one had been recently fed before they took it aroud children1

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  24. Oh my gosh! I would have stayed away from that snake for sure.

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  25. Haha
    I thought the guy should 'force' ECL to have that snake around her neck, than snap a photo :P

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  26. My daughters would have loved to a part of this. :)

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  28. Have a pet snake so that can "eat snake" everyday ah?

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  29. hey, thanks for replying :D

    last question...what is the latest I can register for the MSAT ? ie. the next test is 20 june...can I register the day before? Or much earlier?

    Thanks ^^

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  30. hi hello...
    I was biten already by small one before but I'm still alive and kickin'. I am a survivor in real life's challenge.

    I'm so interested to your blog and happy to visit here everyday. I want to have Xlinks with your blog and now I'm giving you an award ,please visit back later.

    thanks and more power.

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  31. eeww... I dont like snakes. Give me shiver and cringe even just by looking at them. But, I did pose with a snake like the one in yr picture before, also a yellow one. That's was my bravest moment!!

    Those kids are brave.

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  32. Not for me. I hate snakes and anything that resembles one and all creepy crawlies.

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  33. Hi ECL,

    You have been tagged with a personality quiz :) Hope you have fun with it as you discover things you probably already know and get pleasantly surprised with those that you dont :)

    Here is the url: http://emptystreets27.blogspot.com/2009/06/empty-streets-special-personality-test.html

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  34. Oh my snakes again hehehe now kids are following in your footsteps hehehe :)

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  35. Wow, ECL! Kids are fearless! You wouldn't catch me up there! :)

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  36. I admire those school children for being so brave.

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  37. I love such visits from the zoo in schools. Pity we don;'t get this in the past when i was a student.

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  38. Oopsss a snake :(
    On the shots I like it,
    in real life not ;)

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