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Funny captions thread

By JohnnyPinball007

2 years ago


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    #12301 4 months ago

    I’m still laughing at the “vemomous”.
    I don’t have a dog in this fight, but if you’re trying to be pedantic it just struck me as funny to keep that in the screenshot.

    #12302 4 months ago

    LTG : )

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    #12303 4 months ago

    Yes it’s funny how qwerty keyboards work!

    Quoted from No_Pickles:I’m still laughing at the “vemomous”.
    I don’t have a dog in this fight, but if you’re trying to be pedantic it just struck me as funny to keep that in the screenshot.

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    #12305 4 months ago

    Went off to college with my 6 foot boa constrictor pet. My roommate in the dorm didn’t like snakes but I assured him it was harmless. At night put the snake in the cabinet with a heat lamp above my clothes closet. In the morning found the cabinet door ajar and the snake was gone!

    My roommate and I looked everywhere for the snake that morning….under the beds, under the desks, behind the clothes in the closets. Under the blankets on the beds. We thought we had looked everywhere….then I lifted the pillow on my roommate’s bed. There was the snake neatly coiled up under his pillow.

    I got rid of the snake. Duh.

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    #12309 4 months ago
    Quoted from JethroP:

    Went off to college with my 6 foot boa constrictor pet. My roommate in the dorm didn’t like snakes but I assured him it was harmless. At night put the snake in the cabinet with a heat lamp above my clothes closet. In the morning found the cabinet door ajar and the snake was gone!
    My roommate and I looked everywhere for the snake that morning….under the beds, under the desks, behind the clothes in the closets. Under the blankets on the beds. We thought we had looked everywhere….then I lifted the pillow on my roommate’s bed. There was the snake neatly coiled up under his pillow.
    I got rid of the snake. Duh.

    Sounds like cat behavior to me. Snuggle up with the least interested person in the room

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    #12315 4 months ago
    Quoted from ZooDude:

    but please remember, there's no such thing as a poisonous snake, poison is when you eat it, venom is when it eats you.

    One exception is the garter snake (Thamnophis), which is small and harmless in terms of its bite but is toxic to eat because its body absorbs and stores the toxins of its prey (newts and salamanders).

    #12316 4 months ago
    Quoted from DanQverymuch:

    Yes, this is why the internet sucks... when you are wrong! I think it's awesome! I'm having loads of fun! And we were given the green light to be as off topic as we want a few pages back, try to keep up!

    The reason the internet sucks is when people are wrong they can't bring themselves to admit they are mistaken.

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    #12335 4 months ago

    Hahaha!

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    #12340 4 months ago
    Quoted from WJxxxx:

    One exception is the garter snake (Thamnophis), which is small and harmless in terms of its bite but is toxic to eat because its body absorbs and stores the toxins of its prey (newts and salamanders).

    Thanls Google

    #12341 4 months ago

    "Thanks"

    Thanks spellcheck

    #12342 4 months ago

    You suggesting you didn't copy that and rewrite it like it was your own words? Lame!

    According to biologists, the term venomous is applied to organisms that bite (or sting) to inject their toxins, whereas the term poisonous applies to organisms that unload toxins when you eat them. This means that very few snakes are truly poisonous. The vast majority of snake toxins are transferred by bite. One exception is the garter snake (Thamnophis), which is small and harmless in terms of its bite but is toxic to eat because its body absorbs and stores the toxins of its prey (newts and salamanders).

    Poisonous animals include most amphibians (that is, frogs, toads, salamanders, etc.), which carry around some amount of toxins on their skin and within their other tissues, such as the highly toxic poison secreted by various poison dart frogs. These chemicals are strong enough that they can be deadly to humans, so you would be wise to keep these creatures off your menu.

    #12343 4 months ago
    Quoted from Dee-Bow:

    You suggesting you didn't copy that ?
    According to biologists, the term venomous is applied to organisms that bite (or sting) to inject their toxins, whereas the term poisonous applies to organisms that unload toxins when you eat them. This means that very few snakes are truly poisonous. The vast majority of snake toxins are transferred by bite. One exception is the garter snake (Thamnophis), which is small and harmless in terms of its bite but is toxic to eat because its body absorbs and stores the toxins of its prey (newts and salamanders).
    Poisonous animals include most amphibians (that is, frogs, toads, salamanders, etc.), which carry around some amount of toxins on their skin and within their other tissues, such as the highly toxic poison secreted by various poison dart frogs. These chemicals are strong enough that they can be deadly to humans, so you would be wise to keep these creatures off your menu.

    Where have I said I didn't copy it?
    I also didn't re-write it - it is an EXACT copy from the text you quoted .

    I knew the information anyway, but couldn't recall the precise example, hence looking for the detail.
    I learnt the information originally from my cousin who is a herpetologist at Chester Zoo, but have also had it reinforced from the link I posted, and the quote.

    #12344 4 months ago

    A day late and a dollar short. Nice try tho!

    Strong work!

    #12345 4 months ago

    Haha that’s Clinton Portis. He used to wear crazy goofy shit to his pressers all the time when he played for the redskins.

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    #12346 4 months ago

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    Maybe it's time to start a thread devoted to 'discussing' you enthusiasm on this non-germane topic, and return this thread to its focus on funny captions

    #12347 4 months ago
    Quoted from Rodent:

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    Maybe it's time to start a thread devoted to 'discussing' you enthusiasm on this non-germane topic, and return this thread to its focus on funny captions

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    #12349 4 months ago
    Quoted from jeffspinballpalace:

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    I really get a kick out of this one.

    Thank you.
    LTG : )

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