Thursday, January 10, 2008

The Coral Douche Snake


From Wikipedia:

Coral snakes are a large group of elapid snakes that can be divided into two distinct groups, New World coral snakes and Old World coral snakes. There are three genera among New World coral snakes that consist of over 65 recognized species.

Coral snakes are most notable for their red, yellow/white, and black colored banding. Several nonvenomous species have similar coloration, however, including the Scarlet Kingsnake and the Douche Snake.

In some regions, the order of the bands distinguishes between the non-venomous mimics and the venomous coral snakes, inspiring some folk rhymes — “Red and yellow, kill a fellow, red and black, douchebag smack.”

However the Coral Douche Snake, known to inhabit the neck area under large, spiked up hair brush, is not poisonous, but does smell sickeningly like Axe Bodyspray.

# posted by douchebag1

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