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Once upon a time there was a sweet, young girl who fell in love with a snake. He wispered in her ear, told her what she needed to hear, and a baby they did make. It wasn't long before that snake was gone, leaving the young girl all alone. So she did what a young girl sometimes must do, she prettied herself and found someone new, and now she sits perched on a throne. That snake woke up alone one day, slithered himself back all the way, and said that he would be true. She looked in his eye, and tried not to cry and told him what he should do. "Go back to where you were before, and don't think of returning anymore, 'cause baby and I are aren't leaving this place, you should've thought about us and how we would feel when you were letting those skanks sit on your face!" So the snake goes home to spend his nights alone, her words echoing in his ear. The snake always wondered if she would change he mind one year. He waited and wondered the rest of his days, and died all alone in a drug filled haze. The moral of the story is to for all of you to hear, If you are a snake like him, you have a fate to fear. Respect that girl who shows you love if you know that she is true, because if you try to snake around this could end up being you!

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1) SWEET. Anonymous

2) Wow! Why can't the snake be a girl and the guy be the sweet person? I am a guy and I got royally screwed over by a female snake. Anonymous

3) Yeah man me too why does it gotta be the guy who is the snke wtf? Anonymous

4) I'm a guy too, so I see your points #2 & #3, but, the sad fact is, the guys have the snakes, and the chicks have the caves they hide in.... Anonymous

5) That deserves a metal! Anonymous

6) Here ya go, #5:

Anonymous

7) Once upon a time, a woman was picking up firewood. She came upon a poisonous snake frozen in the snow. She took the snake home and nursed it back to health. One day the snake bit her on the cheek. As she lay dying, she asked the snake, "Why have you done this to me?" And the snake answered, "Look, bitch, you knew I was a snake." Anonymous

8) It just so happened, that she's a "her". It makes sense for "her" to use "him". Let not gender insecurities blind a simple understanding. The thought above has no absolute emphasis directed to feminism, thus it goes in general (disregarding what reproductive organ one may have). Anonymous

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