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Reaching into the LFS dryrock bin... felt something squishy...

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Oh i forgot to mention. He said years ago, they lost a Boa and 5 days later a customer reached into the bin and found the snake!!! They also lost another snake and found it a few days later living in a (now empty) bird cage.


They no longer sell snakes.:D
Wow. Those are the kinds of stories you keep to yourself no? Boss would have a meltdown overhearing that lol
 

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If it was squishy not dead yrs ago but in the last couple of days. You saved the store from an awful smell
 
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Over all it was hard/stiff. But the furry grossness was still intact. He pulled it out by the tail and it stayed straight. Yummy :p
Dead for a while. At least you found lunch
 

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