Having a Burmese would be one of my dreams as well - but it would be most likely just a bad idea in my case. These things can grow huge (and i am a...Teeny Weeny. So, if something happens and I'm alone with the snake, I'm screwed 8D ). Plus, I could never own something that is capable of eating my cat or my partner's rabbit in case of a possible escape from the tank (damn, I can't even handle the mere thought of that).
Therefore...nope. Only playing with gentle stranger-pythons. 8D
This is making me miss my snake... There are few sensations more pleasant than having a snake gliding through your hands. I LOVE the feeling of the scales. Guess I'll just have to go to a pet store and ask to hold some of their babies. XP
Aww, what a lovely scene And the title is even sweeter! This is rather unusuall, seeing such a bond with a snake. They deserve respect so much. I only touched a snake once so far, it was nice but a bit scary
Also, I smiled at the English-German chat you had there. Lol, I only use my native language when seeing a conversation in it, or when an author of an artwork speaks it. English is universal (besides Chinese maybe? Not sure which one is spoken by the majority of people).
Yeah, especially the part where i would talk about fucked up grammar and fuck it up on my own in the same breath. Ehem, well played indeed, Culpeo. Oh well.
You know, i didn't mean to sound too harsh or an anything. If people want to learn a new language: I'm totally behind that, really. Learning languages is cool and you'll always be better off if you're bilingual. Over the years, though, i met some individuals who would overuse the Google Translator only ("look, i know some words of German, ohoho, ik sprekken doitz!" Lol.) and i kind of developed some aversion to it in the process. Online Translators are wonderful if you want to get the sense of what was written there but that should be it. Never use it for actual conversations.
Yeah, I get what you mean (without Google translator, heh). People may be proud of their native language, but forcing someone to use a translator in order to understand them is somewhat impolite. The exception beeing when someone really can't put a sentence in a language other than his native. But I'd rather see an imperfect comment with "sorry, not speak english good", at least the commenter is trying...