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Old 06-20-04, 10:36 PM   #16 (permalink)
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yay! im rare! i must be expencive! sorry im being so ******** it's late
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and that ****** was ment to be the other word for mentally challanged...that was just weird...
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Old 06-20-04, 11:24 PM   #18 (permalink)
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yay! im rare!
U sure r rare, one of the very few elusive pythonis divalonic 06ixis! (geeze i'm corny but it's 1 in da morn n runnin on 3 hours sleep n i have nuttin better to do lol )
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Old 06-20-04, 11:57 PM   #19 (permalink)
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There aren't many young female herpers for the same reason there aren't many young male estheticians.
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I agree with Katt!! best avoided
Herper pairs are like negative integers and distant heavenly bodies.. they tend to burn brightly at first feeding on each others hot gases, until they supernova cancelling each other out, creating massive holes in the universe
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Hmm.....hey Jeff do you want to start another forum on here? Maybe a dating service for all the single men and women here? Seems like they could really use it!

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Old 06-21-04, 12:14 AM   #22 (permalink)
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There are lots of female herps out there, its just that most of us have already snatched them up
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Old 06-21-04, 01:24 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Well, the only person I know in real life who has a herp is my buddy's weed dealer. All he has right now is a Kenyan Sand Boa but he said he'd gladly trade weed (in a generous portion) for herps. Maybe once I start breeding something I'll take him up on his offer, LOL.

In general though, I don't know many people my age (early 20's) who live on their own and who keep pets. Firstly, students who study in a different place than where they live during the summer would have difficulty transferring pets back and forth. Secondly, fresh graduates tend to live in apartments, which may not allow any pets whatsoever or may specifically prohibit herps. Or, they just might lack the stability/predictability to keep a long-term pet as they really don't know where they'll be a year from now.

Oh well, I'm going to the reptile show in Abbotsford coming up (my first one) and I'll get to see what a lot of herpers are like.
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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!
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What!?!?! Not looking hard enough?!?!?! Well in the aera they're pretty hard, anyways, i have a girlfriend ( which doesnt really enjoy my reptiles much ) at the moment but i was just surprised of how hard you reptile girls are hard to find, where do you hang out? In the trees? Under rocks? Near rivers? Digging in the sand?
Where do herpers (male or female) hang out? The only time I ever meet herpers is through shows or sales. Used to meet some through work before it closed down as well. I think I know just about the same percentage of single herper guys and single herper girls as well.

Although I have to agree with Roy. I'm glad Mike isn't a herper, it keeps balance in our relationship, as well as gives me something that I can have as my own thing. I wouldn't want to be in a relationship with another herper... it just would be disasterous I'm sure :firestart
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i think i know one other serious herper other then myself and she's female, but a little weird, not in a bad way cause we're all weird in someway... but like Linds i only meet other herpers at shows...but, if you think about the percentages there aren't that many of us out there compared to other pet owners...unfortunately
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I have met other herpers at the pet store, reptile shows (obviously) and zoos. I think that there arent that many of us out there, and for the most part, we like to keep our collections to ourselves.
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I don't know any herpers personally, but I have dealt with Chris from Ottawa/Fredricton and Deb damzookeeper (who btw is female), and they were both really cool people. Of course I'm out of the loop for now because my landlord won't let me keep pets I used to have wild pet pigeons who'd visit me every day but they've disappeared They had a nest and an egg on my balcony but my landlord threw it away because they were shitting everywhere. I do agree that there doesn't seem to be nearly as many females out there as males.

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if you think single female herpers are few and far between, try married mom's who are herper's. i'm the only one i know of around here!
im a married mom herper in pa
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Quote"but I have dealt with Chris from Ottawa/Fredricton"

Martin, Did you forget my name?

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