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Old 06-20-04, 08:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Why is there so few female herps???

Why are young female herpers so hard to find? I am just wondering where are all the herper chicks hiding!!! There are never singles! How sad!
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Old 06-20-04, 08:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, I'm female and single. Two out of three ain't bad, huh?
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Old 06-20-04, 08:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Most probly find it disgesting, not saying all of them do. But there probly imbrassed? amybe not as crazy as we are coming here everyday to ost about our reptiles haha

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I'm also female, and single. Maybe we should start a club, Hilde There are a ton of hot herper chicks out there, you're just not looking hard enough
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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?
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Old 06-20-04, 08:57 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Herper chicks are weird though. I find the vast majority have something wrong with them. Like a mental disease or something.

People who keep reptiles are whackos anyhow.
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Female herps? Or female HERPERS?? Half my baby snakes every hear are female herps. Totally abundant.

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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!
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Married .. mom... herper... Well I'll be darned - two out of three again!! At least I'm consistent.
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im female young and single...well damn, 3 out of 3!
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and i don't have a mental disease or anything wrong with me...i don't think...wow is that 4 out of 3?
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Female herps? Or female HERPERS?? Half my baby snakes every hear are female herps. Totally abundant.

HAHA! I'll take one out for a night! Not, lol, but you could be extremely generous to me and give me one!

Im young and single, but im male, LOL. 2/3! Yah, I dont know of all that many female herpers. I mean, there are quite of few, but nowhere near as many as there are guys. LOL.

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Old 06-20-04, 10:30 PM   #13 (permalink)
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all the better for the single girls out there...
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Herper chicks are weird though. I find the vast majority have something wrong with them. Like a mental disease or something.
Very True. Many of them shop at Hot Topic, drink beer with names you cannot pronounce and speak to the devil via a crystal ball held by a resin cast dragon named Nythermutem and own a Corn snake named Rasputen and Ball python named Slyther. The rest are married to other herper dudes and completely normal (the rare ones).
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Well, if I were to give a theory:

girls are less into reptiles, they are more of a 'guy' thing (like cars and stereos and whathaveyou). Those who are interested in them usually dabble when they introduced by a boyfriend (hence the lack of single girls) or perhaps when they are settled down and think 'hey, I always wanted to see what it would be like to keep a snake!'.

Guys, on the other hand, seem to think it's 'cool' to keep herps (not all of them of course but a lot of the passers through just pick up a ball python to impress their buddies). Hence the abundance of young single male herpers.

All this notwithstanding, I am a young female herper so I guess I just partly nullified what I said :P

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