This is how we roll in Oklahoma: Man gets bit in face by snake, neighbor comes to deal with the snake with hammers

We got all kinds of critters here in Oklahoma: Bunnies (good critters!), armadillos, snakes, scorpions, raccoons, June bugs, cicadas, etc.

Along with firearm protection (to deal with criminal critters), we keep a BB gun and sand shovel handy to deal with the annoying scorpions and snakes. I’ve killed many scorpions with the sand shovel – as well as with a good old stompin’ from my boots.

A scorpion I killed with a shovel…

And our domestic cat critters have also come in handy when dealing with snakes and cicadas!

My “Baby” with his snake capture

Yet a local man took a different approach when dealing with a snake (a pretty good-sized one) that bit a man on the face on his front porch.

This is life in Oklahoma!

Video is NSFW due to foul language. And the snake doesn’t survive.

DCG

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Alma
Alma
1 year ago

❤️ love it, couldn’t get any more “red neck” after this one, those Oklahoma people are not afraid to tackle evil.

Alma
Alma
1 year ago

Long long ago I was bitten by a scorpion, Papa took care of the critter and lotsa garlic on the wound did the trick, just a lit’l scar that has since disappear.

Alma
Alma
1 year ago

Venom from the blue scorpion only found in a certain region of Cuba, has anti cancer properties for certain types of cancer.

TrailDust
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Alma

What a wonderful discovery!

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
1 year ago

DCG, you must be so proud of your Baby!

TrailDust
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Let’s hear a cheer for cats!

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago

You should tell them about the insects that are as big as B-52’s. I remember wading through swamps there with Cotton Mouths slithering all over the place.

If the humidity or the tornadoes don’t get you the snakes might.

TrailDust
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Lophatt

Glad that snake was not poisonous.

Jackie Puppet
1 year ago
Reply to  DCG

They grow bigger because the weather’s warmer.

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  Jackie Puppet

It is muggy. I grew up in Sacramento where it was over a hundred most of the summer. It didn’t hold a candle to Oklahoma at 85. It must be 100% humidity. It’s like swimming in gravy.

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  DCG

When I was in the Army there at Fr. Silly I woke one morning to find a preying Mantis that must have been a foot long on my chest. I screamed!

CalGirl
CalGirl
1 year ago

My cats have cornered scorpions, harmless lizards, and snakes (and sadly, toads). My son has had to “sneak up on” a Pacific Coast GRAND-DADDY-sized rattler to kill it with a PA coal shovel I gave him ( flat-edge—perfect for snake-killing) as it tracked into his backyard his tiny puppies and his 2-yr-old child……BUT, my HEROINE is a 90-yr-old-something neighbor of my mother (mom since deceased), who, while gardening in her little retirement front yard in Florida, was bitten on the hand by a Pygmy Rattler. She picked up the offender and, BIT HIS HEAD OFF with her teeth!!!!!!! She survived.… Read more »

Chemtrailssuck
Chemtrailssuck
1 year ago
Reply to  CalGirl

Wow!! LOL! That is awesome…..plus she could use the snake’s head for antivenin! Should have nick named her “Mongoose”!

Steven Broiles
1 year ago

Wow that was one nasty snake! I’ve been spared the misfortune of ever having been bitten by any kind of snake (thank God), but I’ve never heard of a snake biting anyone in the face! I always thought they went for the hand, arm, leg or foot.

One of my favorite W.C. Fields’ quotes: “I never drink unless I see a snake. Which I also keep handy.”