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Ties, made from real (or fake) deceased snakeskin.
Patterned Pythons; Rough-scaled Rattlesnakes; Vivid
Vipers; Enormous Anacondas and, of course, the
No need for fancy knots. Out taxidermy staff fit them
internally with a slinky spring so they behave in a very
when they're looped around your neck.
Not everyone's idea of casual fashion. Vive la
[xandram, Feb 15 2013]
||Shouldn't these be made available in some foreign country or other that each subsequent annotator can mention, along with praising the idea on its obvious merits? e.g. "What a great idea - I once saw one of these whilst working overseas in Uruguay."
||No. Definitely not. I would rather they just look like real
||I saw a tie a few days ago, with what looked like a woven
pattern on it. It looked very nice, and got me thinking
about tie patterns. I've always liked the look of
Amethystine Pythons and the other big constrictors.