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As you may now, I used to have a pet snail named Hermy that laid a bunch of eggs. Hermy died and yesterday Hermy's last child in my possession, Mr. Snail, died for unknown reasons. Mr. Snail refused to eat anything but fish flakes but otherwise appeared to be in good health.
As of now, Mr. Snail's corpse is in my freezer. I want to bury him at home, but I won't be going there for a while and I'm afraid that my roommate might be somewhat distressed when he finds a dead snail in the freezer. What can I do to give Mr. Snail a proper funeral?
flush it down the toilet or throw it in the trash are not acceptable responses
a saltwater burial
I'm afraid that my roommate might be somewhat distressed when he finds a dead snail in the freezer.
I am quite distressed to know that you placed a dead snail in the fridge...
Anyway, have you tried the local park? That sounds like the only reasonable solution to me.
Bury him under a tree or set him in a flower pot.
I didn't bury my turtle when he died young from an eye infection. It totally sucked that he went. I took him down to the river and put him under some leaves and branches on a dirt hill next to a sideways growing tree.
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At 9/29/12 01:06 AM, RyanBustersword123 wrote: I am quite distressed to know that you placed a dead snail in the fridge...
Snails stink like hell when they die. I couldn't just leave him sitting around.
I remember Hermy, from a pic you posted once. I'm sorry to hear about Hermy and Mr. Snail. But you can't just keep him in the freezer.
At 9/29/12 01:06 AM, Sensationalism wrote: Bury him under a tree or set him in a flower pot.
These really seem like your best options.