Skip to comments.Florida Shop Makes Coronavirus Face Masks From Python Skin
Posted on 04/23/2020 12:36:01 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Across America, people are making coronavirus masks with everything from t-shirts and pillowcases to vacuum cleaner bags.
Because its Florida, one guy is using python skin.
Brian Wood, owner of All American Gator Products in Dania Beach, is crafting decorative mask coverings from the skin of the Burmese python, the infamous invasive species wreaking havoc on the native wilidlife of the Everglades.
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Some people say designer masks will be the big thing in the fall.
These people are a@@@@@es
I hear they make really good ones in Brooklyn.
LOL I see what you did there.
lol, what, the second thing?? They do.
Yknow, my python mask is too tight, I couldn’t get it off last night
The woke wear their masks illustrating their obedience to their big government leaders.
Yep. Obedient doggies right up until the moment they are shot for breaking one of their leaders’ rules.
“The woke wear their masks illustrating their obedience to their big government leaders.”
Neat idea, but I’m thinking a mask made of natural material would end up being way too hot. How would you keep it clean without ruining that snaky look? Ivory Liquid?
Last impression, don’t wear that in certain neighborhoods, ‘cause it may get stolen.
Done, I'm the mayor of realsville
$90 for a mask from a creature thst squirms in a diseased swamp? Go to Walmart, buy a yard of snake or alligator print fabric and some elastic. Just saved $80. You’re welcome!
You got..... stinkface. ;)
“Done, I’m the mayor of realsville “
LOL! You are not Rush!
For some reason, that picture turns me on.
may explain a few of my issues
Damn. You beat me to it.
If you were to wear it in front of your face.
Could it be called a “ForeSkin”?
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