Is your ex a snake? How about an ex-friend?
Why not commemorate them by naming a literal reptile after them?
An Australian zoo launched a competition to give the unlucky in love something to celebrate too this Valentine’s Day—a brown snake (one of the world’s most venomous snakes!) named after your scheming former lover as the top prize.
Run by Wild Life Sydney, the competition requires entrants to explain why their ex deserves it, along with a $1 donation to help fund research and educational programs at the Wildlife Conservation Fund.
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Name a snake after your ex this Valentine's Day! ???? Is your ex a snake? If so, now is your opportunity to cement their ‘snaky status’ by naming a brown snake (one of the world’s most venomous snakes) after them at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo! To enter, simply head to the link in our bio and tell us why your ex deserves to have a snake named after them along with a $1 donation to the @wildlifeconservationfund ???????????????????? Competition entries close 13 Feb 2019 #wildlifesydneyzoo #snake #valentinesday #vday #snakystatus #competition #seeaustralia #darlingharbour
Whoever wins not only gets to name a snake after their ex, but they are also awarded a free annual zoo pass to visit said snake whenever they please.
Many commenters wrote in to say that no snake deserves to share the same name with their ex.
The competition closes on February 13, and the winner is set to be announced on Valentine’s Day.