Cabinet Hiss

Lost Leads – ep. 10

Lily cocked her head, “did you hear that?”

“A hissing,” replied Sally, “where’s it coming from?”

Lily opened the cupboard. “Cripes, a snake!”

Sally grabbed a broom for protection. “Is it a dangerous breed?”

“Well,” said Lily, “it looks like the snake is exactly 3.14 metres long.”

“What’s that mean?” asked Sally.

“It’s a pi-thon,” replied Lily.

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50 thoughts on “Cabinet Hiss”

      1. Everyone else in comments gets the gag, so I’m really not worried about it. 🙂


    1. Everything around us is rounded to the nearest something. As pi extends, it becomes smaller to the point of irrelevance*. Get out a ruler and find 141.59265359 mm. After 2 decimal points, your pencil lead is broader than the difference from there to the end of pi. Besides, the snake will molt and no longer be funny.

      *For most men, four beers erode enough concern that beauty becomes irrelevant.


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