Here in Central Florida, once a dangerous and invasive snake escapes, the natural thing to do is create some sort of parody social media account.
For the second time in two years, authorities are searching for a deadly cobra
that has gone missing in Ocala, Florida, and of course, there's already a damn parody Twitter account.
is the latest snake-centric Twitter account to join the already robust list of cobra-related accounts.
Back in 2015, an 8-foot king cobra named Elvis went missing for nearly a month from Mike Kennedy's Dragon Ranch in Orlando, and, of course, an avalanche of parody accounts followed suit.
Some of them were pretty good
, and some were pretty bad.
But when they finally found Elvis five weeks later under a neighbor's dryer, it was reassuring to know that not only was a dangerous snake found and captured, but these parody accounts would slowly, finally die off.
But, because time is a flat circle, here we are again. New snake. New Twitter account. Let's hope this one is up to the task.