Email This Post HomeHumorName the Python, Giveaways and Deals… Amy Vansant January 30, 2019 Humor 234 Comments Name the Python Contest! It’s time for me to pick something in the upcoming Pineapple Jailbird (Pineapple Port Mysteries #8) for you to name! How about a snake?! In this book, Charlotte, Declan and the rest of the crew find themselves battling an assassin with a strange weapon of choice: Lethal wild animals! Without giving too much away, one of those animals is a giant python. I want to give the snake a fun name given to it by the killer…though please don’t choose a name TOO dear to you (like your kids’ names), because things don’t really turn out too well for the snake in the end. (It’s his own fault, he’s an invasive species and isn’t supposed to be living in our Everglades anyway!) So for this book’s contest, I’d like you to name this slinky killer! Ten ebook winners when the book is released and one winner of a signed paperback! 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Or maybe “Fluffy”, for the irony. 3 likes Reply Margaret Kelly January 31, 2019 Ssid 3 likes Reply Cecilia Rodriguez January 31, 2019 If the snake is female, you could name her: Echidna, after the Greek mythological: mother of monsters. 1 likes Reply Terri Echols January 31, 2019 If it’s a python, his name has to be Monty! 12 likes Reply Witch January 31, 2019 Definitely 😜 0 likes Reply Witch January 31, 2019 Definitely needs to be Monty, that is 🤣 1 likes Doug January 31, 2019 I was thinking more subtle like Montgomery 1 likes Reply Wendy January 31, 2019 Bananas 1 likes Reply Jeannie Huie January 31, 2019 Spook 1 likes Reply Andrea Stoeckel January 31, 2019 Slinky for the snake…all I can think about is an old slinky we had as kids 2 likes Reply Karen January 31, 2019 Nagini Lord Voldermoert’s pet snake in Harry Potter 0 likes Reply Zarah Robinson January 31, 2019 How about Slytherin? Maybe not all that creative, but certainly something we all recognize. 1 likes Reply Cherie Osier January 31, 2019 Jaxon sounds like an interesting name for our slinky friend. Cornelius is another good name. 0 likes Reply Kay Courtney January 31, 2019 It would have to be Monty Python. 3 likes Reply Julie Howard January 31, 2019 How about Shredder for the name the snake competition. 0 likes Reply Tina Darby January 31, 2019 Delphi or Oracle for Greek mythology 0 likes Reply Connie January 31, 2019 The snake should be named Slick. I am certain he would be written in as a very slick character. 3 likes Reply Nicole January 31, 2019 Jack 0 likes Reply Janice January 31, 2019 I go with Mr. Slithers. 0 likes Reply Taryn Lee January 31, 2019 Tidbit or Crusher (Pineapple references). Or maybe Bubba 0 likes Reply Barbara R Forth January 31, 2019 I would name it Monty the Python! 2 likes Reply Donald Vitz January 31, 2019 I will add support for Monty, otherwise Ruffles 1 likes Reply Pam Potter January 31, 2019 Saffron, Bumble, Hank, Hurley, Hurtle, Lucifer 0 likes Reply Linda Kish January 31, 2019 Our female is Magnolia, Mags for short. The male is Bruce for Bruce Wayne. 0 likes Reply Teresa Williams January 31, 2019 Name the snake Rex for male.Female Margie 0 likes Reply Vanessa Sauls January 31, 2019 Spike sounds like a good snake name! 0 likes Reply Jodi Wresh January 31, 2019 Larkin 0 likes Reply Alexandra Komninos January 31, 2019 I would name the snake, ZEUS. Thanks, Alexandra Komninos Alexandra.email@example.com 1 likes Reply Kathy Schnitz January 31, 2019 Goldie is what I thought of immediately. 1 likes Reply Beth Goldie January 31, 2019 No one in my family is snakey. 0 likes Reply Audrey Bates January 31, 2019 I like Pandora for the snake. 0 likes Reply Lynn Perez January 31, 2019 Fred 0 likes Reply Shirley LOGES January 31, 2019 Burney the Burmese Python. 0 likes Reply Lori Brower January 31, 2019 Denver D (for Denver Dragon) 0 likes Reply Mary Lynne Townsend January 31, 2019 Bubba! It’s a very good Southern name! LOL 0 likes Reply Donna January 31, 2019 Squeezey 2 likes Reply T January 31, 2019 My suggestion is “Slipper” 2 likes Reply Linda Winger January 31, 2019 I think Lemon would be a good name. Sounds harmless….but…… 0 likes Reply Glen w Sewell January 31, 2019 Spot the python sounds good 1 likes Reply Ann Keeran January 31, 2019 Portia of course! 0 likes Reply Kathy Sanders January 31, 2019 Looks like a Pattie to me or Pat for a male. 0 likes Reply Sandy January 31, 2019 Squeeze or Squeek 0 likes Reply Jay Williams January 31, 2019 Jake the Snake 0 likes Reply Rene January 31, 2019 Crusher 0 likes Reply Robin G January 31, 2019 The first name I thought of was Pink. (Not sure if I was channeling Quentin Tarantino or not) 0 likes Reply Judy Johnson January 31, 2019 Spike 0 likes Reply Linda January 31, 2019 Perry the python is his name! 0 likes Reply Fred Casiello January 31, 2019 Stretch 0 likes Reply Opal January 31, 2019 I like pretzel the python or maybe basilisk , basil for short 0 likes Reply Glenda January 31, 2019 Big Worm or Remington (Remi for short) 0 likes Reply Mary January 31, 2019 Sneak 0 likes Reply ME January 31, 2019 Unhinged 0 likes Reply Linda Mercado January 31, 2019 Henry Huggins 0 likes Reply Mary Huffer January 31, 2019 Joe Smiley 0 likes Reply Luanne Forgea January 31, 2019 Pippin the Python has a nice ring to it. 0 likes Reply Kandy Thome January 31, 2019 The first name that came to mind was SSSSSteve. 1 likes Reply Cathy January 31, 2019 I have to say Kaa (from Jungle Book of course) 0 likes Reply Jeannette January 31, 2019 Squiggy, or Squeeze play 0 likes Reply Jackie A Sublette January 31, 2019 I suggest “baby” it just seems to fit… 0 likes Reply marti cargill January 31, 2019 Pythagoras 1 likes Reply Dianne Kimber January 31, 2019 Name of Boa: Squeeze Play or Medusa 0 likes Reply Rebecca January 31, 2019 How about Spot or Cutie Pie? 0 likes Reply AnnMarie January 31, 2019 I once worked for a pet store that had a python name neck….that is where he would try to strike when you took him out of the cage to feed. 0 likes Reply Nikki January 31, 2019 Draco the Slytherin 0 likes Reply George Pajunen January 31, 2019 Looks Like a Fred to me 0 likes Reply Lisa Finch January 31, 2019 Clive. 0 likes Reply Crystal January 31, 2019 If the snake looks like the one in the photo, Goldilocks. Otherwise, Pepper the Python comes to mind. 0 likes Reply Denise M January 31, 2019 Caesar McSqueezer! 2 likes Reply Dana Pratt January 31, 2019 Nothing else works but Monty! 1 likes Reply Mary Kenney January 31, 2019 Spot 0 likes Reply Celeste January 31, 2019 Goldilocks for the color and because it “locks” its victims in a tight squeeze. 0 likes Reply Mary January 31, 2019 Spot 1 likes Reply Tammy S. January 31, 2019 My niece has a python named Mona, so I will stick with a family name. 0 likes Reply Mary Ann Dimand January 31, 2019 Lilith 1 likes Reply Beth Nash January 31, 2019 My Main Squeeze, Main Squeeze or Squeeze are suggestions for the python’s name. 0 likes Reply Leanna Lindquist January 31, 2019 Pickles the Python 1 likes Reply Heather Mitchell January 31, 2019 Medusa, Echidna, Lorelei 0 likes Reply Barbara January 31, 2019 Not a fan of snakes, but here goes… Mr Wiggles, Noodle, George, Buttercup, Sunshine 0 likes Reply Carol Ann Hiller January 31, 2019 Huggles 0 likes Reply Cheryl A Lehsten January 31, 2019 Percival! 0 likes Reply Melanie January 31, 2019 Monty. Duh. 1 likes Reply jennifer beck January 31, 2019 Julius Squeezer 2 likes Reply Tammy January 31, 2019 I was going to suggest “Slick”, but that’s already taken, so I recommend “Goliath”, as pythons are one of the largest species of snake. 0 likes Reply Sheila Lee January 31, 2019 Malfoy- he was a Slitheryn, after all. 1 likes Reply Cecile January 31, 2019 It might be a bit obvious but I have to go with Monty! 1 likes Reply Margaret Lambert January 31, 2019 I would think Pythias would be a good name. 0 likes Reply Anita January 31, 2019 His/her name should be Spot! 0 likes Reply Doug January 31, 2019 Philbert 0 likes Reply Sandra Burns January 31, 2019 Pineapple, after the books. The one I wanted to enter, was already entered. 2 likes Reply Gail McCullom January 31, 2019 That’s what I was thinking! Pineapple Python 1 likes Reply Sarah January 31, 2019 Sunshine 0 likes Reply Judith Anderson January 31, 2019 Slither 0 likes Reply Mary Jane H. January 31, 2019 Twister 0 likes Reply Otto B Alaw January 31, 2019 Squiggles the Python 0 likes Reply Hayley Edwards January 31, 2019 Name for snake Malfoy 0 likes Reply Jana January 31, 2019 Name the snake Slick 0 likes Reply Jana Siverling January 31, 2019 Blondie 0 likes Reply Jana January 31, 2019 Tiny 0 likes Reply Peggy Hopkins January 31, 2019 His/ her name should be Shorty. 0 likes Reply Glen Kline January 31, 2019 I submit the name “Cuddles” for the snake. 1 likes Reply Alicia Torres January 31, 2019 Captain Fuzzy 0 likes Reply Sharon Barber January 31, 2019 Slider 1 likes Reply Deborah Snowden January 31, 2019 I think he looks like a Jack! Not sure why but it was the first name that popped into my head when I saw the picture. Hopefully the Python is a he!! 0 likes Reply Lyn January 31, 2019 Fleix 0 likes Reply Patricia Lard January 31, 2019 Slinky since it slithers down the stairs. 0 likes Reply Julie Daniels January 31, 2019 He looks like a Sid. 0 likes Reply Claire Matturro January 31, 2019 Squeegee 0 likes Reply Angie January 31, 2019 I had a rosy boa named Shaina. Cute and simple. 0 likes Reply Angela Royster January 31, 2019 I think his name should be Rex. 0 likes Reply Deb January 31, 2019 Patty the Python 0 likes Reply Beth Goldie January 31, 2019 The snake name that came to mind was Junko, or perhaps Jinko. 0 likes Reply Debby January 31, 2019 Jasper 0 likes Reply Randy Mccumber January 31, 2019 Kenny Stabler 0 likes Reply Mary January 31, 2019 Name him Jake and then every time someone says his name every one else hollars The Snake! 0 likes Reply Tobyann Aparisi January 31, 2019 Ananas which is Pineapple in many other languages. 1 likes Reply Crystal January 31, 2019 That snake is kind of pretty if snakes can be pretty. Whether its female or male I think I would name that snake. Male females may be pretty on the outside but can be very devious. Ugly is the perfect name for a snake and it makes you laugh too. 0 likes Reply Ricki Crane January 31, 2019 I like Pete 0 likes Reply Gina January 31, 2019 Heavy Weight Giant, Mike Python…. This one doesn’t stop at an ear. 0 likes Reply LVJ January 31, 2019 Bowie or Prince 0 likes Reply Donna Bayar Repsher January 31, 2019 Slinky, or, just for laughs, Ralph for a male, Judy if female. I do have a weird sense of humor when it comes to pet names–I named two of our rescue tiger kittens Bubble & Squeak, and I’ve always told my husband that if we ever got a pet bird, I planned to name it Alan. 0 likes Brian Morgan January 31, 2019 Lee Jackson 0 likes Reply Shirl Halverson January 31, 2019 True Bone 0 likes Reply Debbie January 31, 2019 Pithy the Python. 0 likes Reply Elizabeth January 31, 2019 Parker 0 likes Reply Jennifer January 31, 2019 Petros or Buster 0 likes Reply Silva January 31, 2019 I think a fun name like “Tiny” or “Twinkle” would be good for the dangerous creature. 0 likes Reply Tonia Williams January 31, 2019 Brax for the snake 0 likes Reply Kate Sparks January 31, 2019 Speckles. 0 likes Reply Germaine Harrison January 31, 2019 I would name him Monty. 1 likes Reply shawna January 31, 2019 How about something unsuspecting of it’s actual identify of a python like “cuddles”. 0 likes Reply Carol Knudtson January 31, 2019 Fluffy 0 likes Reply Margene Bonachea January 31, 2019 Darth, because he is an inVADER. 0 likes Reply Cheryl Arcemont January 31, 2019 How about Tennes (tennis) as that is a Ball snake! 0 likes Reply Rev January 31, 2019 These are great fun! I’ll enter Ouroboros.. but Monte tickles me too. 1 likes Reply Deanna Pittman January 31, 2019 I think Ssslyder would work well. 0 likes Reply Shinara January 31, 2019 Medusa if a female. Ophion If a male 0 likes Reply Katrinka January 31, 2019 Lemon Squeeze 0 likes Reply Ashley B January 31, 2019 Knuckles, just because he doesn’t have any. 0 likes Reply Vicki January 31, 2019 Percy Python and btw, pythons are not killers. They don’t attack 😀 We have a diamond python that lives in the roof, very good for eating vermin. 0 likes Reply Kim January 31, 2019 Sly 0 likes Reply PJ January 31, 2019 A male should be Siegfried. A female would be Brunhilde. 0 likes Reply Karen W January 31, 2019 My first instinct was to call him Slink, but then you turned around and referred to him as a slinky snake so I figured I was on the right track but couldn’t get away with that. so how about Amadeus. 0 likes Reply Mary Anderson January 31, 2019 Slick or Goldy 0 likes Reply Darla January 31, 2019 Pat, that can be a male or a female name. Keep them guessing. 0 likes Reply Cheryl January 31, 2019 Sir Pentine 0 likes Reply Wanda January 31, 2019 I would name the snake ‘spit-fire’ or peace Monty is over used… 0 likes Reply Denise Dunlap January 31, 2019 Squeezer or Shedder 0 likes Reply Paul January 31, 2019 Deep Throat 0 likes Reply Nicole January 31, 2019 Female: Marla Jean because southerners love two finest names for girls. Lol Male: Clyde 0 likes Reply Doris January 31, 2019 SLINKY 0 likes Reply Julie Young January 31, 2019 Huggie or Squeeze 0 likes Reply Chili January 31, 2019 Penelope or Cupcake 0 likes Reply Anouk January 31, 2019 Pi, Ouroborus, Tango & Ananasss.. 0 likes Reply Katrina Dehart January 31, 2019 Ruby, Marty, vex, Larry, or jinx 0 likes Reply Alice Smith January 31, 2019 Slither the snake 0 likes Reply Catherine Mathison January 31, 2019 Cuddles 0 likes Reply Anita gomez January 31, 2019 Big Mouth 0 likes Reply Jane W Ballard January 31, 2019 Hector 0 likes Reply Sunnymay January 31, 2019 I came up with four names: Snake Eyes Jacquard (like Jacquard Plaid Fabric) Slither Squeegee 0 likes Reply Lisa January 31, 2019 Arty Fangs or moonpie 0 likes Reply Sunnymay January 31, 2019 Snake Eyes Jacquard (like Jacquard Plaid Fabric) Slither Squeegee 0 likes Reply Phyllis Wengert January 31, 2019 Monty is a great snake name. 0 likes Reply Carol January 31, 2019 Well, my first reaction was the same as several others… Monty, but as I live in Australia and we tend to call all snakes Joe Blake (rhyming slang) and therefore we did have one which was named Josephine as she was a female. I think Cuddles would be rather good for a python or perhaps because the ones we have around here are mostly carpet pythons (because of their markings) Magic would also be quite cute. 0 likes Reply Am carpenter January 31, 2019 great names, I like cuddles, but the name that came to mind to me was Princess, or Pith. 0 likes Reply Grace Henley January 31, 2019 How about Naming the Snake ” SAMIL” , One meaning of this name is: Venom of God 0 likes Reply Debby February 1, 2019 I like Maynard the Mighty Python 😉 0 likes Reply Jean Craven February 1, 2019 Ranger 0 likes Reply Barbara February 1, 2019 The python is Silvia. I like it! 0 likes Reply Barbara February 1, 2019 The python’s name is Silvia. 0 likes Reply Marlene McGhin February 1, 2019 Major William 1 likes Reply Drea February 1, 2019 Ok I think the snakes name should be Ragu. 1 likes Reply Carolyn S Parker February 1, 2019 Obviously a python snake should be named “JAWS” 0 likes Reply Tannie Lowe February 1, 2019 Nagi or Rudy 0 likes Reply Glenda February 1, 2019 Perry Python 0 likes Reply Marilyn Hiliau February 1, 2019 My first thought was Diablo. Then came Penny and Percy. 0 likes Reply Paz February 1, 2019 Sneaky 0 likes Reply Karen February 1, 2019 Ryder 0 likes Reply Catherine Warwick February 1, 2019 Curly Sue 1 likes Reply Aimee Thorpe February 1, 2019 I emailed you also. I had a python named Puck. I had just read Mid Summer’s Night Dream my junior year. 0 likes Reply Lisa February 1, 2019 Bruno or 24kt 0 likes Reply Terry Sutcliffe February 1, 2019 Cyanide :)~~ 0 likes Reply Norma Peramo February 1, 2019 I would name the python Brutus, as he is indeed deadly. 0 likes Reply Anna Budziak February 1, 2019 See someone already said Spot so how about Fido! 0 likes Reply Tammy D February 1, 2019 I’m going with Percy the Python or Cleo. 0 likes Reply Jim February 1, 2019 They call me, “The Squeezable Mr. Py” 0 likes Reply Marce February 1, 2019 Well, the snake you have pictured is adorable and definitely NOT a killer, as it is one of the smallest pythons,. It is a Ball Python, because they curl up into a ball when scared or threatened. I had one of these as a pet for years, her name was “Squeeze”. I rather like that name, or maybe LuLu. 0 likes Reply giannina roy February 1, 2019 pandora 0 likes Reply Nancy February 1, 2019 How about Julius squeezer. Nice snake name. 0 likes Reply BILLIE February 1, 2019 SLITHERIO FOR THE GAME WITHOUT THE DOT 0 likes Reply Jan Sjostrand February 1, 2019 Slither 0 likes Reply Joan Marsh February 1, 2019 Oooohh, pretty. Name for killer python. 0 likes Reply Annettr February 1, 2019 Big Flo or Fluffy 0 likes Reply Jim Bossert February 1, 2019 Jasper. 0 likes Reply Rose Wright February 1, 2019 Jake the snake! <3 0 likes Reply Susan Steinbruegge February 1, 2019 Sabra (it means prickly cactus) it is good for male or female 0 likes Reply Myrto Smyriliou-Zerva February 1, 2019 For the snake I’d suggest the name Asclepius like the Greek god of healing! Or maybe a made up name (by me) for I story I wrote once for a turtle, Toruca. 0 likes Reply MissMomo February 1, 2019 Root. Ok, so this looks like a carpet snake. Carpet snakes tend to have homes underground that they usually steal from other animals. Also, they are Australian, and in Australia “root” is seen as a somewhat vulgar term referring to someone who wants to have sex a lot (basically screw around). Snakes are often seen as screwy folks, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t fun or smart or playful ;] Plus, it’s unisex. 0 likes Reply Angela Yang February 1, 2019 Peter. It would be great if the villain refers to the python as just a regular name so when they see it’s a python instead of a person, it’ll be more shocking! A regular name, imho, is more scary for an assassin snake. 0 likes Reply Diane Rowe February 1, 2019 Muscles!!! 0 likes Reply Teresa Reitnauer February 1, 2019 I would name the snake Huggie 0 likes Reply Carol Dixon February 1, 2019 Phonty 0 likes Reply Angie February 1, 2019 My main squeeze 🐍 0 likes Reply Corissa Palfrey February 1, 2019 I would go with Apep, Apepi, Aapep, or Apophis. All are na!we for the Egyptian God of Chaos who is always represented as a snake. Plus it would correlate to the snakes mischief and I’m sure your villain would like to think of himself or his animals as gods of some sort. 0 likes Reply Ana Cordoba February 1, 2019 Fangs, Choker, Deadly Catherine, Bloody Mary, Scaly Baylee, Gorge the Bottomless Trickster, Slimy Steve, 0 likes Reply Kit February 1, 2019 Squeeze or Wiggled were the first names that came to me. I know how incredibly strong even a medium size snake is, so for a large snake, Crusher, Rock, Rock Crusher, or for a female snake Amazon, would all work. Or Atlas, Hercules, Muscles, even Moby Dick, Jupiter, Zeus, Titan. Noose or Necktie or Scarf because nobody would want the snake wrapped around their necks. Tiny Tim, Little Bit, or PeeWee as irony about size. Mabel or Petunia just for fun. Arnold Schwarzenegger or Conan, because snakes really are extremely strong. Clint, or even Clint Eastwood because sometimes snakes seem to have an almost hypnotic unblinking stare before they attack. Sidewinder, even though that actually only applies to a different type of snake, unless the character who named the snake was a herpitologist with no sense of humor. Wrapper or Rapper, since the snake wraps around its prey. Or the names of any real or fictional rapper could be used for the same pun one step less obviously. I don’t know how much stage names are copyrighted or trademarked or otherwise legally protected, but I am sure that some rappers would be pleased to know that a fictional python was named for them. And minor variants of the names might work just as well in some cases as the actual name of a rapper. 0 likes Reply Michelle Crull February 1, 2019 Percival. It’s alliterative with python (Percival Python). 0 likes Reply Carla J.Moss February 1, 2019 Contest Name The Snake-Black Eye Joe 0 likes Reply Neil February 1, 2019 Eden! -Straight from the garden!!! 0 likes Reply Carl Schoonover February 1, 2019 To combine two mythological names: Damon Pythias. Big or small, boy or girl. 0 likes Reply Aleksandra February 1, 2019 Deadly Pit 0 likes Reply Megan February 1, 2019 Snake names: Slithers Squisher Slickers 0 likes Reply Martina Heitland February 1, 2019 Nathair or Chester! I’m sorry to hear that the snake will not survive…. 0 likes Reply Janet February 1, 2019 “Main Squeeze” sounds like a good name for a python to me. lol 1 likes Reply Julie Siemek February 1, 2019 Slither for the snake 0 likes Reply Valori Dauma February 1, 2019 Chiquita for the coloration. And as a way to honor my son’s lavender banana ball python who recently passed away. 1 likes Reply Martha Callahan February 1, 2019 My first thought was the obvious “Monty,” but having read some of the other suggestions, I also like the idea of a lengthened version, such as “Montgomery” or “Montague” (Romeo’s surname.) It would sort of depend on the depth of the killer’s sense of irony and twisted humor. 0 likes Reply Sharon Leach February 2, 2019 Squeezer, Crusher, Huggies or Big Joe 0 likes Reply Mary Coleman February 2, 2019 Morton the snake 0 likes Reply Denise Wiles February 2, 2019 Leg-O-loss Elf by day, snake by night 0 likes Reply KarenM February 2, 2019 Priscilla Max 0 likes Reply Johanna H Roberts February 2, 2019 Snaggletooth Lemonade would be a good name 0 likes Reply Mary Vogelsong February 2, 2019 No two ways about it, this snake is Evil Constrictor! 1 likes Reply Gina Z. February 3, 2019 Pythagoras the Python… Pythagoras was an ancient Ionian Philosopher, “The teaching most securely identified with Pythagoras is metempsychosis, or the “transmigration of souls”, which holds that every soul is immortal and, upon death, enters into a new body. . He may have also devised the doctrine of musica universalis, which holds that the planets move according to mathematical equations and thus resonate to produce an inaudible symphony of music. ” Both pretty amazing attributes when associated with a snake…. and it’s alliteration! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagoras 1 likes Reply Laura Hull February 3, 2019 Dole (as in the brand of canned pineapple) – it is Pineapple Port after all! 🙂 1 likes Reply Ana Cordoba February 3, 2019 Xena, Hercules, Temptress, Scaly Devil, Killer, Throat Crusher 0 likes Reply Karen Mann February 4, 2019 Sassy, Fear, Yellow Devil. 0 likes Reply Elaine Breault February 4, 2019 Pythagorus, Pythy for short 0 likes Reply Eric Martinez February 6, 2019 Ekans (Pokemon) 0 likes Reply DeQuita Maddox February 6, 2019 Monty Python 0 likes Reply Debbie Bise February 7, 2019 Professor X 0 likes Reply Kit February 9, 2019 Sampson. Sampson was the strongest man before Delilah cut Sampson’s hair, and of course since snakes do not have hair they don’t need to worry about haircuts, and snakes are incredibly strong. Bozo the Clown, as in don’t be a Bozo, a snake like that won’t hurt you, or alternatively because some people are afraid of clowns just like some people are afraid of snakes. Leviathan, meaning either whale or large sea monster, but why not make it the name of a large land monster as well? Fat Boy, or Slim since snakes are long and thin. Rocket, since snakes are fast. My Main Squeeze mostly because I hate the expression when a man calls his wife that. Maybe if the book is widely successful, men will stop calling their wives that. When a man calls his wife his main squeeze, I want to ask him who his side squeeze is, and does his wife have a side squeeze also? Or call the snake Punch Line, and then you can use the snake as the punch line of jokes. 0 likes Reply Cherie Osier February 16, 2019 If he’s evil, how about Lester or Lucifer? 0 likes Reply Vicki Tomaras February 16, 2019 Medusa! 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!