‘I worry my pet python might be a saboteur to progress my relationship’ – Coleen Nolan

A reader told Mirror’s aunt Coleen Nolan he recently met a new woman and was instantly hooked but now he fears the romance might stop when she meets his pet python Derek that.

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Dear Coleen,

I’m a 48-year-old man and I’m increasingly frustrated as I’ve spent more than a decade living the single life.

I have a passion for trance music and, on a recent occasion, I was introduced to a beautiful woman through a mutual friend.

We immediately bonded and have been seeing each other for a number of weeks.

Things were going very well between us and we decided the time was right for her to stay at my house for a weekend.

I was excited by the prospect, but also a little nervous because I had yet to talk to my new friend about my unusual pet, fearing it would discourage her from staying at my house.

I have a five year old ball python named Derek. Despite his large size, he is extremely calm and composed.

However, I very much know that he seems quite intimidating to people who don’t know him.

My new girlfriend mentioned to me in chat that she doesn’t have any pets, so I was worried Derek might be the one to disrupt the progress of our relationship.

Do you think I’m worrying about this unnecessarily?

What advice would you give? Have your voice in the comments

Coleen Nolan is Mirror’s resident painful aunt

Coleen said

First of all, this is causing you stress and anxiety, and the only way to stop it is to stop procrastinating and tell her about Derek.

Honesty is the foundation of all good relationships, so start as you wish to continue.

I imagine it would be quite difficult to hide a python!

Look, if I really like someone, a pet snake won’t let me down, as long as it doesn’t slither around the house or on the bed while I’m there!

And if you tell her and she’s still happy to come here for the weekend, don’t answer the door with Derek around your neck – make sure he’s safely in his tank.

I guess over time, once she gets to know Derek, she might become quite fond of him, but maybe it’s wise to be sensitive and introduce gradually.

I once went to a friend’s house for dinner and this person had snakes, insects, mice and even a feral cat.

That didn’t stop me from going out to dinner, but I did warn them that if a scarab crawled on me I could risk throwing it across the room, even though no animals were harmed during the meal. dark when it turns. outside!

Obviously you’re as passionate about exotic reptiles as I am about dogs, so I’m imagining that Derek isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. So if he dumps this woman, she’s probably not the one for you.

Good luck.

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