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A Mr. Show with Bob and David inspired take:

Snakes on a Taint!
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Worms on a Platter
Rubber Tarantulas at a Clam Bake
Lobsters on the A Train
Maggots on a Zebra Carcass
Fleas on a Doberman
Tabasco Sauce on Succotash
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Snakes vs. Leprechaun
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sNAKES give me insomnia
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snakes on a plane

In a heated arguement, if one cannot sufficiently defend themself, stating "snakes on a plane" automatically wins the arguement no matter what the circumstances.

Dude 1: "Robocop 2 is way better than Robocop 3"
Dude 2: "But Robocop 3 had robot ninjas and jetpacks"
Dude 1:"You know what, snakes on a plane.....snakes on a MaFn plane"

An idiom which states an increasing amount of danger or tension, similar to "the shit's hitting the fan" only much more terrible and apocalyptic. The phrase is partly ironic, as if to exaggerate the rather mild (though hilarious) premise of the "Snakes on a Plane" movie starring Samuel L Jackson, which has snakes on a plane.

"How bad was the motorway pile-up?" "Let me tell you, it was like snakes on a plane down there."

"How's your relationship with Chloe going?" "It's getting close to being like snakes on a plane man, seriously." "Damn, dude."
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"SnakeBalls"
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