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Old 04-15-2006, 04:48 AM   #1
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my First coral!!!!!!!!!

well my perameters came out good for the second straight week and I decided to get my first coral, It was a colt coral, I got it for a good price , $24 for a 4'' colt, The Addiction Begins!!!!
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It never ends!!...LOL.
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Congrats Tito. That`s a good hardy coral and easy to frag down the road. TCT said it never stops but it does temporarily when the frying pan hits the back of the head.
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Congrats Tito. That`s a good hardy coral and easy to frag down the road. TCT said it never stops but it does temporarily when the frying pan hits the back of the head.
LOL! That's so true! Once my mom finds out what me and my dad have beeing up to or should i say how much 0.o, "house of flying pans" will be released into the theater with me starring
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Thanx all , the addiction will put you in debt lol
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