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Old 01-28-2012, 12:36 AM   #1
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reef addictions

so i don't know if this is the right place to post this or not but it is reef talk but its more about what would you rather have a reef addiction or a smoking addiction. in the long run i bet you the reef addiction is much cheaper.

i myself have never smoked so i deserve this :P

heres mine, not so much a reef yet unless you call the little polyp i have growing on the top rock

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Definitely a cool tank.
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:53 AM   #3
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its not bad, i kinda wish it was bigger and that i didn't get a bow front, finding a light fixture was a pain
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I'm sure it's not the last tank you'll ever buy and the next one will be bigger. Thanks for mentioning the bow front thing. I was thinking of going that route for my next one but you've changed my mind.
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Very nice, I like your Clownfish!
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so i don't know if this is the right place to post this or not but it is reef talk but its more about what would you rather have a reef addiction or a smoking addiction. in the long run i bet you the reef addiction is much cheaper.

i myself have never smoked so i deserve this :P

heres mine, not so much a reef yet unless you call the little polyp i have growing on the top rock
I think your wrong. If its a true reef addiction it can be much more expensive. You always getting that bigger tank
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It is healthier to have a reef addiction so it becomes less expensive in the end.
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That's only if you run into health problems, lots of smokers outlive perfectly healthy people. And if your not careful a reef tank can destroy your house with mould or even a broken tank. Lots of water damage. So again I disagree. On the other hand I don't smoke either, don't know why I'm trying to justify it.
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i have both addictions too and the aquarium addiction is MUCH more expensive. lol
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