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Old 06-06-2011, 10:59 PM   #1441
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lol carey i have a delima can you help?
I don't think she is in any position to give you money...LOL!!
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Old 06-06-2011, 10:59 PM   #1442
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Fish fever has set in. The question is who will get one first? lol
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*cough* (goes dylan and lauren) well were here too......
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Old 06-06-2011, 10:59 PM   #1444
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I don't think she is in any position to give you money...LOL!!

Too funny!!
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I don't think she is in any position to give you money...LOL!!
lol! well here's the issue i need multiple imput im comming across $80 tmrw because im selling an old phone on cl now as you know a fellow member near me is selling a jbj cube for 125 he wants it gone in a few weeks do i save the cash or crack and buy a fish? i really want the tankk my job dosnt start till July 11 and i fear the tank will be gone. i can allways do odd jobs for $20 each week so I'm leanin twords the tank
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Tank! You can always get the fish.
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exactly what im sayin dylan fish arnt that much plus 10-20 a weekend for odd jobs is enough for a fish
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Well...that was easy!
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Old 06-06-2011, 11:10 PM   #1449
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lol i wonder what carey thinks tbh her mts rubbed off on me now my tanks are growin in size in less then a year i worked up to a 24 if i get it...oh god HUKIT is right there gonna get bigger and bigger!
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I vote the tank as well. Fish are easy to get, a good setup, not so easy
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