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Old 04-18-2011, 08:05 PM   #11
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its not really inhumane to flush it,seeing as its alresdy dead,but id go with burying it,if i have a fish die because of a mistake i made,i think its the least i can do to give it a proper burial.so id go with burying it.
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I second the burying, although flushing is just as viable. Why not fertilize the garden though?
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I second the burying, although flushing is just as viable. Why not fertilize the garden though?
Cant have a garden. Live in apartments.

And yeah i do feel that that's what i should do. Give him a proper burial for my mistake. Well, im gonna do it right now.
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The fish is dead, he don't need any water. Sorry for your lost
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Old 04-18-2011, 08:27 PM   #15
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The fish is dead, he don't need any water. Sorry for your lost
He lived in water, he'll be buried in water without being in the same place where i do "business"
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