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Old 03-17-2012, 09:12 PM   #1
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Beat this

I was doing my saturday water changes in one room while the kids were running in and out. Then as I finish up, 4-yr old comes in and says "come see my room!"

I follow him in and he makes a TaDa gesture to the guppy tank. I first notice that there are some new plastic plants in there in front of all my lovely live plants. I look over to the temporary goldfish tank and notice a dripping wet net. Panic sets in. Where is the goldfish?
Ta Da! In the guppy tank!

OMG.
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Old 03-17-2012, 09:31 PM   #2
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LOL!!! No nets here but my 2yrold knows how to scoop the goldfish up in the pitcher...fortunately, the tanks are deep enough she cant reach them...yet!
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Oh wow. You need to get a lid with a lock, like for reptiles.
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Oh wow. You need to get a lid with a lock, like for reptiles.
Brilliant idea! Or at least put child locks on a cabinet for my nets and food...

Cute Cupcake is now back in the correct tank and seems no worse for the field trip. Whew.
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Old 03-18-2012, 01:16 AM   #5
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that's as bad as my neighbor's tank breaking down and begging me to put his community fish with mine for a good few weeks...i survived a month with a 300% overstocked tank >.> i deserve a medal lol
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