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Old 11-17-2006, 08:17 PM   #11
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lol, thats cool. I think it would be nice to keep this thread going. Dont you?
It would be cool if it was given a sticky(hint hint), but whatever
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Old 11-20-2006, 02:56 PM   #12
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I have an Angelfish named Archie, and had 2 Goldfish named Ying and Yang. (one was white and the other was orange w/ black spots)
Yeah, this would be really good as a sticky!
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Old 11-20-2006, 06:38 PM   #13
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I don't normally name my fish, but the three Panda Corys that I keep in my QT tank, entertain me so much that I call them Larry, Moe, and Curly.
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I call my angel Bob, but I call everyone Bob. sort of like the monty python guy that named his pets eric. At least naming fish makes more sense than naming cats
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I don't like naming fishes, but my sister loves giving them all names. So, I let her take care of the naming department.

Black and White Clownfish: Atlas
Kole Tang: Cooley
3 Chromis: Hercules, Achilles, Odysseus
Sea Star: Patrick
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At least naming fish makes more sense than naming cats
why is that
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LOL!!! i have never seen an unnamed cat that is someones pet
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I have known cats named Cat Kitten and Kitty. They were barn cats though so they were more like staff than pets.

I think naming cats makes more sense than naming fish though. The only name I have for anything aquatic is Quasimodo, my somewhat deformed ACF.
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i have a peppermint bristlenose called Neb (short for Nebula, because he looks like a starry night sky), and my boyfriend has a golden algae eater called Elric (named after an old albino movie star... i don't know, ask my boyfriend :P)

i name all my pets. and i have a lot!
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I was planning on naming my betta something in Japanese. (I know I know, but it's close enough.)

Ryuu - "dragon" or the one I was leaning towards, Yuudai "hero." I'm also planning on naming my shrimps something else in Japanese.

But now I probably won't be getting a betta, but a Gourami instead. I'll probably still name him something in Japanese, but I'll have to rethink the personality. I have a big list of beautiful names and meanings.
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