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Old 06-22-2005, 09:32 PM   #11
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my fancy is tickled alright...
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Now thats a tank!
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Did you note that it's great for a strip joint? LOL..... maybe some topless mermaids or something.
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yeah, this world is missing more topless mermaids, gosh darnit :P
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how about mermans for us girls!! woohoo!!
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how about mermans for us girls!! woohoo!!
They would still only be "topless" nonetheless.... Tough luck!! HEHEHE

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You see, women can appreciate a topless merman, we have imagination!
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Would you settle for a 10-gal tank with Penguin bio-wheel filter?
I would how much for shipping? or is that FREE also? lol

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Actually, my sister just took the small tank, but I want you to go to the forum "How did you get your handle," and tell me how you got labeled "Virus!" That should be an interesting story.
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hey man, we girls have vivid imaginations... :P
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