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Old 09-06-2011, 11:51 PM   #1
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Multiple Tank Syndrome! I'm addicted, there are so many fish that I want to keep






I only have space and time for one 65 gallon tank.

But after visiting my LFS, I saw several fish that I would love to own and keep.

This hobby is addictive.
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Old 09-06-2011, 11:55 PM   #2
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I only have space and time for one 65 gallon tank.

But after visiting my LFS, I saw several fish that I would love to own and keep.

This hobby is addictive.
Oh no! Not mts! It's incurable
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Old 09-06-2011, 11:58 PM   #3
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Oh my!!!

Hurry and get medication from the doctor before the disease spreads!!!!
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Oh my!!!

Hurry and get medication from the doctor before the disease spreads!!!!
That'd be funny. Make a whole doctor appointment and when you get there say you have LOL. He won't have any idea what your talking about, unless there's a medical term that's abbreviated mts. I'm sure there is
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you visit the doctors office, only to find an aquarium in the waiting room !!!

GRrrrrrrrr.
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you visit the doctors office, only to find an aquarium in the waiting room !!!

GRrrrrrrrr.
LOL never thought of that one!
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you visit the doctors office, only to find an aquarium in the waiting room !!!

GRrrrrrrrr.

And it would probably be an overstocked tank which would just make me want to rescue all the fish in it!
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And it would probably be an overstocked tank which would just make me want to rescue all the fish in it!
Sooooooo true!
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I have A 55 fresh & and 55 salt, I'm Good!!!!!!! lol I find that the best cure for MTS is a trip to fish store and checking prices on those multiple fish!
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