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Old 12-20-2011, 07:46 PM   #1
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My fish and worms

Whaaaa. This was so funny. - my fish got for there first time dried worms. As I put some in the tank. They were looking at me almost saying dude what the hek is that. They following whit there eyes the worms. Not nowing what to do with it. My green terror saw these worms and start attack the worms. He starts to eat if it was his first time. Jd got jealous. And start to eat to. And so every fish start to eat like a chainreaction. Ooh man you had to see those faces. After when they were don I got a thank you by shaking there head to me left to right. I had to film that wooow
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