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Old 12-15-2011, 07:47 PM   #11
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Lol .
What do you think of my LED's im not too sure they look nice?
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It's pretty normal. In fact I'll have friends over and they will end up in the tank room just watching the fish. It's encouraged others to get in the hobby as well.
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I only have one tank. So i watch it alot.but i also go out side and watch my koi carp.(which were my dads)
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What do you think of my LED's im not too sure they look nice?
I like the blue/moon lights. Looks good
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Thank you . They only cost £3:49. For 48 of them in a strip. Im getting another set for free
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It's pretty normal. In fact I'll have friends over and they will end up in the tank room just watching the fish. It's encouraged others to get in the hobby as well.
This happens all the time to me. I had a birthday party for my son and I couldn't find my nana! Found her watching my fish lol.
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Haha lol.
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:26 PM   #18
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i once watched my bettas spawning for well over an hour.
i regularly watch my oscars playing and swimming together like an old married couple lol!
i often watch my africans, but mostly cos i love the colours and seeing what they are up to and if any are being bullied etc.

very normal, and a pleasure if you truly love your fish!

and lol about your nanna
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. Good.i love my fish./i love fish (i dont like eating fish) lol
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My tank is at the foot of my bed and i find myself often drifting towards the tank when im watching tv in bed.
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